Our local businesses are now open and welcome your support. We’ve gathered a list of local farms, garden centers and nurseries offering everything from flowers, vegetables, and ice cream, to yoga classes in a field of tulips. Why not check out the best our area has to offer and bring some of that sunshine and blue sky feeling into your home. Enjoy!
A family-run home and garden center with eight retail locations in Winchester, Tewksbury, Concord, Brighton, Falmouth, Osterville and Chelmsford, and a growing facility in Woburn. As a full-service garden center, they are dedicated to providing the highest quality and largest selection of garden plants, gardening products, and gardening services. Follow them on Facebook here.
Wicked Tulips Flower Farm - Exeter, RI
If you are not able to visit in person, you are still able to enjoy the beauty of their fields, take a yoga class, and so much more! Check out their YouTube channel here.
Visit their garden center to see the vast array of items they carry, whether you are looking for flowers, herbs, vegetables, garden ornaments, statuary or gifts - you will find it here! Follow them on Facebook here.
Their mission is to grow a variety of high-quality produce using organic practices in a beautiful and welcoming environment. They are committed to the values of our founders, which include stewardship of the land as a working farm, ensuring fair compensation for our farmers, educating and connecting our members to each other and the land, and donating a portion of our annual harvest to food relief organizations in our community. Follow them on Facebook here.
Servicing Worcester county and beyond, Busy Bee Nursery is a fully stocked and seasonally rotating garden center, priding themselves on their wide selection and vast knowledge of the gardening industry. Follow them on Facebook here.
Check for updates on when the Dahlia's are available (usually in the Fall) by following them on Facebook here.
Visit their world-class Garden Center in Hopkinton, MA and discover limitless possibilities to create your backyard paradise! They have gardening classes as well. Follow them on Facebook here.
New Hingham location, formerly Lambert’s Garden Center, Weston’s Hingham Garden Center offers a full selection of lawn and garden products, decorative gifts, and indoor plants, a full selection of high quality trees, shrubs, perennials and edible plants. Follow them on Facebook here.
From pests to lawn care to deer-proof and pollinator-friendly plants and everything in between, they have the information to help achieve your gardening goals. Follow them on Facebook here.
Opening May 1st! Farm Stand, Farmer’s Porch outdoor dining (reservation needed for Sat/Sun dining), ice cream shop, seedling and flower sales and more! Follow them on Facebook here.
An award-winning nonprofit, certified-organic farm providing productive open space, farm products, and hands-on education for all ages, year-round since 1975. Open from sunup to sundown every day of the year with no admission fee for visits and purchases. Come visit the animals, buy some food, take a class, and lend a hand. Follow them on Facebook here.
Lookout Farm strives to share the agricultural experience with their guests by combining agricultural education with outdoor entertainment. In addition to their fruit U-pick, Lookout Farm grows fresh local fruit for wholesale to many regional restaurants and markets as well as farm fresh hard cider and beer. Follow them on Facebook here.
Since 1876 Russell's remains a family owned and operated business, and continues to grow into one of the largest garden centers in New England. Inside, you'll find many shops including garden, plant, gift & toy, flower, candle, bird, water gardening and seasonal Christmas. Follow them on Facebook here.
Echobrook is a full-service nursery serving all of Worcester County and beyond, supplying a wide variety of distinctive plants and flowers. Looking to renovate your property or a seasoned landscaper? Echobrook is your one stop nursery and garden center. Follow them on Facebook here.
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