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SUN 9am – 5pm

Host a Birthday Party or an Event at Herbein’s

Have a birthday or special occasion coming up? Host your event at Herbein’s! Our beautiful and spacious gardens will provide a perfect setting accompanied with fun activities for all ages! Children will have a blast constructing crafts and getting their hands dirty as they assemble their own potted flowers.

    610.965.9585

    4301 Chestnut Street
    Emmaus, PA 18049

    KIDS WORKSHOP
    “Learn How To Make A Terrarium”
    With Kathy Halpert

    DATE: Wednesday 7/27/2016
    TIME: 5:00pm-6:00pm
    LOCATION: 4301 Chestnut Street, Emmaus Pa
    MORE: $5.00 fee

    Learn all about making a terrarium! Gardens under glass are easy to make and fascinating to look at up close. Watch this demonstration & learn how to make your own special under-glass world!

    A $5.00 fee will be taken to donate to the Master Gardeners Club. Ages 7 & up.

    Need Some Inspiration? Sign Up For An Upcoming Seminar! More To Come So Keep Watching!

    Paula Mari Tepedino , Officiant, New York State

    “We made it, Jake. And she looks outstanding by dad’s house.
    Thank you for all the care you took in managing her to get ready for the trip upstate.
    I sang to her while we drove and played classical music on the radio!
    She’ll do fine.
    My dad was so so grateful.
    He sees it now as he turns the corner to head home and he loves that.
    Between all who helped, let’s hope she’s happy and healthy for many years.
    Who knows, maybe even a robin may move in!
    Thanks again, Jake.
    Sincerely,
    Paula Tepedino
    And her 91 yr old dad, Frank.”

    Paula Mari Tepedino , Officiant, New York Stateminister@PaulaMariCeremonies.com

    Tips on Planting Trees and Shrubs

    Making Your Thumb Greener One Step at A time!

    Working in the nursery here at Herbein’s, I am often times asked the questions: “How should I plant this tree?” or “How wide should I dig the hole?” Many customers also ask: “I’ve heard I should dig the hole twice as wide/large as the root ball; is this true?” Also, many customers ask about removing the burlap and metal cage on the root ball; this too shall be addressed. To avoid getting into all the scientific mumbo-jumbo that can go into discussing the answer to all these questions (which I may leave for another day) I will give the most simple and concise answers that I can.

    Herbein’s Gallery

    What better way to see what happens at Herbein’s than to view our gallery of photos from the Garden Center! We have much more to offer than most people realize; workshops, parties, events, triple ground mulch, a great selection of shrubs & trees, annuals & perennials, AMAZING pottery and fountains! And a VERY knowledgeable staff to help make those decisions a little easier for you! Stop by or give us a call today!

    —- To Garden Is To Open Your Heart To The Sky —

    About Us

    Thomas Bull, owner at Herbein’s Garden Center for the past 10 years is a 1986 Souderton PA High School Graduate. He enlisted in the Army at the age of 17 and was enlisted through 1991 Driving a Bradley Fighting Vehicle in both the Cold War and Desert Storm.

    From 1991-1997 he honed his craft while working at County Line Nursery, and then came to work at Herbein’s in 1997. From 1997-2007 Tom fell in love with the Garden Center, and when he had the opportunity he bought it. In 2006 Thomas became the sole proprietor of Herbein’s Garden Center in Emmaus, PA.

    What others say about us

    Maxine Jenevieve

    This is by far our favorite garden store!!! Fantastic selection of beautiful flowers, vegetables & trees. Workshops & events—keeping it exciting! Customer service is one of the most important aspects of any business that I look for – very personable & knowledgeable – they have earned 5 stars in my book.

    Maxine Jenevieve
    Mike McGrath

    “Herbein’s is my local nursery; a great looking place with high quality plants and knowledgeable people.”
    – Host of Public Radio’s You Bet Your Garden & Former Editor in Chief, ORGANIC GARDENING Magazine

    Mike McGrath