Welcome to Kulak's Nursery
and Landscaping

Kulak's is where you want to be if one of your interests is living in and loving your yard and garden. Our passion is anything for the garden and landscape. With over 38 years of experience, our small family landscaping business has blossomed into one of the finest garden centers and home decor and gift shops in our area. From trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals and herbs for your garden to that perfect holiday gift, you will be inspired by our quality products and commitment to customer service. The owners and staff at Kulak's Nursery & Landscaping are committed to excellence in serving you, taking pride in our premier workmanship and industry expertise. Kulak's Nursery and Landscaping is located in the capital region of NY, and has everything you need to make your home and garden beautiful. Let us inspire you. Stop by and see for yourself.

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Seed Starting

Starting seeds indoors is a rewarding gardening experience and can help extend your growing season to include more plant varieties than your outdoor season may permit. Furthermore, a larger selection of seed varieties doesn’t limit your opportunities to growing only those transplants that are available at planting time. The key to success in growing seedlings […]

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Azaleas – An American Favorite

Azaleas are true garden favorite and are popular in all types of landscape designs. To keep them blooming prolifically and as beautiful as they can be, however, you will need to follow a few special directions for their best care. Planting Azaleas Azaleas need a well-drained location, as they will not thrive in an area […]

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Damping Off Disease

Arguably the most common, and certainly the most frustrating, seedling disease has to be damping off. Damping off is a common term used for several fungal diseases that cause sudden seedling death. Seedlings get very thin where the stem meets the soil. Young seedlings will then fall over, shrivel up and die. The loss of […]

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