Coppola's was founded in 1926 as a real working farm, where fresh fruits and vegetables were grown and sold at local markets. In 1965 a retail store was opened as a place to sell many of the products grown on the farm. Today Coppola's has evolved into greenhouse growing and specializes in annuals, perennials, vegetable plants, and herbs. Also offered are seasonal supplies for holiday occasions such as Easter, Mother's Day, Halloween, and Christmas. Currently Coppola's is operated by third and fourth generation family members. For a complete list of items sold and there expected arrival times please visit the 'Products' page. Thank you for visiting our web page, we hope you find it helpful and informative!
Thank you to all our Customers who made 2014 a great year! We appreciate each and every one of you!!!
We are currently closed for the Winter.
Reopening Monday March 2nd, 2015 weather permitting.
Have a Happy and Safe Winter. We look foward to seeing you again in the Spring!
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