Memorial Day Hours

Memorial Day Hours
Both Ken’s Locations

“Honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military”

COVID Requirements Beginning Sunday April 19 @8pm

An order was signed and goes into effect Sun., April 19 at 8 p.m. and includes a number of measures we must and will follow. The most prevalent is that customers(over 2 years of age) will now be required to wear a facial covering while on the premises of all businesses that serve the public within a building. Employees will need to, as well.
We also ask that all customers please keep in practice all social distancing protocols. Please respect those shopping around you so we can all safely choose the gardening items needed.
We truly appreciate your cooperation and value you as our customer! Gardening is a proven mental and physical health booster! We can and will get through this!

COVID-19 Update

To Our Valued Customers,

Ken’s Gardens is currently closed due to Governor Wolf’s announcement, late Thursday afternoon, that all non-life essential businesses must close their doors by Thursday 8:00pm.  We are waiting clarification from the State on whether we are considered life-essential since we sell vegetable plants, herbs and fruit.  We will keep you updated.

Thank you
Ken’s Gardens

How to Prune Ornamental Grasses

How to Prune Ornamental Grasses

One of the most common questions people have about ornamental grasses is “How do I cut them back?.” But the answer to this question is not as simple as it seems. As it turns out, there are two different answers to this question. The answer depends on whether the grass you have is a warm or cool season grass. So in this article, we will explain the difference between the two and tell you how to care best for each. Of course, we will be only covering perennial grasses. Annual grasses should be removed at the season’s end after they no longer look good or the frost kills them.