​​​​​Where Gardeners Grow

951 Old Salem Road, Greensburg, PA  15601
(724) 837-0245

The Greensburg Garden Center Is a nonprofit organization which leases space in the Greensburg Garden & Civic Center building.

​​ The Greensburg Garden & Civic Center is managed by the Westmoreland Cultural Trust.


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​​Greensburg Garden Center

Come to enjoy the start of a new season 

. One stop shopping for the gardener on your list!

* The Garden Center’s vast array of perennials.

 *  Hypertufa, planted or plant-yourself. (Our own creations.)

 * Hanging baskets, planters or annuals from Greenhouse 22.

* Baked goodies from the McKenna Senior gals.

 * Hot sandwiches from Greg, the Pickled Chef, plus his canned, pickled delights.

 * Buy a broom from the Lions Club. (Your mother-in-law needs one.)

* Greenridge Garden Club has their popular heirloom vegetables and garden-dug plants.

* Visit Liz at the Coldwell Banker tent and buy some popcorn.

 * Our Hot Dog Guys & Gals will be inside to serve up hot dogs from Bardine’s. Pile on the trimmings and enjoy a REAL hot dog! * Greensburg-Hempfield Library are inside also with their used book sale.

 * Teri has fudge from her Mom’s Famous Recipe, a sweet treat not to be missed!

* Buy Angel Trumpet and Hyacinth Bean topicals or a decorative cement leaf from Pat.

* Lois Lazarchik will offer hand made aprons, quilts and other assorted gifts from Mom.

 * The Gourd Room has painted and embellished gourds – thank you Christine!

*  Bountiful Blessings has planted up terrariums and blessing gardens.

* Back again this year are essential oils from Doterra Oils at Christina’s tent.

 * Stop by to see Glenda Gebert’s colorful pinecone wreaths, suet feeders and birdhouses.

 * Totes, aprons and lots of kitchen items can be bought at Margaret’s tent.

 Leap’s Farm has organic flours and cornmeal. Bake the best for your family! 

* “Secondhand Rose” – Sarah Trenk features purses, wallets, bowls, etc.

 * DJ’s Crystal Garden is back! Treat yourself to a glass, hand-painted flower for the garden.