Some highlights of what's new for 2016:

Jewelry from a Portland, Maine artist.
Seeds and summer bulbs just arrived. floral-dept
See what our new floral designer has created. whatsnew
A sunnier, bigger home for our expanding houseplant selection. whatsnew2
Tools for adults and children.
New pottery and statuary from Campania International.

 

hd-pollinators
Join us for a talk?

Thursday, April 28, 1:00-2:00pm

presented by horticulturist Dr. Lois Berg Stack, University of Maine Cooperative Extension's Ornamental Horticulture Specialist, and Professor of Sustainable Agriculture.

 

Why should you develop a bee-friendly landscape?

In Maine, bees are the most important pollinators of fruits and nuts. Bee-friendly landscapes are places where bees can forage, build nests, and rear their young. When they forage for nectar and pollen, they help plants produce seeds and fruits for reproduction. We benefit from this when we eat apples, blueberries, cucumbers, cranberries, pumpkins, squashes and other crops that depend on bees for pollination. Learn how to succeed with pollinator gardening by learning about which plants support pollinators, how to provide water and nest sites, and how to modify gardening practices to support Maine's pollinators.

April Nursery & Garden Shop Hours

Mon-Fri 8:00-6:00
Sat 8:00-5:00
Sun 9:00-5:00