The Garden Is Open
Garden in the Woods is open daily, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. (last admission at 4 p.m.), through mid-October, no advance reservation required. Please see Visit/Garden in the Woods for more information. The Garden Shop is open during Garden visiting hours.
Photo: Curtis Woodland Garden path, Garden in the Woods, Uli Lorimer © Native Plant Trust
Shop for Plants in Western Mass.
Nasami Farm's Garden Shop in Whately, MA, is open. Hours: Saturdays and Sundays, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. The same plants are available as at the shop in Garden in the Woods. Come shop in the gorgeous Connecticut River valley and hit some farm stands along the way.
Photo: Indian grass (Sorghastrum nutans), Cayte McDonough © Native Plant Trust
Check Out Uli Lorimer's New Book
We're proud to introduce The Northeast Native Plant Primer: 235 Plants for an Earth-Friendly Garden, with text and images by Director of Horticulture Uli Lorimer, published by Native Plant Trust and Timber Press. Books are available now. Order your copies here. Listen to Margaret Roach and Uli discuss the section on eastern native annuals on Margaret's podcast. Read the Boston Globe's feature story about the book here.
Classes for All Things Botanical
This is the time to brush up your knowledge of native plants in field and garden. Our Spring/Summer 2022 Public Programs lineup is brimming with fantastic classes live throughout the region and online. Browse courses on our website or download a catalog. Make sure your membership is up to date so you can apply your member discount.
Photo: Blue flag iris (iris versicolor), Uli Lorimer © Native Plant Trust
Download Our 2022 Plant List
Browse our plant list and prices before you shop. Just download our 2022 plant list in one of two formats and bring it with you to Garden in the Woods or Nasami Farm. Because our preorders are now backed up, you will get your plants faster if you simply come shop rather than submit orders by email or wait for quotes. If you're a Native Plant Trust member, your membership discount applies. (Join now and receive an immediate discount.)
Photo: Downy serviceberry (Amelanchier arborea), Uli Lorimer © Native Plant Trust
Native Plant Trust to Work with IDEA Center for Public Gardens
We are proud to announce that Native Plant Trust is among the first 21 organizations chosen to participate in a year-long program with the IDEA Center for Public Gardens to understand and incorporate best practices in inclusion, diversity, equity, and accessibility into their public gardens and institutional structures. The IDEA Center is an initiative of the American Public Gardens Association with support from Denver Botanic Gardens and the Institute for Museum and Library Services.
Photo: Fringed bleeding hearts (Dicentra eximia), © Uli Lorimer