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White Flower Farm's Retail Store is now open and ready to help get your gardening season off to a fast start. Stop by for trusted advice on your garden projects and get step-by-step solutions from our experts geared to fit your busy lifestyle. Check out our selection of easy-care plants, heirloom seeds, and distinctive gifts and choose the long-lasting tools you need to make gardening a rewarding experience.
Our staff has been busy planning for the 2013 gardening season by fine-tuning our new offerings, making physical improvements to our buildings, and growing full and lush perennials for your choosing. 2013 has all the promise of a successful year of discovery as well as success for your home garden.
Our focus here at the retail store is to bring our customers the best in plant offerings and knowledgeable expert service in a friendly environment of beautiful and informative gardens. We want you to feel and experience the excitement of success with all your plant selections. Whether it’s one of the newest perennials or a dynamic palette of annuals in a decorative container, our staff members are ready to deliver on our promise of great service and quality plant material. Rest assured, your garden questions, plant needs, and desires for easy-care projects can be answered with a visit to our retail farm location in beautiful Litchfield County.
We are excited about our expanded event schedule (be sure to check it out and mark your calendar to be inspired), and a new line of locally produced food items, such as relishes, honey, jams, oils, and so much more -- yum! Long-time customers will notice that we have upgraded our center retail area to feature popular garden displays such as Entryway and Path Gardens, Patio Containers, Colorscapes, Butterfly and Pollinator Gardens, Deer Resistant Plants, and Weekend Garden Projects. Enjoy strolling through these displays that feature low-maintenance garden spaces that will make your life easier and your garden more beautiful.
So whether you are looking for the newest BrazelBerries® fruit offering, a decorative bowl of Hens-and-Chicks, an expanded line of popular Hydrangeas, or an exciting new Rose selection, be sure to visit us early and often. Our plant offerings may change, but the excitement we feel for our business and chosen career path is steadfast. We look forward to helping with all your gardening needs in 2013.
Join us for our opening day in late March or early April.
We guarantee to provide
healthy plants, true to variety and in prime condition for growing. While we cannot accept responsibility for losses caused
by extreme weather, neglect, or inappropriate climate zone (clearly indicated for
every variety), we DO guarantee that our plants will perform and thrive for at
least one year when properly cared for or your money will be cheerfully refunded.
We will act responsibly and trust you will do the same. Proof of purchase required for all refunds and adjustments.
From Hartford: Take I-84 West to Route 4
West in Farmington (Exit 39). Follow Route 4W through Farmington, Unionville,
Burlington, and Harwinton. In Harwinton, follow Route 118 into the center of
Litchfield. Take a left onto 63 South, go 3.5 miles, and you will see White
Flower Farm on your right.
From Boston: Find the best route to the Massachusetts
Turnpike. Take the Mass Pike to I-84 West. Follow 84W to Route 4 West (Exit 39)
in Farmington. Continue on Route 4W through Farmington, Unionville, Burlington,
and Harwinton. In Harwinton, follow Route 118 into the center of Litchfield. Take
a left onto Route 63 South, go 3.5 miles, and you will see White Flower Farm on
From Waterbury: Take Route 8 North to
Exit 38 (for Thomaston, Route 6 and Route 109). Go left off the exit onto
Waterbury Road and go 0.3 mile. Turn left onto Pine Hill Road and go 0.4 mile.
Bear left onto Branch Road/Route 109 west. Go 5.8 miles, then turn right on Route
63 (Litchfield Road) for 0.7 mile. You will see the White Flower Farm Store on
your left; the parking area and Visitor's Center are immediately past it on your
From New York City: Find your best Route to 684.
Follow signs to 84 East, toward Danbury, to Exit 17. Go left at the bottom of the
ramp onto Route 63 North to Watertown. Continue on 63N for about 30 minutes. You
will see White Flower Farm on your left.