FG’s senior editor, Danielle Sherry, came back from a trip recently so excited about a nursery she’d visited that she insisted I share it with you all. After I saw the photos she’d taken I agreed.
Danielle says, “Anyone who loves cool nurseries and/or stunning gardens and has NOT visited Cady’s Falls Nursery better run right out and book a trip to this remote locale. It’s a treasure of a place, just off the beaten path in Morrisville, Vermont.
“Don and Lela Avery pride themselves on offering truly unique plants that you can’t find anywhere else, from a Norway spruce called ‘Perry’s Golden’ that gets blonde “highlights” in spring to a sticky, lizard-looking bog plant that catches its weight in mosquitoes daily. These plants, along with several hundred others, can be seen in all their mature glory throughout their incredible display gardens. I got lost in them for several hours this spring and I still don’t think I saw everything. Check out more photos and their plant lists at the nursery website: www.cadysfallsnursery.com. This place is definitely worth the trip!”
Thanks, Danielle! (And thanks, also, for finding a garden to feature in Vermont, our 40th state to be featured on the GPOD!)
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