Beneficial insects protect our plants and people in the greenhouse.

Posted February 5, 2020

Here at Lockwood's we strive to reduce pesticides by using beneficial insects in the growing process. We have healthier, less stressed plants and our staff is not exposed to chemical pesticide applications.

Gift Roses for Valentine's Day

Posted February 5, 2020

About gift roses—for Valentine’s Day or other occasions

This article was published in the Buffalo News prior to Valentine’s day a year ago. It contains information about cut roses, their care, and the meaning of giving flowers for this and other holidays.

Raw honey is now available in the store!

Posted February 5, 2020

Our Gift Shop is carrying one of nature's healthiest foods, direct from a local producer in East Aurora.

We have Houseplants!

Posted February 5, 2020

Looking to add some green to the indoors? We have a variety of houseplants for sale through the winter months. 

RestoreCorps Program

Posted November 25, 2019

Lockwood's partnered with Buffalo Niagara Waterkeepers to support the RestoreCorps Program.

Thank you for supporting Pink Day at Lockwood's!

Posted May 28, 2019

Lockwood's donated $2,350 from Saturday, June 1 sales to the Ride for Roswell. The Ride will be held on Saturday, June 22 this year.

Beautiful Hanging Baskets for Spring and Summer!

Posted May 9, 2019

See this stunning video of our greenhouses and all the beautiful flowers we grow right here in our greenhouses in Hamburg, NY!

Hydrangeas Demystified

Posted November 2, 2018

Hydrangeas: they’re beautiful yet widely misunderstood. This video starring P. Allen Smith outlines the basic facts you need to know to select the best hydrangeas for your garden, or care for the ones you already have.

Composting is for everybody, every day

Posted May 22, 2018

Gov. Andrew Cuomo proclaimed May 6 to 12 to be Compost Awareness Week.

Our yards must support eco-systems. Here’s why...

Posted March 29, 2018

Last weekend the Western New York Land Conservancy and Erie County Master Gardeners hosted the leading American spokesperson for ecological health, Douglas Tallamy. His messages are crucial for everyone.

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