It’s the best time of year! Time to start planning your 2021 garden. If you’re planning to grow anything from seed, it’s time to start them! Seed starting doesn’t have to be complicated, but there are some materials and equipment you’re going to need. Grow Lights Unfortunately we just don’t get enough sunlight here in […]
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We love the holiday season when our customers visit us to find unique gifts for the special people on their shopping lists. This year we understand that folks may not want to visit the store in person, but we’re still here to help! We’ve put together this in-depth gift guide to help you find gifts […]
As the days grow cooler, we’re preparing the store for more indoor shoppers. To that end, we’ve reopened the front of the shop! We have a small storefront, so for the safety of our customers and our staff, we’ll be limiting the number of customers to three at a time. If you’d like to come […]
In our efforts to provide the gardening plants and supplies you need, and keep our staff and community safe during Covid19, our yard is open to shoppers by appointment only. We are allowing 6 people in the yard at any given time to select plants, pots and hard goods. Before you schedule your appointment, here […]
WE’VE MISSED YOU ALL!!!!!! We hope this finds you, your family and friends, coworkers, and neighbors healthy and safe. We appreciate your patience while we reconfigured how we will be doing business in this new, strange world. Rest assured we will do everything we can to keep YOU, our staff, and the community as safe […]
It is with much thought and consideration to the current situation we are all dealing with, that the Board of Directors and the General Manager of Urban Roots have decided to take pause and reevaluate the daily operations of the Garden Center. For the safety of our Member-Owners, staff and the gardening community at large […]
Rustbelt cities along the Great Lakes were once used as examples to illustrate the despair and devastation brought on by the loss of manufacturing industry jobs. Once places of pity, cities like Cleveland and Detroit are experiencing a resurgence. Buffalo is no exception, and an independent garden center with more than a thousand owners helped […]