The Garden Center includes 11 greenhouses full of everything for your garden. In Spring and Summer you’ll find a mind blowing display of incredible homegrown hanging baskets numbering in the thousands. The greenhouses are full of all your old time garden favorites as well as the newest varieties of colorful annuals fresh on the market. The “Glasshouse” is home to houseplants from Venus fly traps to 10 foot tall palms, orchids, bonsai, succulents and more. Outside chose from 100’s of varieties of perennials to fit all your needs, restocked almost weekly. Not sure what you need? Our staff is always ready to help. Special orders are available. Check out the Nursery for hardy Trees and Shrubs.
- Houseplants and Tropical Foliage Plants
- Hanging Baskets
- Seasonal favorites like Mums and Poinsettias
- AM Leonard Tools
- Insect control and fertilizers
- Bagged Mulch and Stone
- Specialty Soils
- Bulk Mulch, Compost, Topsoil
- Garden soil mixed to order
- Concrete and Granite
- Gazing Globes
- Garden Art and Décor
- Melissa and Doug Children’s Toys
- Miniature Gardening Supplies
- Amish Furniture
2217 State Route 17C
Owego, NY 13827
Closed for the season, Thank you!!
Please feel free to call or email for gift certificates or to reach the landscape department.
Take the 360 Tour!
Want to take a tour of Tioga Gardens right from the comfort of your own home? You can! Just click "Take The Tour Now!" below to launch a 360o virtual tour of our garden center and nursery. Click anywhere in the image to get a closer look. Use the directional arrows to rotate your view.
About "The Dome"
The conservatory, known to us as “The Dome” has been a regional treasure for over 40 years. At 50 feet across and 30 feet tall, a peaceful stroll through this indoor tropical garden will take you to another world with unique specimens including:
- 30+ yr old Banyan Tree
- 30+ yr old Ficus Tree
- 25+ yr old Agave Century Plant
- Koi Pond and Waterfall
- Banana Trees
- 15’ Tall Cactus
- 40 yr old Sago Palm
- 20’ tall Yucca
Be sure to take a tour of "The Dome" on your next visit to Tioga Gardens!