Are You Open? When Do You Close?
We open for Spring: Wednesday, April 27 – Sunday, June 28, 2020
And Fall: Wednesday, September 2 – Sunday, October 24, 2020.
What Are Your Hours?
9:00 am – 6:00 pm Everyday
Do You sell Perennials?
Yes, we do. We have a large and extensive perennial yard with 100s of perennials in many sizes.We also have a great selection of David Austin rose bushes, in many colors. David Austin rose bushes are in very high demand so we’d like to suggest that you shop for these beauties before Memorial Day. Hybrid, landscape, shrub and climbing roses are also available.
Do You Have Apple Trees?
Yes, we do. We are offering apple, pear and peach trees, self pollinating blueberry bushes, and raspberry bushes and more less common fruit trees and bushes. Asparagus, rhubarb, and horseradish are available for sale as well.
Do You Sell Tropicals?
Yes, we have a good selection, some varieties are limited.
Do You Take Debit or Credit Cards?
Yes, American Express, Discover, Master Card, and Visa; you may also pay by cash or personal or business check. A photo ID is needed for paying by check.
Do You Sell Gift Certificates?
Gift Certificates may be purchased in person while visiting the farm, any time 9am- 6pm at any check-out station or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email please include a phone number where you may be reached, you do not want to put your credit card information in your email. Also, you may call 413-569-0814 leaving a detailed message (excluding your credit card number),Included in your message, a phone number where you can be reached during business hours. We ll want to confirm your order.You can now pay over the phone by credit card or debit card. We also accept cash if paying in person or check by USPS mail.
Are You Open On Memorial Day?
Yes, we are open on Memorial Day for our regular hours: 9:00 am – 6:00 pm.
Can I Bring My Dog?
Yes! All pets are welcome. Your dog must be on a leash , please, for control and other pets contained. If they get startled, we don’t want them to get lost.