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You support native plant conservation when you shop with us.

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Our shops at Garden in the Woods and Nasami Farm offer a bountiful selection of New England native plants suitable for all garden conditions as well as containers. Our plants are nursery-propagated, many by Nasami Farm, and locally grown. Whether you want to attract pollinators; enliven a shady spot; or create a tough, colorful, low-maintenance border, our knowledgeable staff can help you select the right plant for the right place.

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You can buy gift cards in any amount or other merchandise over the phone. Phone (508) 877-7630 x 3601 and we will mail gift cards for you. Recipients can use them for retail items, membership, classes, and more. 


All proceeds from the shops help support the Society's conservation initiatives

 

NEW THIS YEAR - THE GARDEN SHOP AT GARDEN IN THE WOODS IS NOW OPEN DAILY!

The Garden Shop at Garden in the Woods, Framingham, MA

Open daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., including holidays, April 16–October 15, 2016

T. 508-877-7630 x3601

 

The Garden Shop at Nasami Farm, Whately MA

Open April 30-October 18, 2016

Saturdays and Sundays only, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Weekdays by appointment

T. 413-397-9922

 
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NEW! Wildflowers of New England 

By Ted Elliman 

 

Elliman_Jkt.jpgThe Society teamed with Timber Press to publish the first comprehensive guide focused entirely on the wildflowers and small shrubs of New England. This fully illustrated, six-color guide describes more than 1,000 native and naturalized species and includes identifying characteristics, habitat, range information, and conservation status.

 

Buy from the Society and save:

  • $22.50 members
  • $25.00 non-members

 

The original cover price is $27.95. Call 508-877-7630 x3209 to order and save!

 

We also sell garden supplies, a beautiful selection of planters, and gifts for all ages. Our collection of books for sale includes classics and helpful manuals for anyone interested in conservation and horticulture. Among these are works produced by the Society itself, notably Flora Novae Angliae, the definitive guide to all 3,500 naturalized species of New England.  

 

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last modified April 20, 2016