Copia” means Abundant, and here at Copia Home and Garden
we want to help you enjoy all that Nature bestows, naturally.
We are the owners of Copia, a family owned and operated garden center serving Westchester and Fairfield counties. Copia is conveniently located 5 miles north of the Merritt Parkway in the community of South Salem on the border of New Canaan. At Copia you’ll be greeted with a smile by friendly and knowledgeable staff for all of your gardening needs.
When you visit Copia, make sure to speak with us – we are both graduates of Cornell’s horticultural program and look forward to assisting you with selecting the right plants and products for your garden.
Peter and Jenn Cipriano
Copia in Latin means abundant. At Copia, we strive to help make sure your gardens grow abundantly and celebrate whole-heartedly what nature bestows.
Copia, gardening to enjoy nature’s bounty.
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