...greenhouse that is!
All kinds of round, cylindrical and geometric shaped houses for your plants!
We carry a large selection from Syndicate Home & Garden including glass vases, cloches and hanging terrariums.
Our greenhouse is stocked up all year long, so come down and check out our current selection!
A big thank you to Homestead Brooklyn for featuring Crest Hardware as one of the Best Plant Shops in Williamsburg, Brooklyn!
It was a pleasure meeting and talking with Summer Rayne Oakes & Kippee, the Rhode Island Red!
Check out the Video Below!
Here's a picture from 2007, the year we officially broke ground in creating our now 5000 SF Urban Garden Center.
We spent a good amount of time clearing out the area, pulling up roots and laying out the framework for our vision. It took a few years before we were able to build the garden center to what it is today, but memories like these remind us how it all started.
The Original Scrub Daddy is now in stock at Crest! The Scrub Daddy is the most successful item that was featured on the TV show 'SharkTank'.
You might think it's just a cute sponge with a smiley-face but this sponge means business. The innovative 'flex texture' feature makes the brush brittle and hard when running under cold water, which is great for scrubbing hard to clean surfaces such as pots and pans. When you run the Scrub Daddy under hot water it becomes soft which is great for getting into the bottom of cups and into crevasses. And... The smiley-face isn't just for cute-ness points, it also makes it easier to clean utensils, just stick the end of a fork or spoon into the mouth and effortlessly get both sides clean and shiny!
Scrub a dub dub.
Thank you to Bond Street for the article and interview with Crest Hardware Owner, Joseph Franquinha.
It's a great read for interesting tidbits on the history of Crest and how the business has changed throughout the years.
Hope you enjoy!
Our Friend, NewYorkerAtHeart came by to film a little interview session with our famous animals friends Finlay The Parrot & Franklin The Pig in our backyard garden. Check out the video below courtesy of NewYorkerAtHeart.