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 36 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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Monday-Saturday 9-5pm
Sunday 10-4pm

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Rotating Your Vegetable Crops

Whether you just plant a few tomatoes, herbs and some lettuce or an elaborate garden complete with exotic selections of lesser known veggies, you’ll want to rotate your crops each year. All types of vegetable crops – brassicas, onions, legumes and root crops – require a slightly different blend of nutrients and trace elements, even […]

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How To Succeed At Seed-Starting

It’s easy to buy seedlings, but there are many reasons why you may wish to start your own plants. By starting your own seeds, you have a much greater selection of flowers, vegetables and herbs to choose from. For example, old favorites like hollyhocks and less common varieties of herbs and perennials as well as […]

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Herbs As Companion Plants

Practiced by organic gardeners for years, companion planting has become very popular for all gardeners. The concept is to plant together species that will benefit each other, to help prevent disease and insect infestation without the use of chemicals. In general, herbs and other aromatic plants like tomatoes, marigolds and onions are helpful in warding […]

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