When you visit Stonegate, prepare to stay a while. Our plant selection is vast and our plantings are inspiring. We carry an impressive selection of hard-to-find perennials and uncommon annuals as well as tried and true staples of every New England garden.
Our selection of annuals is impressive. We carry everything from the unique and hard to find to the more hardy and resilient annuals. Ask Barbara Hoey to recommend some favorites for long-lasting color and texture throughout the season.
We only sell perennials we love. We offer a variety of hardy plants, from the more common to the more extraordinary. Interested in plants that are native, drought tolerant or deer resistant? We have many to choose from.
Groundcover offers many benefits to your garden including the prevention of germination of weed seeds, protection from erosion and water loss and groundcover also helps build up humus levels in the soil by acting as a living mulch.
Bulb planting is fast, easy and nearly foolproof. Early fall, at least 6 weeks before the ground freezes, is the best time to plant bulbs in your garden. We carry an extensive assortment of common and specialty bulbs that will enhance your garden in the springtime.
Vegetables & Herbs
We have a wide selection of vegetables and herb starters. As well as overflowing herb hangers in the spring for all of your culinary needs. If you’re looking for something unusual and we don’t already have it, we can special order it for you.
If you’re a gardener looking to add a special feature to your garden, consider selecting plants that attract butterflies or add interest to your outdoor space with a rock or shade garden. Our staff can even assist you with creating your very own vegetable garden.
Residential Bee Hives
At Stonegate Gardens, we are concerned about declining honeybee populations in Eastern Massachusetts and have partnered with The Best Bees Company™ to help rebuild our bee population.
The Best Bees Company™ delivers, installs, and manages honey bee hives for residents and businesses throughout eastern Massachusetts. Our profits fund our research to improve honey bee health, based out of the Urban Beekeeping Laboratory & Bee Sanctuary in Boston’s South End.
Please contact us if you are interested in hosting a bee hive on your property.
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