The White Flower Farm Retail Store will be closed for the season after November 16th. We would like to thank all our loyal customers and those gardeners or homeowners who discovered us for the first time during the 2014 gardening season. Spring started off cold and wet - nothing like shopping for perennials in a winter coat and mittens - but the balance of the year offered wonderful planting weather with adequate water and temperatures that enabled the plants to flourish all the way through the amazing blaze of autumn.
Here at the Farm, we were thrilled to offer the best David Austin Rose selections, a new line of nursery-grown woodland gems, great values on the newest breeds of Hellebores, Hostas from A to Z (or at least from 'Blue Mammoth' to 'Venus'), distinctive plants for decorating indoors or entertaining outdoors, and hard-to-find plant selections. In addition we offered unique hand-forged garden ornaments and boulder-carved birdbaths to enhance your home landscape. Lawn & Garden Retailer magazine recognized us as a finalist for our merchandising efforts - (how did you enjoy our purple door and entryway display?). Our hope is that you found garden treasures aplenty here at our retail location.
Just as important as the products we offer is our mission to give you the best possible experience each time you visit the farm. This includes first-rate service, answers to all your gardening questions, a calendar of educational lectures and events, a world-class display of Blackmore & Langdon Begonias, and 5 acres of display gardens for inspiration and your strolling pleasure. Our ultimate goal is to assist you in being as successful as you can be in planning, planting, and enjoying the gardens you create in your own home landscape.
It has been our pleasure to serve your gardening needs this past season, and we look forward to the bounty of exciting possibilities that await us all in the spring of 2015. See you in April!
Looking Foward to Spring 2015
Even as we bring this gardening season to a close, we are busy preparing for an exciting spring season. We are putting the finishing touches on our lecture series, which will include an author's book signing and talk, a container workshop, and your chance to explore the fun and fanciful world of Fairy Gardens. The perennials may be securely tucked away under protective blankets or warmed in minimally heated greenhouses, but our staff is busy searching for the best in new plant selections from across the state, the country and the world of horticulture. Look for an expanded offering of espaliered Apples, Pears and more; succulents and Sedums for roof-top gardens (watch for our display shed to show how easy it is to get started); a greater offering of potted dinner plate and patio Dahlias; Roses galore including Easy Elegance® offerings, Sweet Spot® patio Roses, and Oso Easy™ landscape Roses; and new perennials ranging from long-blooming Agastaches to fragrant native Azaleas, from Hosta 'Victory' to 'Spring Celebrities' Hollyhocks. All told, we'll have an exciting lineup of quality plants ready to grace your home gardens in the coming year.
Street Address: 167
Litchfield Road, Morris, CT 06763
Location: On Route 63, 3.5 miles south of the center of
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
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.