Welcome to Sugarbush Nursery! We are a small, family-owned nursery located just south of Reading, PA, specializing in native plants for residential landscapes, schools, municipalities and parks. We also offer organic vegetable and herb transplants, organic, non-GMO seeds, and a full range of organic gardening products. Our friendly and knowledgeable sales staff will help you create a living landscape. Stop by soon!


New Growth

31 Mar 2014
As your gardens, just under the surface, are teaming with new energy, so are we at Sugarbush. This year our energetic staff is a great mix of passion, knowledge, and experience. The new staff will still greet you with the same friendly and helpful approach you are accustomed to receiving. Please welcome our new faces joining Anne-Marie this year. Barb, Carlo, Dasha and Diona come from varying backgrounds of gardening experiences, along with sales and marketing knowledge. A...

Welcome, 2014!

06 Mar 2014
Yes, I understand that 2014 actually started two months ago. But gardeners know that 2014 will actually begin as soon as we can get a shovel into the ground - wherever the ground may be hiding under all of this snow! This is when all of the plans we've been making over our fireside books will finally be realized. Jotted down first on scrap paper, then slowly taking shape on graph paper (for those of us who are really organized), our garden dreams will enter the real world, an...

The Sweet Smell of Summer

30 Jul 2013
Oh, how the gardens are alive with butterflies this time of year!  Finally, in the past two weeks, we are seeing so many fluttering around the nursery searching for nectar.  And lucky for us, it’s a living lab.  We get to watch and see which plant the butterflies love the most.  Butterfly plants are the most commonly requested at the nursery.  And I hear so many people say the same thing…I get hoards of butterflies on my Butterfly Bush.  Butterfl...

Japanese Barberry and Lyme Disease

14 Jul 2013
One thing that most native plant enthusiasts know is that native plants facilitate and support insect lifecycles, which is essential for maintaining healthy wildlife populations.  But what about discouraging unwanted insect populations?  For instance, the recent findings that Japanese Barberry is a significant factor in increased deer tick populations, with a strong scientific correlation between Lyme Disease occurrence and Japanese Barberry population.   J...


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