Our 100th anniversary in review
As we enter into the second century of our 4th generation family business, we are excited to announce the upcoming opening of our new store in Lincoln, Massachusetts at the former Stonegate Gardens.
We are thankful to Bruce MacDowell and Lynne Bower-MacDowell for all the years they put their hearts and souls into building a fabulous garden center and for the opportunities that lie ahead for us.
In addition to opening up our 4th garden center, we have been hard at work outlining plans in preparation for spring to make sure we have well trained staff ready to present only the best plant material, gardening supplies, gifts, garden decor and hardscape products to you come spring.
Native plants are important to support local ecosystems and we are happy to be growing native plants under the Weston Rewilding name. Come into our garden centers and check out our great selection of home-grown shrubs and perennials, as well as those we purchase in from local growers in the area. We have a section on our website to give you ideas and inspiration if you feel like creating a native garden on your property.
New to us over the past few years are hardscape products. We have partnered with Cambridge Stone to build two new displays – one in Hopkinton and one in Chelmsford that serve to showcase the many styles of pavers and wall stone that you can use to build outdoor living spaces at your house. Please come by and talk to our staff to learn more and see if we can help you fulfill the vision of your new patio area or walkway. We can even help coordinate the installation with a local landscape company who matches up well with the type of work involved.
We have a terrific customer appreciation program that provides you with coupons for your next purchase, information on our upcoming events and promotions, and will keep track of all your purchases under your account. Be sure to sign up for it next time you are in.
Happy New Year!
Peter and Karen Mezitt
We hope you enjoy this short recap of the past year at Weston Nurseries!
Finally, here is a short video interview of Peter Mezitt on “Hopkinton Works” with Hopkinton Town Manager Norman Khumalo. We hope you enjoy!