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NPIN: Suppliers - Doyle Farm Nursery

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This directory has been compiled to make it easier to find businesses that sell native plants or seeds and provide professional landscape or consulting services. Use the search options below to find help for your native plant needs or click here to add your business to the directory. Associates are providers of native plant services who offer Wildflower Center members a discount on merchandise or services. To qualify, at least 50% of an Associate's projects or inventory must use native plants.

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Doyle Farm Nursery

158 Norris Rd
Delta, PA 17314
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Region: Mid-Atlantic

Phone: 717-862-3134
Fax: 717 862-3134


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Seed Company
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Year Established: 1998
Number of Employees: 1-5

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Percent of projects or inventory using native plants: 100%
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Description: Doyle Farm Nursery is Mail Order, Native Plant Nursery specializing in Mid-Atlantic herbaceous, plants. We grow grasses, ferns, woodland, and meadow plants for sunny or shady areas. Please note: Doyle Farm Nursery, is having Three Open Houses this year. DFN is located in Southern York County, Pennsylvania on the west side of the Susquehanna River, near Delta PA. Doyle Farm Nursery specializes in Mid-Atlantic, herbaceous, native plants and is a Mail Order business. We use no chemical sprays and grow all our plants outside. Not in greenhouses.Last year, DFN celebrated our 10th year in business. Jacquelin Doyle, owner and main laborer of the nursery, would like to invite all members to our yearly Open Houses. This is an opportunity to see the type of plants the nursery grows and ships for Mail Order as well as to see the ten acres of farmland that is slowly becoming a habitat for birds, butterflies and other wildlife. The farm also houses geese, peacocks, many cats and one young dog. April 24 & 25 Spring Ephermeral Sale. Trilliums, woodland phloxes, downy rattlesnake plantain, wild ginger, spring beauties, dutchman's breeches,squirrel corn, twinleaf, fire pink, foam flowers and more. Saturday Garden Talk: 10 AM Ann Bodling / 'Landscaping with Mid Atlantic Native Plants, Enhancing Biodiversity in your Backyard.' July 11 Saturday only. Also the Bring Back The Natives 4th Annual Garden Tour. DFN will be selling tickets, along with plants of summer blooming natives and summer specials. 10 AM Mary Stuart Sierra of Lower Marlboro Nursery will be teaching a workshop on collecting, storing and sowing native plant seeds. 'Sometimes They Come Up. Sometimes You Wish They Wouldn't.' September 4 & 5 Late Summer Sale. Asters, Goldenrods, for sun and shade. Black Cohosh, Gentians, and Lady's Tresses along with ferns and more. Saturday Garden Talk: 10 AM Jacquelin Doyle / 'Mother Planting. Using Mother Nature as your Guide.' A tour and talk about planting among the non-native established garden. More information, please contact Open Houses/Events. All garden talks and workshop are free. Chairs and canopies are provided. Thank you, -J Doyle

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Last Update: 2009-02-06
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