Welcome to The Antique Garden

Located in a 1895 General Store in the square of Leitersburg Maryland, we offer unique plants, garden design and installation, water features, pesticide-free farm to table vegetables, locally canned relishes & jams, antiques, art and collectibles.

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Container Gardening Ideas

The container garden is a wonderful way to add a touch of a garden to your home without the hassle of a floral border in the yard. Instead of using the same old standbys like petunias, geraniums and begonias with a spike of grass in the middle, try some newRead More…

Spring 2014 at the Garden


Welcome to the Antique Garden Spring 2014 edition. Take a look at what’s new at our garden shop. We are open daily for the Spring 2014.

The Antique Garden Winter & Holiday Edition

We are still taking orders for custom urn decorating, gift baskets filled with our home canned goods and home baked holiday cookies. We are stocked with ornaments, swags, wreaths, Christmas trees, illuminated pine cone baskets and lots of fresh cut winter berries, holly, balsam and seasonal mixed greens. Stop by the old store and visit us at 21501 Leitersburg-Smithsburg Road, Leitersburg (5 miles from Hagerstown), Maryland

Hydrangea Love


Now just about perfected they promise to bloom all summer long or until the first frost.

Summer at The Antique Garden


Here are some sights from our store The Antique Garden in the square of Leitersburg Maryland. Located in an 1895 General Store, our selves are filled with the bounty of the season

Terrarium Gardening


Did you know that originally terrariums were invented as a way of transporting living plants from far away lands? Traveling by ship often took months or years and

Sunny Sedums or Are They Succulents?


We love them whether you say sedum or succulent.

Cast Iron Container Garden

cast iron urns

Do you love the look of antique cast iron?

Spring at The Antique Garden


With summer arriving in a few days, it seems like for the first time in many years that we’ve had a real spring.

Collecting: Douglas Ferguson & Pigeon Forge Pottery


As so often is the way, I googled the name when I got home and was pleasantly surprised that it was indeed crafted by a notable artist from North Carolina and later the Smokey Mountains of Tennessee. In fact this signed piece was created in the mid-century and had all the markings of a modern era collectible.

Autumn Hours: Wednesday -Saturday 10-4 pm and by appointment email: antiquegarden@myactv.net office: 301-302-7272