Fritz Farm & Nursery is an Agricultural Business and is
considered ESSENTIAL during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Open 10-5 7 Days a Week
Fritz Farm & Nursery
Serving Harford County's Plant needs for over 40 years!
Hours of Operation
Monday -Sunday 10 AM - 5 PM
About Fritz Farm & Nursery
Family Owned and Operated for Over 40 Years!
Beautiful, family-owned nursery, operated since 1979, located near Bel Air, MD, in Harford County. Fritz Farm and Nursery set on 58 acres, with greenhouses full of perennials, trees, shrubs, ground cover, evergreens, and mulch. In the fall, mums, colorful, bright trees, and other fall planting needs are also available. Wendel Fritz grew the nursery to include multiple greenhouses, which burst with various colors during different seasons of the year, and multiple acres of different size, shape, and color trees, grasses, and shrubs. For the Christmas season, the greenhouses are full of poinsettias, fresh wreaths, greens, and handmade arrangements. Fresh cut and B&B Christmas trees are available to make your holiday season complete. Fritz Farm and Nursery is a grower of quality landscaping plants, native trees, bushes, flowering trees, and gardening plants. Our plant availability is large enough to accommodate large orders and landscapers, and our service is personalized enough to care for each person. Call us for plant availability and with any questions today! Bring your family to enjoy the surroundings and animals on the farm as well.
News & Updates
We are an ESSENTIAL BUSINESS because we are agricultural. We are OPEN during the COVID-19 business closings.
Flowering trees are available
Many varieties of gallon perennials
Azaleas are in full bloom now in many different colors
"When the boys were little we started taking them to Fritz nursery. They loved the animals and were always excited to get our Christmas tree. They both are college age now and Fritz is still the place we go for all our outdoor plants, trees, shrubs. Mr. Fritz and Bob have always been kind, helpful and the quality has always been great. Glad spring is almost here and time for trips back to Fritz."