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 ABOUT US


Hello,

     To those who might be new to us, Mary's Plant Farm is not a garden center, it is a small farm, where the plants are field grown. Our perennial plant list is extensive including many shade and native varieties. Also many varieties of flowering shrubs and understory trees, plus unusual and hard to find flowering shade trees. For over 70 years, I have been growing the ordinary and unusual in plants. Some of which were handed down from my parents garden and are not readily available. If you do not see it listed or are having difficulty finding a specific variety, let us know. It might be available but not in enough quantity to list.

     This catalog serves not only mail order customers, but as a guide to those who come to the nursery. In some instances there may be a number of different sizes in a particular plant, and due to limited catalog space not listed as such. Some prices may vary in the nursery from the catalog price, as cash and carry is often times less.

     Visitors are always welcome to browse our English style perennial borders, natural areas, rockery of Apple Tree Herb Garden. On any given day our customers are doing just that, viewing the growth habits of perennials both woody, evergreen and herbaceous, seeing what growing conditions each prefer. Groups who wish a guided tour are asked to make reservations. We enjoy meeting new gardening friends and sharing our gardening experiences.

     For years we have landscaped gardens and trouble spots. Most of our landscape business has come to us by recommendations from our previous customers. We pride ourselves in designing gardens that look as though they have grown there naturally and not contrived by man. Planting the right material for its growing situation is paramount. English garden designs are a specialty, but we are also proud of our contemporary designs. We use stone or brick walls where necessary or elevate the ground naturally to achieve the effect needed. Your landscaping should look unique to your home, not a copy of your neighbor's.

     We have a wide selection of brass garden plaques, pewter windchimes, garden statuary, tables and benches. Along with the natural color concrete, which ages out to a stone look, we have a terra cotta colored concrete for planters and urns, which will tolerate the winter weather. Many of the pieces we sell are offered in many national garden magazines. We also have a large selection of Barley clay birdbaths and patio containers.

Mary Harrison and Sherri Berger

Note that 2016 is our 40th Anniversary in the nursery business, and that Mary will celebrate her 95th birthday in July. Read more about how Mary's Plant Farm came to be on the sites home page in '40th Anniversary at MPF'

Mary's Plant Farm as featured in Country Woman magazine
Mary's Plant Farm as featured in March/April 2000 issue of Country Woman magazine









 WHEN WE DO SHIP:
We ship plants MARCH, APRIL, MAY and then again in OCTOBER.
Spring and fall blooming bulbs are shipped SEPTEMBER and OCTOBER.
 WHEN WE DO NOT SHIP:
Plants are NOT shipped DECEMBER, JANUARY.
Plants are NOT shipped JUNE, JULY and AUGUST.

 WHEN SHIPMENTS DEPEND ON WEATHER:
Plant shipments in FEBRUARY, SEPTEMBER, NOVEMBER depend upon the weather.

 WE DO NOT SHIP OUTSIDE THE U.S.




GUARANTEE: Each order we send will be filled with stock of fine quality, packed with care to reach you in good live growing condition. If you are not entirely satisfied, return it at once for refund minus postage.

We are not responsible to replace plants that have failed due to conditions beyond our control such as possible neglect, weather, growing conditions or the lack of experience on the part of the gardener.


A Word About Native Plants: We offer many native varieties because we like them, but we do not collect them from the wild. We grow them from cuttings or seeds, and are listed as Native.

Prices subject to change.




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To order, go here: How to Order, or email marysplantfarm@zoomtown.com with your questions.


Last updated 2016 January 12