Cierech’s Pohatcong Growers' website. Cierech’s
regular season begins in March with early vegetable transplants, pansies, soil,
and mulch. April, May, and June are a “feast for your eyes” with
thousands of hanging baskets, benches of annuals, perennials,
mixed containers, and a full selection of nursery stock. There is something
for every gardener, for the novice planter to the master gardener and landscape
Frank grows the tried and true bedding plants in flats of 48’s
and 36’s but you are welcome to pick up a pack of four/three from
wherever you like. He also tries any new item he feels will be successful in
the garden that summer. His true love is still the vegetable garden and he
treats every pack with the same care that he would for his own use.
Cierech’s offers over 30 varieties of both pepper and tomato plants to
please his clientele. July and August are sales all around, potted annuals to
fill in the empty spots in your garden, and fall vegetables. In September and
October the parking lot is filled with our field mums along with winter hardy
pansies, asters, and grasses. November and December turns the greenhouse into a
sea of red with poinsettias in full color. We also offer our customers a large
selection of hand crafted grave blankets, logs, and pots along with fresh
wreaths, roping, swags, arches, and Christmas balls.
located in a lovely rural setting, near the Delaware River in Pohatcong
Township, Warren County NJ. We sit on the outskirts of Alpha and are easily
accessible from routes 22, 78, 611, or 519. We are a family run operation with
the help from some long time employees that we now consider our
“greenhouse family”. We take pride in our product that is grown by
Frank, who tends it with constant care and concern.
Cierech grew up on his family’s truck farm in Lincoln Park, NJ.
This is where he developed his love of quality produce, straight rows,
and a well kept farm. After his loving father loss his battle with brain/sinus
cancer at a very early age of 44, the three brothers kept the labor intensive
farm going until their mother decided to sell the land.