Farrell's Lawn & Garden Center has been serving the Williams County and surrounding areas since 1978. They are a family owned and operated lawn and landscape design, installation, maintenance, and retail garden center, with over 30 years of knowledge and experience in the lawn and landscaping industry. Together with our creative designer and professional lawn and landscape team members we have succeeded in creating beautiful outdoor spaces for many homes and business' throughout the Northwest Ohio area. We are committed to providing our customers with the best in quality service, creative designs and top of the line products to fit your needs. Please, enjoy your visit to Farrell's Lawn and Garden Center 11755 County Road D, Bryan, Ohio. Farrell's has the largest selection of trees & shrubs in Williams County, as well as a fully stocked garden center for all your outdoor projects. Our courteous staff in the lawn and garden center is eager to assist you with all your outdoor needs.


Farrell's Operating Hours:

(Jan - Mar) Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm

(Apr - Nov) Mon-Fri: 9am-6pm
Sat: 9am-5pm • Sun: 12-4pm

(Nov & Dec) Mon-Fri: 9am-7pm
Sat: 9am-7pm • Sun: 12pm-6pm

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Gardening Tips

More Than Just Mulch

Not only does mulch add a decorative finish to your flower beds, creating a canvas to showcase colorful blooms, it also helps keep soil cool and moist, thus reducing the need for manual watering. The addition of a 3 inch layer of mulch atop your garden soil will also contribute greatly to weed suppression. Continue Reading →

Tree Peony … The Ancient Empress

From the ancient palace gardens of China comes an elegant empress; the tree peony. In recent years, tree peonies have become increasingly popular and more readily available. This plant is distinctly different from the herbaceous peony that we are so familiar with in our American perennial beds. Continue Reading →

Dealing With Winter Damage

It’s early spring; time to survey the damage that this exceptionally hard winter has produced. In some areas, shrubs may still be hiding under piles of frozen snow. Severed tree limbs lie scattered across the landscape. It’s difficult to know what to tackle first. Continue Reading →