Welcome to Mostardi Nursery

Serving our growing community since 1976, Mostardi Nursery is a family owned business in Newtown Square, Delaware County, with one location convenient to the Main Line and western suburbs of Philadelphia.

We are your local resource for all kinds of outdoor and indoor plants, along with the expertise in helping you to be successful with your home gardening and landscaping projects.

As an independent garden center, our mission is to provide you with plants, lawn and garden products, and friendly service that goes above and beyond your expectations.

Our Location

4033 West Chester Pike
Newtown Square, PA 19073
Tel. 610-356-8035
CLICK HERE for map

Store Hours

STORE HOURS: Monday - Saturday 9am to 5:30pm Sunday 10am to 5pm

Latest Articles

How to Prune Hybrid Tea Roses in the Delaware Valley, PA

Hybrid Tea rose spring pruning is necessary to keep them healthy and blooming abundantly year after year. Step 1: Timing – The best time to prune Hybrid Tea roses in the Delaware Valley is in early spring, typically around March when the worst of winter has passed but before new growth emerges. Step 2: Tools […]

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Decorating Your Home With Houseplants

Bring the bright atmosphere of a tropical vacation into your home this winter with houseplants. An integral part of your home d├ęcor, houseplants not only artistically improve your home, they also cleanse and freshen your indoor air quality. Plants take in carbon dioxide and release clean, pure oxygen. Some plants even absorb certain air toxins, […]

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Caring for Orchids

Orchids can be an amazing addition to your indoor landscape, but unfortunately they have a reputation for being finicky and difficult. While they do require precise care, if you know what their needs are, you can easily grow a variety of beautiful orchids and enjoy their exotic loveliness throughout the year. To care for orchids […]

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Tips for Layering Bulbs

Bulbs are some of the easiest and most dramatic flowers you can add to your landscape and containers, and you can make them even more spectacular when you create layers of bulbs for lush growth and bursts of brilliant color. But how can you go about layering bulbs for the best results? Why Bother With […]

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How To Succeed At Seed-Starting

It’s easy to buy seedlings, but there are many reasons why you may wish to start your own plants. By starting your own seeds, you have a much greater selection of flowers, vegetables, and herbs to choose from. For example, old favorites like hollyhocks and less common varieties of herbs and perennials as well as […]

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Perennial Power

Perennials may not be the best showstoppers in a garden full of annuals, but they make great foundation plantings to serve as a reliable backdrop or trusty fillers among other plants. There’s no reason you can’t select perennials that are just as beautiful as your favorite annuals, however, it’s just a matter of choosing the […]

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Vertical Gardening for Small Spaces

It’s easy to maximize even the tiniest garden space when you look up – and up, and up, and up. Whether you have a balcony, deck, small terrace, raised beds or container garden, vertical gardening is a great way to increase your cultivated ground and enjoy a more abundant harvest no matter how small your […]

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Low Light Houseplants

Plants brighten up any room, help clean the air and bring a bit of nature inside, but indoor spaces rarely have the same levels of bright, natural light many plants enjoy in their native habitats. Without adequate light, a plant’s foliage may be dull or turn yellow or brown, growth will be slow and flowers […]

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Creating a Backyard Ecosystem

A complete ecosystem can nourish and shelter plants and wildlife alike, and you don’t need extensive acreage or a large lot to create a thriving, healthy habitat. Creating a backyard ecosystem is an easy way to enjoy and support nature right at home. What is an Ecosystem? By definition, an ecosystem is a “bubble of […]

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