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Spring & Summer Hours

Monday–Friday 8:30-5:30

Sat 8:00-5:00

Sun 9:00-5:00

Father’s Day is June 18th



Patio Shop

At Scarborough Gardens Patio Shop we have a broad range of products and prices designed to meet your needs. We have the best selection of styles in patio furniture, umbrellas, outdoor heaters, fireplaces, and other patio furnishings.
Visit the Patio Shop.


Gift Shop Hidden Treasures Gift Shop

Hidden Treasures Gift Shop is a full-service gift store—that focuses on outdoor and indoor living. We have a wonderful selection of gifts that includes jewelry, kitchenware, small kitchen appliances, cards and artwork. Shipping, delivery and complimentary gift-wrapping is also available.
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Welcome to Scarborough Gardens

At Scarborough Gardens you’ll find three complete stores, all in one place! If you are looking for the right plant for your garden or the perfect gift for your friend you’ll find it here.

Garden Guide for June 2017

Summertime and the Livin’ is Easy!

With summer just around the corner, it’s time to water wisely, check your plants for pests and clean your water features. Our handy Garden Guide has all the tips you need to prep your garden for summer health and beauty. When you’re finished tending to the garden, sit back and relax with a cold one in some new Ipe Patio Furniture. We have so many styles to choose from, and you know you’ll be doing some good for the environment. Read more about Ipe below. And finally, if you’ve always wanted to plant a Japanese Maple tree but were afraid you just didn’t a shady location—don’t despair! We’ve tested out several species in our nursery that do well in the sun. Check out our list below—you’ll be pleasantly surprised. To all you graduates and dads—congratulations. You’ve achieved greatness, and we applaud you!


Relax in Style while Protecting the Forest

Ipe Wood Furniture by Jensen Leisure

Get ready to entertain family and friends with some of the most elegant and comfortable patio furniture available.

“Ipe is a strikingly beautiful, chocolate colored wood that weathers with beauty and elegance. It is incredibly strong, dense, and durable. The styles range from traditional to modern designs which have stood the test of time. This product is crafted from 100% FSC certified wood indicating the company is working to maintain the long-term well-being of the forest and the people that depend on it.”

Choose from selections in stock and ready to take home, or order your favorite combination.

We are your one-stop shop for all your outdoor living needs, including:

  • Telescope Casual Furniture

  • Ace Hardware Furniture

  • Outdoor Cushions (NEW 2017 Styles and Patterns)

  • Umbrellas and Stands

  • Outdoor Party Lights (Including NEW Solar Designs)

  • Thermometers

  • Fire Pits

  • Furniture Covers

Check out our Large Showroom of Patio Furniture filled with fabulous options for every style and budget.

Delivery is available. Ask for details!


The Most Sun Tolerant Japanese Maples

Japanese Maple

We think all Japanese Maples perform best in some afternoon shade or as an understory tree, especially when young. However, there are a few that seem to tolerate the full sun better than most, particularly when a three to four-inch layer of mulch is used under the tree but not touching the trunk. You may still experience some scorching and leaf tip burn, depending on the year and the heat and wind exposure.

This list includes some of our favorite Japanese Maples that we tested here in the nursery that resulted in very little sun damage by the end of the summer.

Bloodgood 20ft, Tree, Deep red foliage with prominent seeds. Fall: Crimson.

Crimson Queen 9ft, Mound, Spring: Purple-red, Summer: Red, Fall: Scarlet.

Emperor One 15ft, Tree, Spring and Summer: Purple-red foliage with blackish bark.

Fireglow 12ft, Tree, Spring: Bright fiery red, Summer: Red, One of the best red leaf variegated. Slow grower. Good in pots.

Green Seedling 20ft, Tree, Green foliage. Fall: Orange, red and yellow.

Orangeola 13ft, Mound, Spring: Red, Summer: Orange, Fall: Orange. Fast Grower.

Osakazuki 18ft, Tree, Large green leaves. Fall: Burning intense red. Vigorous.

Sango Kaku 21ft, Tree, Spring: Green, Fall: Gold w/apricot and light red. Feature in Winter: Coral-red bark.

Seiryu 18ft, Tree, Spring: Green lace leaf, Fall: Gold and burgundy. Feature: Very sun and heat tolerant. Fast grower.

Sherwood Flame 16ft, Tree, Spring and Summer: Burgundy, Fall: Crimson-red. Holds color well through summer.

Tamukeyama 8ft, Mound, Spring: Crimson-red, Fall: Scarlet.  Drought tolerant.

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June Garden Guide

Check water systems to ensure they are working properly and that you are not wasting precious water. Install Drip Irrigation Systems to water your garden more efficiently.


Invest in Hose Nozzles with a shut-off feature to prevent excess loss of water when watering pots and garden areas by hand.


Monitor your plants for pests. Bring the pest to the nursery in a plastic bag so we can try to identify the problem and direct you to the right product to remedy the situation. We stock complete lines of organic and conventional pest controls. Three products that are helpful to organic gardeners: Captain Jack’s Dead Bug Brew (with Spinosad) for insect control, Concern’s Copper Soap Fungicide or Serenade for disease control, and Sluggo for snail and slug control.


Clean ponds and fountains. We have products that can help reduce algae and clarify the water. We also have a nice selection of pond plants to add beauty to your water feature.


Deadhead flowers and lightly fertilize. We use ¼ - ½ strength Maxsea All Purpose on all our flowers, hanging baskets, and veggies on a weekly basis.  This ensures constant nutrients for healthy growth and an abundance of flowers.


Mulch areas with Western Bark Chips to help give your garden a finished and professional appearance. Mulching also helps save water, reduce weeds and retain nutrients. For best results, we recommend a two-inch layer on the soil surface. Each 2-cu. ft. bag will cover 12 square feet.


Replace old, woody perennials and annuals. We carry money-saving sizes in Jumbo six packs and in four-inch pots that will grow and fill in quickly to help you stretch your budget. We can help you find some new combinations that will freshen up your look.


Stake and feed your tomatoes and other container raised vegetables with natural Gardner & Bloome Tomato & Vegetable Fertilizer.  We also have an assortment of Tomato Cages in fun colors and various sizes.


Harvest your early producing fruit crops such as cherries, apricots, berries, etc. If you’ve been thinking about having your own backyard orchard, choose from our selection of plants that produce Edible Fruits including Citrus, Apricots, Apples, Blueberries, Cherries, Grapes, Pineapple Guavas, Nectarines, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Pluots, Persimmons, Pomegranates, and assorted Berries.

Water Wisely

Even though we experienced a very wet winter, we want to encourage plant lovers to garden wisely by following a few important water conserving tips. These suggestions will help you be successful in your yard every year, wet or dry! For more info, go to

  1. 1. Spread 1-3 inches of mulch around all plants, especially newly planted ones. For each inch of mulch you use, you reduce water usage up to 10%.

    2. Check your soil for moisture BEFORE watering to see if it is really necessary. Established gardens can often go for weeks without needing water depending on your soil type and the weather.

    3. When you do water, apply it slowly and for an extended period of time. This will help reduce runoff and encourage deep roots.

    4. Do not over fertilize with high nitrogen fertilizers. Nitrogen increases soft new growth which then requires more water to support the plant.

    5. Reduce the size of plants by pruning excess growth.

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