Our Nursery

Want to visit us?

September & October visiting hours are 10am to 4 pm Monday-Friday and on Sat. 9 am-1pm. We are closed on Sundays.

We will be closed on Oct. 11th

Covid Protocols: We are all vaccinated, and there is no need to wear a mask if you have been also, unless it makes you feel more comfortable. Early morning visits can be scheduled by appointment, for those want to minimize exposure risks.

We now have a new online store, which features some of our favorite plants, and ship weather permitting, throughout the year.

This list will be constantly changing based on availability. We do not propagate in large numbers and some plants are in limited supply. Nursery visitors will find many more selections! If you are within driving distance, we hope you can visit us this season!

Our nursery is in a garden…

Wander the paths to discover new plants and get ideas on planting combinations. Once inspired, browse our sales yard where you will find an array of uncommon and rare trees, shrubs, perennials, and cottage garden annuals. Our greenhouse is stocked with exotic succulents and uncommon but easy to grow houseplants.

NOTE: We do not use neonicotinoids and employ organic growing methods on our property.

Our Trees and Shrubs

You’ll find the unexpected here and in our gardens, you’ll see many mature specimens. You’ll experience how trees and shrubs impart visual and temporal dimensions, frame space and provide shelter. Japanese Clethra, Seven Son Flower Tree and Big Leaf Magnolia are but a few of the unusual trees and shrubs we grow. Come sit under our 200+ year old Swamp White Oak to feel the presence and wisdom of trees.

Perennials for Shade & Sun

We have built a distinguished reputation for growing uncommon perennials that are not seen in every garden center. Whether you need plants for sunny, shady, dry or wet areas, we have selections that will thrive in your situation. For example among our excellent shade plant collection, you’ll find choice Hellebores, Solomon’s Seal, Epimedium, Ferns and much, much more. Selected forms of native plants that attract pollinators and butterflies are in good supply. We say no to neonicotinoids.

We do Succulents Well

We do succulents well….very well. These drought tolerant easy-care plants are often the focus of the many container plantings we display about the gardens. For more than 20 years we have been building our collection…we visit southern California annually to source unusual tender forms for houseplants and container gardening. Word has it that we have the best selection of both tender and hardy forms in New England.

Fine Containers

An elegant planted container is a garden in and of itself. We think of containers as striking architectural elements in the garden, where they can provide focal points and accent entryways. Visit our pottery level to find unique and handsome ceramic and terra cotta containers, plus quality stoneware, statuary, birdbaths, one-of-a-kind stone basins, and custom stone benches

Open MON-FRI 10-4 SAT 9-1PM
(508) 998.8819
710 High Hill Rd. Dartmouth MA 02747