Garden Time Garden Center offers you everything you need to create and maintain a beautiful yard and garden from the highest quality plants and products to top notch customer service and expertise! Whether you are looking for something unique and unusual or a classic favorite, let us help you find what you are looking for.
Family Owned for over 45 Years! Celebrating 40 Years at Our Quaker Rd. Location!
History of Garden Time:
For over 45 years Garden Time and the Troelstra family (Harry and sons Frank, Fred and Jim) have been providing beautiful plants, trees & shrubs, garden supplies, sheds, gazebos, furniture & more! Garden Time prides itself on offering the largest selection of the highest quality product with excellent customer service.
Garden Time’s story began in 1956 when Harry Troelstra and his wife emigrated from Holland. They began their life in America farming until 1967 when Harry purchased Oudekerk’s Garden Center on Dix Avenue in Glens Falls, NY. Within a few years, the business had grown considerably and by 1975 Harry moved the business to its current location on Quaker Road.
In 1982 Harry and his family opened The Silo at Exit 19 off I-87 and for over 30 years has been serving fine food and gifts in the foothills of the Adirondacks.
While the Queensbury location continued to grow, the family ventured north and in 1997 the business expanded further into Rutland, VT where the family purchased the historic Baird Farm and the accompanying 16-acres of land. The Rutland location continues to grow and has been named Rutland areas Best of the Best Local Garden Center 2009-2010, 2012-2015.
More recently, the business has expanded again adding shed locations in Clifton Park in 2011 and Wilton, NY in 2012.
Latest Posts from Our Garden Center News & Upates
One of the joys of working at Garden Time is bearing witness to the amazing process of watching the greenhouses transform from empty cold spaces to full verdant collections of plant life. And when I say full, I mean no spare inch goes unused! Seedlings and eensy beansy plant starts seem to burst to life…
And here I thought spring might be early…