Garden Center

Looking for an unusual shrub or perennial?  Need mulch, topsoil or stone? Our unique Garden Center is conveniently located in North Buffalo and, for more than 50 years, has served as a magnet for garden enthusiasts from all over Western New York.

Our hours in the garden center for the month of December will be:
Monday through Friday, 8am to 6pm; Sunday 9am to 5pm.

From trees, shrubs, annuals, perennials and bulbs to a full line of products from pesticides and Round Up to grass seed and pottery, our Garden Center has it all! Plus, we sell and deliver both bagged and bulk mulch, high-quality shredded topsoil and pea stones, round decorative earth-colored stones and #1 crushed stones.

In addition to providing the highest quality products, we also have an expert, caring staff – including certified nursery and landscape professionals – ready to answer any questions you may have about garden design, plant selection, disease identification and more. We would also be happy to assist you in selecting and potting any container to create a beautiful arrangement personalized to fit your needs.

Our Garden Center is an excellent resource for gardeners of any level, from novice to accomplished “green thumbs” alike. Whether you are looking to create a new garden or expand and maintain an existing one, come visit our garden oasis in the city.

Jake Voelker
Certified Nursery and Landscape Professional

Jake Voelker, CNLP, has been hired as Garden Center Manager. Jake, who received an A.A.S. degree in Landscape Development from SUNY Cobleskill, will be in charge of the company’s Garden Center, located at 2918 Main Street in Buffalo. In addition to ordering stock for the center and maintaining the display space, Jake will work with staff and consumers to find the right plants for every garden situation. 

Laurie G. Robinson
Certified Nursery and Landscape Professional

Laurie is a certified nursery and landscape professional who has worked for Elbers since 2002, where she specializes in helping our customers plan and implement gardens, landscapes and more.  Laurie attended the Boston Museum of Fine Arts and received a Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the San Francisco Art Institute. She is a resident of the city of Buffalo.