Open 9AM-4PM, Fri and Sat

Heartwood Nursery Inc, 8957 Hickory Road, Felton, Pennsylvania 17322
We are located south of Felton, PA in scenic south-central York County, near the town of Stewartstown and right around the corner from Pleasant Valley Golf Course and directly across from the East Hopewell Township building on Hickory Rd.

Education

There is no other place to learn about native plants trees and shrubs

We welcome garden clubs, school and environmental groups.

Events and Tours

We offer simple, educational events throughout the year. The Serviceberry and Native Fruit Festival in June, Beekeeping 101, Holiday Wreath workshops, and the Holly Festival in December.

Presentations

Susan Hunter is a life-long horticulturist and environmentalist who brings her formal training in plant science into practice through her wholesale and retail business, Heartwood Nursery.

Workshops

Holiday wreath-making workshops. Learn how to blend color and texture using natural and unusual greens supplied from material propagated and grown right here on the premises.

Things to do Nearby

Located Near Heartwood Nursery

We hope you enjoy your time in the York County Pennsylvania.

Wallace Cross Mill Historic Site, York County Park (1 mi from Heartwood Nursery)

Wallace-Cross Mill is a historic grist mill built in 1826, and is a 2 1/2-story, frame building in Felton, PA. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1977.

Pleasant Valley Golf Club (1.5 miles from Heartwood Nursery)

This family owned and operated 18-hole golf course is 6,500 yards long. There are six sets of tees to accommodate golfers of all skill levels.

Hershaull Park (3 miles from Heartwood Nursery)

Hershaull Park, a facility locally owned by three area churches offers beautiful views of the area's country setting in a wooded area. It is an ideal location for reunions, parties, picnics, and more.

Village at Muddy Creek Forks (5 miles from Heartwood Nursery)

Muddy Creek Forks Historic District is a national historic district located at the Village of Muddy Creek Forks in East Hopewell, Fawn, and Lower Chanceford Townships in York County, Pennsylvania.

“What a gorgeous and inspiring place…and what a beautiful drive to get there.”