Nurseries

Native Plant Nurseries & Sales

Native plants are highly specialized. Below are the nurseries and organizations we recommend for native gardeners in the Farmington Valley. 

Local Pickup

Earth Tones

212 Grassy Hill Rd, Woodbury CT 06798
(203) 263-6626

Earth Tones is a staple for native gardeners in the Farmington Valley. Located in Woodbury, Earth Tones has been awarded one of the Best New England Nurseries by Yankee Magazine and One of the 11 Best CT Garden Centers by BestThingsCT.com. Their beautiful nursery campus is proof that native gardens can be beautiful in their own right. They offer a wide variety of natives – from full sun to shade. They also offer landscape design, consulting, installation, maintenance, and wetland mitigation. They are devoted to environmentally sound practices. 

Earth Tones does not ship plants.

Native Plant Trust (Nasami Farm)

128 North Street, Whately, MA 01373
(508) 877-7630

The Native Plant Trust’s mission is “conserving and promoting New England’s native plants to ensure healthy, biologically diverse landscapes.” In service of this mission, they offer a wide variety of plants and feature strong educational components throughout the year, including workshops and special events. 

Visit their beautiful property, “Garden in the Woods,” located at 180 Hemenway Road
FraminghamMassachusetts 01701, to see the possibilities for your own property. 

North Central Conservation District

24 Hyde Avenue Vernon, CT 06066-4503
(860) 875-3881

 Connecticut Conservation Districts is a nonprofit organization that provides environmental information to landowners and municipalities, offering information specific to localized districts. The Farmington Valley falls into the North Central Conservation District of Connecticut. The organization’s annual plant sale offers a great variety of native plugs and seeds – click here to visit their plant sale information page.

They provide detailed information on the plants they sell and offer native gardening workshops throughout the year. 

Shipped Plants