Brock Farms - Freehold

Call Now: 732-462-2700 4189 US 9 North Freehold, NJ 07728

Brock Farms - Colts Neck

Call Now: 732-462-0900 375 Route 34 Colts Neck, NJ 07722

Recent Blog Posts

Squeeze in More Summer Veggies

It's Not Too Late to Plant! While spring is known as the perfect time to start your veggies, it’s not too late to plant some of your favorite edibles today. Certain varieties can even grow quicker when planted in July. The weather is warm and the soil is ready to go. Try planting these midsummer edibles today. Read More Squeeze in More Summer Veggies

July Garden Tips

It may seem like midsummer is a slow gardening season, but there are plenty of tasks gardeners can attend to in July to ensure a productive, healthy harvest and beautiful flowerbeds even during the hottest summer days.

Helpful Espoma Tips

Learn & Grow with these helpful tips and advice from our friends at Espoma Organic!   Celebrate Pollinator Week: Pollinators are truly loving all of the gorgeous flowers that are blooming across the country right now. While the work of birds, bees and other beneficial insects goes unnoticed for much of the year, give pollinators a warm welcome to your garden this week. Click Here to continue reading   Wellness Grows in the Garden: Here are four ways spending time outside can soothe your mind, body and soul. Read More Helpful Espoma Tips

Helpful Espoma Tips

Start summer off on the right foot with these five June gardening tasks! Begin the month by checking off the tasks on your June to-do list. From watering to pruning and even transplanting, find out what you need to do. Get started with these five simple tasks to set you and your garden up for success. Click Here to continue reading   Five Veggies that love the shade Pick complementary foliage or contrasting flowers for hydrangea neighbors. Read More Helpful Espoma Tips

What Is Bugging Your Garden?

Many gardeners have a love-hate relationship with the bugs in their garden. There are insects that are undeniably beneficial and great residents, as they enhance pollination, improve soil quality and defend plants against more aggressive, harmful bugs and other wildlife.