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Re: Where to buy plants in 2022 for spring / summer garden planting?
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5/11/2022: A big box store but the Home Depot on rt 440 is packed with plants, trees, shrubs, flowers, and vegetables.

PS- yeah the rt 440 Farms guy finally sold his property to a developer. I think they were hounding him for years to sell.

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Great place on 36 North in Hazlet.

Stupendous selection of all plants--Dutch and Olga's. Worth the trip--you won't be disappointed.

36N in Hazlet.

Vegetable plants $1.49, Flats $16.00

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Don't know if you're looking for a flat or just individual plants, but there's a great shop at a corner of Jersey Avenue a block NORTH of the Holland Tunnel exit traffic. Bought some nice plants there last week-
(Can't remember the name of the place!)

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My go to shop on JFK Blvd. is long gone and it looks like the place on Rt. 440 closed shop. Where do you buy plants these days. The big box stores are a bit pricey when it comes to something like a tomato plant.

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