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100th Anniversary Hellebore Sale
Mix and Match Buy 1 – Get 1 for 50% off the lowest priced Hellebore!
While supplies last, but ends on Sunday, March 26th (All retail stores)
Order Bulk Now
Our Hopkinton bulkyard is now accepting online and phone orders for deliveries starting 3/27.
“Weston’s Best” compost, mulch, hardscape materials and all that you need to hop into Spring are available to order now.
Shop our online offerings
Buy an e-gift card on our online retail site.
Perennials, trees, and shrubs also available for pre-order.
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Popular Services at Weston Nurseries
Arrange a “virtual meeting” to discuss your goals and details about your project.
Our experienced landscape design professionals help you with projects that involve site work, hardscape or large planting requirements.
Design help in 3 simple steps! Get inspired, gather info, then visit us at one of our garden centers.
Weston provides gardening advice, information about New England natives and pollinators, and help with plant identification.
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Weston hosts events & workshops all year long!
We have been providing plants and advice since 1923.
We provide design services for gardens, landscapes and more.
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