Who Are We?

In 1942, James and Anna Paolini opened the first Waterloo Gardens in Devon, PA. Situated on two acres in the upscale Main Line area just outside of Philadelphia, the Paolini’s grew the business over the next 30 years. In 1959, property in Exton, PA was purchased in order to grow nursery stock for the Devon store; it included a 44-acre cornfield and an adjoining six acres along Route 30. As the Exton area gentrified and became a more developed suburb, a garden center opened on the property in 1970. In 1972, the Paolinis retired and sold the business to their daughter, Linda LeBoutillier and her husband, Bo.

Waterloo Gardens Today
Waterloo Gardens is still owned and operated by the LeBoutillier family. It has consolidated its operations to the large property located in Exton, PA. Over the past 70 years, Waterloo Gardens became one of the the largest, most diverse garden centers in the Tri-State area and one of the top centers in the country. Our Exton location has become a Chester County gardening tradition, attracting garden lovers throughout the surrounding Philadelphia counties.

A Shopping Experience
Waterloo boasts the area’s largest selection of annuals, perennials, trees, shrubs, outdoor furniture, and much more. But that’s just the start. You’ll also find garden supplies, garden accents, gifts, home decor, and collectibles. In addition, Waterloo is home to the landscaping design and build service, Waterloo Landscaping, Inc. by Design.

Stop by and explore our store in Exton, PA. We look forward to helping you find everything you need for a beautiful garden and a gorgeous home. Guided tours of our stores are always available from one of our expert employees. A visit to Waterloo Gardens is more than just a shopping trip… it’s an experience.



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