Thinking about Christmas gifts? Check out Urban Roots gift guide!
Everything Garden & Home
All trees, shrubs, edibles and perennials are now 50% off for Member-Owners 40% off for the general public Spring flowering bulbs are on sale too! 20% off forMember-Owners 10% off for the general public Dig > Drop > Done!
Submit a photo of your garden on our Facebook page and enter to win a $25.00 Urban Roots gift certificate! Ornamental, Vegetable, Vertical or Container, all types of gardens are welcomed! The winner will be notified on Oct. 11th. Judges are horticulture educator David Clark, and garden tourism advocate and art director Jim Charlier
Urban Roots is proud to be a distribution sight for the Public Art Initiative in partnership with the Albright-Knox Art Gallery project involving the community dispersal of free native wildflower seeds to residents throughout Erie County. This installation by artist Jenny Kendler has re purposed and designed old Buffalo News news stand boxes to hold the free seed packets…. Read more »
All fruit trees and bushes 25 % off for Member-Owners 15% off for the General Public All ceramic pots 20% off for Member-Owners 10% off for the General Public
Urban Roots will be open from 9 am – 2 pm on July fourth!
We still have a wide selection of heirloom seedlings, and vegetable packs to take home and plant in your garden. Tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, kale, pumpkins and more are all available. This week night time temperatures are balmy compared to the chill of last week. Hopefully, the stormy weather in the next few… Read more »
We will be open on Memorial Day from 9 am to 5 pm. Happy planting!
Heirloom and vegetable packs are in the Urban Roots yard. This year we have over 15 varieties of heirloom tomatoes, a cucumber that will grow to three feet long and a French eggplant first introduced in the 1850’s. 2015 Heirloom Vegetable Plant list
2015 Heirloom Vegetable Plant list Ready to plan your summer vegetable garden? Follow the link below to see which heirloom vegetables seedlings Urban Roots will have this year. Plants will be available as soon as the weather is warm enough for plants to survive outside.