Privacy Policy of East Coast Garden Center

East Coast Garden Center does not share any personal information of our customers with outside parties. East Coast Garden Center is a division of Cordrey Companies.

Newsletter
Email addresses for our newsletter are kept private.  Customers are emailed once per month for our company newsletter and for flash sales or events that pertain to our company. 

Customer Request Book
Names and phone numbers in our Customer Request Book are strictly for garden center use.  Our vendors will never call a customer directly claiming to be from East Coast Garden Center.

Deliveries & Installations
Names, phone numbers & addresses are used strictly for in-house use for scheduling deliveries and installations ordered through East Coast Garden Center.  Customers will be notified if an employee of our landscaping division, RSC Landscaping, will contact them to schedule a delivery or installation.

Online Store
Payment information in our online shop is never saved or shared.  Payment information is processed privately and not accessible for repeat charges by East Coast Garden Center staff.

Event Registration
Customer information from event registration is never distributed to outside parties. This information may be saved to later notify customers of similar events, unless they opt-out of future notifications.

 

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Thank you for your purchase from East Coast Garden Center!  We appreciate your business.

 

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A destination, not only a nursery!

Meet the team that makes East Coast Garden Center a wonderful destination!

Manager: Katie Short

Manager: Christine Justice

Manager: Donna Price

Head Cashier: Cheryl Gonnelli

Head of Garden Center Maintenance: Bryan Johnson

Head of Hardgoods: Terri Bouvier

 

Sales:               Al Manni
                               Maria Erb
                        Tom Guertin
                        Stacie Dunn
                        Robin McClane
                        Rachel Cooney

 

 Maintenance: Joe Mistalski
                       Matt Hollingsworth
                       Gregoria Ramirez
                       Tina McIntosh

 

East Coast Garden Center has a long history of participating in our community. For us, it means more than offering our customers an amazing experience. It also means benefiting our community through fundraisers as well as donations to non-profit groups and organizations. 

Special consideration is given to garden related organizations and similar groups.  If you are a part of these groups/organizations and are seeking a donation, please mail your request on letterhead to:

East Coast Garden Center
Donation Request
30366 Cordrey Road, Millsboro, DE 19966

It is requested that you include a copy of your Federal Tax ID. Because of the large number of requests we receive, please allow up to six weeks for a response. Donations are limited to East Coast Garden Center gift cards and/or merchandise, at our discretion. 

Most recently, we are proud to support organizations such as:

Fund For Women

Sposato - Wings of Hope

Go Red

Nanticoke Pow Wow

Delaware Technical & Community College

The Delaware Center for the Inland Bays

Kinfolk

The Delaware Center for Horticulutre

Worcester County Garden Club

Milton Garden Club

Delaware State Police

 

Do you have an insect or disease attacking your plant? The University of Delaware has a great diagnostic clinic where you can mail your sample to them to diagnose it.

Click here for the Delaware Plant Diagnostic Form Nov2014 (click blue type to download) that should accompany any sample, with information filled in as completely as possible. A copy of the sample submission form may be downloaded and printed from this site. Many homeowner samples may not need to be sent to the Clinic, but may be diagnosed by Master Gardeners or County Agents in the county Extension offices.

New! Here are some helpful hints and suggestions to help all of us to accurately and quickly diagnose plant disease and insect samples that come in.

  1. If a sample consists of just one or two leaves of an unknown plant or a dead brown branch, we probably will not be able to tell much.  Please request a new sample from the client.
  2. Samples should be placed in a ziplock plastic bag.  Samples in open plastic bags from grocery stores or paper are usually too dry by the time they get to Newark.
  3. Wet, soft fruits or vegetables should be placed in dry paper towels and then double bagged in case they break down and leak.
  4. Turfgrass samples should contain a margin between healthy and diseased, and should be a section of turf with a bit of soil underneath (4 x 4 inches is good). Plastic containers such as butter tubs or for left-overs work well as containers.
  5. Anything sprayed with a pesticide should not be sampled and sent for at least 24 hours.
  6. Insect identifications can be made from plants, household, or foundation habitats.  Anything from a human body is not appropriate to send to Newark, and should be sent to the Department of Health.
  7. Information filled in on the forms can be very helpful. Remember, this work is like doing a jigsaw puzzle.  The more pieces we have, the easier it is to complete!

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