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Winter may be gripping our senses currently but do not fret, spring is sure to be around the next corner. If you planted some of our winter interest offerings last season, then you are enjoying the fabulous colors of a red & yellow twig dogwoods (Cornus baileyi), the red berries of a blue holly bush (Ilex x. meservaeae) or the many colors of needled evergreens. Take solace in the dramatic silhouette of a weeping Japanese Maple (Acer palmatum dissectum) or the quilted bark of the Stewartia pseudocamellia. It always pays to plan ahead in the garden and any home landscape can be a winter wonderland with a little foresight.
Look Towards Spring
We are excited about a number of plants to bring beauty and health into your busy lifestyle this season. Be sure to look for the following perennials and shrubs to grace your gardens.
Lavendula x inter. 'Phenomenal' - a hardier and more reliable lavender for New England - Hydrangea m. 'Summer Bloomstruck' - gorgeous dark and stiff stems hold beautiful Mophead blossoms.
Helleborus x. 'Golden Lotus' & H. x. 'Fluffy Ruffles' - there are so many great new cultivars in the world of Hellebores that you can't go wrong jumping on the band wagon of this popular craze.
Perovskia 'Peek-a-Blue' - a dwarf Russian Sage will be the must have plant for the summer garden.
Weigelia 'Sonic Bloom Pearl' - a delightful color on a blooming powerhouse to mix into a spring garden.
Hydrangea m. 'Everlasting Revolution' – will certainly revolutionize the use of Hydrangeas as a long-blooming dwarf Mophead for the front of the border in an array of pinks and blues.
Deutzia 'Snowflake' - is a powerhouse of flowers in pure white. This is an improvement upon a classic heirloom shrub that you don't want to be without.
Succulent Bowls and Indoor Terrariums for your small space garden needs.
Our staff is looking forward to seeing old friends and meeting new gardeners in 2014. Look to the plant experts at White Flower Farm for all your gardening needs. Our goal is to simplify your outdoor living needs with easy plants and effortless style.
Street Address: 167
Litchfield Road, Morris, CT 06763
Location: On Route 63, 3.5 miles south of the center of
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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.
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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 right 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.