Rice Greenhouses

Rice Greenhouses is a 35,000 square feet greenhouse operation owned and
operated by two brothers, Daryl Rice and Phil Rice. We grow bedding plants,
other Spring flowers, and Christmas Poinsettias for local sales, selling our crops to
garden centers, flower shops, churches, schools, and direct to the public as well.
We do not ship any plants outside our local area.

Lupines in Daryl's Garden
See Perennial Photos
Begonia flats in early May
Poinsettias in early December
See Poinsettia Photos
Phone/Fax: 215-766-2212

Email Daryl: dwrice1@verizon.net
Email Phil: ricesfive@gmail.com
Rice Greenhouses
Address: 885 Deep Run Road
Perkasie, PA 18944

Find us!
Spring Hours:
Monday through Friday: 8:00am to 6:00pm
Saturdays: 8:00am to 5:00pm
Closed Sundays


Rice Greenhouses Directory
Annuals in 3" pots Annuals in 4.5" pots Annuals in flats Herbs in 4.5" pots
Geraniums in 5" pots 10" Hanging Baskets Vegetable Plants in flats Vegetable Plants in 3" Pots
12" Combination Baskets 12" Patio Planters Perennials in #6 pots Poinsettias for Christmas
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New this year! Succulents can be found here!

Also new this year: Impatiens Imara - regular Impatiens that are said to be resistant to the
Downy Mildew disease that has destroyed Impatiens in the garden the last 3 years or so!
Find them here!

Open our Spring Price List here (pdf).


What's happening now at Rice Greenhouses?

Spring flowers are mostly ready and are selling now. We still recommend waiting to actually plant them though, as May 10-15 is considered the frost free date for our area.

Times to keep in mind:

The best selection of Perennials is usually in April.

The best selection of Hanging Baskets is usually mid to late April.

The best selection of Geraniums and New Guinea Impatiens is late April.

The best selection of Bedding Plants in flats is late April through the second week of May, although we usually have some selection until late May.

Remember that the Frost-Free Date for our area is @May 10-15, although on rare occasions it can occur later. Don't rush to plant too much before then as the ground will be too cold for optimum growth anyway.

Place your Christmas Poinsettia orders in September or October for best selection of sizes and colors.