Pahl’s Moss Basket Days is just around the corner! We have been offering plant your own moss baskets to our customers since 1998. If you haven’t planted with us before, you are missing a fun filled day. With a little guidance and a few helpful hints from our knowledgeable staff, you can design and plant a garden masterpiece. We will nurture your basket or pot until you come back the beginning of May to pick it up. Enjoy delicious refreshments and hospitality while you plant in the warmth of our greenhouse. Cost starts at $79.99 with planting options of a 16” patio pot, 16” hanging basket, 20” hanging basket, or a three tier planter. The only thing that you need to bring is your imagination, we supply the rest. What better way to anticipate the arrival of spring.
Reserve your “Time to Get Dirty” between 9am and 4pm
Saturday, March 11th
Tuesday, March 14th
Saturday, March 18th
Simply visit our website to register on line
Spring Clearance Table –For a limited time we are offering 75% OFF of select items. Stop in today and shop for great bargains as we make room for new products arriving.
Coupon Offer for March is 30% OFF garden gloves. You must have the coupon to get these great savings.
We have clean, dry firewood available at $16 a box and $5.99 for a bundle. If you are in need of fresh, dry straw we carry that as well for $8 a bale. Our hours for the month of March are 9AM-5PM Monday thru Friday.
Just A Note
Our spring hours will begin on April 1st. We will be open on Monday thru Saturday from 9AM-8PM and Sunday from 9AM-6PM. Our closing time may fluctuate depending on the weather. Give us a call at 952-431-4345 if you have any questions.
- Visit our booth at the Apple Valley Home & Garden Expo on Saturday, April 8th
- Closed on Easter Sunday, April 16th
- Spring Open House will be on Saturday April 22nd.
Pahl’s Market has handicap accessibility in all of our greenhouses
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There is “Something For Every Season” at Pahl’s Market