Town & Country Nurseries is a rare combination of full service garden center, florist, and landscaping company.
Our focus is creating sustainable landscapes. We are a NOFA trained organic retailer with an eye towards conservation and creating a balanced ecology.
Town and Country also continues to run a farm stand which opens annually in May and provides local fruits and vegetables all summer long and into the fall.
We are a garden center that can supply your every need; whether for a bright annual plant to give you color all summer long, a perennial for returning seasonal color or a flowering or evergreen shrub or tree to give your foundation some pizzazz or create a focal point. We receive shipments from local growers and from across the country to create a diverse nursery stock. We are happy to try to locate that special plant for you too if we don’t carry it at the nursery. Our garden center associates are happy to answer any individual plant, plant care or landscaping questions or just give some advice, just ask and we’re happy to help.
We are a full service florist. Whether you need flowers sent locally or worldwide we are here to fill your needs. With fresh flowers arriving daily, special orders are no problem.
Getting married? We offer complete wedding service, from bouquets and boutonnieres to location setup.
We offer fresh flowers, balloon bouquets, fruit and gourmet baskets and a large variety of houseplants, both seasonal and everyday. Call us at 345-8581 for fast service.
We are a full service design and build company that can handle any size landscape project. Whether it is a new installation, or a renovation, we can help every step of the way. Town and Country Nurseries can help you with:
- Hardscapes including walkways, walls, pavers and patios
- Ponds, pools and water features
- Foundation plantings
- CT licensed pesticide applicators
- We also have on staff a Certified Landscape Technician (CLT) – one of only 30 in CT. We are members of the following associations:
Connecticut Nursery & Landscape Association – CNLA
New England Nurseryman’s Association – NENA
Northeastern Organic Farming Association – NOFA