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Enjoy local nursery discounts. View exclusive webinars. Take public programs at special member rates.

Your member benefits include:

  • The print edition of Native Plant News, our semi-annual magazine, is available exclusively to our members. View current and past issues online.
  • Members automatically receive our monthly eNewsletter. If you haven’t already, please provide your email address to or call 508-877-7630 x3104.
  • Local nurseries throughout the region that participate in our Nursery Connections program, offering exclusive discounts to Native Plant Trust members ( see first box, below).
  • Our members-only, on-demand webinar library awaits browsing in the bottom box on this page.
  • Between November 1 and mid-March, when Garden in the Woods is closed to the public, members at the Garden Access level or higher may enjoy Winter Walking privileges, strolling through the crystalline quiet when few other visitors are present.

For upcoming member events, visit our Member Events page or Events calendar, using the "members" filter. Please check that the event description includes your level of membership. 

Enjoy Your Nursery Connections

These participating nurseries throughout New England offer discounts to Native Plant Trust members. Most of the nurseries listed below offer a 10 percent discount with the presentation of a valid Native Plant Trust membership card. Check with individual nurseries for exceptions, restrictions, and hours of operation. (These discounts apply to Personal memberships only.) 

If you would like us to invite your favorite nursery to join the program, please email the nursery name and contact information to

Wherever you shop, we encourage you to choose native plants of known provenance and confirm that what you plant in your garden is not invasive where you live. We strongly discourage planting nursery specimens in the wild. Activities related to restoration or reintroducing native species should be left to specialists. Please contact us if you can't find what you're looking for.


Broken Arrow Nursery

13 Broken Arrow Road

Hamden, CT 06518



Shady Glen Nursery

215 Main Street

Freeport, ME 04032



Blisscapes Landscape Design & Nursery

751 Potomska Road

South Dartmouth, MA 02748


Brook Bound Nursery

170 State Road East

Westminster, MA 01473


Cochato Nursery

373 North Franklin Street

Holbrook, MA 02343


Kennedy’s Country Gardens

85 Chief Justice Cushing Highway

Scituate, MA 02066


Native Plant Trust 

(2 Garden Shop locations) 

Garden in the Woods

180 Hemenway Road

Framingham, MA 01701

508-877-7630 ext. 3601

508-877-6553 TTY 

Nasami Farm 

128 North Street

Whately, MA 01373


Redwood Nursery and Landscape Service, Inc.

2664 Grand Army Highway, Route 6

Swansea, MA 02777

508-379-0081 or 800-585-3790  

Roseland Nursery

247 Main Street

Acushnet, MA 02743


Russell’s Garden Center

397 Boston Post Road

Wayland, MA 01778


Stonegate Gardens

339 South Great Road

Lincoln, MA 01773


Weston Nurseries 

(2 locations)

93 East Main Street

Hopkinton, MA 01748


160 Pine Hill Road

Chelmsford, MA 01824


New Hampshire

Brochu Nurseries & Landscaping

121 Commercial Street, 

Concord, NH 03301


Found Well Farm

439 Pembroke Street

Pembroke, NH 03275


Rhode Island

Blue Moon Farm Perennials 

173 Saugatucket Road

Wakefield, RI 02879


Northland Farm and Garden Center

61 Pine Swamp Road

Cumberland, RI 02864


Wildwood Nursery and Garden Center                                        

659 Frenchtown Road

East Greenwich, RI 02818




East Hill Tree Farm

3499 East Hill Road

Plainfield, VT 05667


Full Circle Gardens

68 Brigham Hill Road

Essex, VT 05452


Marijke's Perennial Gardens Plus

1299 Robert Young Road

Starksboro, VT 05487


Morning Star Perennials & Nursery

221 Darby Hill Road

Rockingham, VT 05101

802-289-3135 or 802-463-3433

Outside NE/Mail Order

Amanda's Gardens Native Perennial Nursery 

8030 Story Road

Dansville, NY 14437




Explore Our Members-only Webinars

Learn from the region's experts in native plant science and horticulture

Our on-demand webinar library is a complimentary member benefit. We update the selections twice each year. Below is a list of our current offerings. You can view these webinars on any date, at any time. Please click here to register for the library. Not a member yet? Click here to join. 

Webinars Available Now 

Woodland Gardens Beyond Spring

Let's face it, woodland and other shade-heavy gardens peak in the early spring, when ephemerals cover the ground, shrubs and small trees bloom, and wildflowers show off yellows, blues, pinks, and whites. How can we extend beauty and interest in these gardens throughout the rest of the growing season? From her years of experience practicing native plant horticulture at Garden in the Woods, one of horticulturists provides insight into the successional staging of plants for colors, textures, nectar sources, and oomph into summer and fall.

Strategies for Invasive Plants Management

Invasive plants continue to be one of the main threats to the ecological integrity of natural communities and to populations of rare plants. Ecological Programs Coordinator Erik Sechler examines different strategies to combat invasive plants, drawing on invasive plant management experiences with Native Plant Trust, Massachusetts Invasive Plant Advisory Group, and the Sudbury-Assabet-Concord watershed Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area.

Growing Pollinator-Friendly Plants from Seed

Learn how to grow the top New England plants for pollinators from seed. The fates of native plants and pollinators are interwoven; both are essential to the environment. Growing from seed is an affordable solution for creating pollinator habitat in a home gardener's yard. This class covers all information needed to raise these pollinator powerhouses.

Diversify Your Lawn

Who says lawns need to be monocultures or only made of grasses? Enrich the traditional lawn with complementary plants that bloom at different times and add intrigue. Learn how to identify the plants that already grow in lawn as "weeds," and to incorporate new plants that create a rich, wildlife-friendly tapestry.

Ferns: From the Wild into the Garden

Ferns are an important addition to the garden. They provide unusual form, texture and color, and benefits to wildlife. This webinar offers an overview of native ferns that are appropriate for the home garden. We briefly discuss fern structure and growth, and then forge into the native ferns and how to use them in your landscape.

Ecological Gardening

Wondering when to cut back perennials and how long into autumn perennials, trees, and shrubs can be planted or pruned? Want to know about the most wildlife-friendly approach? One of our horticulturists explains how to transition a garden into winter dormancy while balancing winter and spring preparation, beauty, and wildlife value.

Asteraceae: Eupatorium

The genus Eupatorium, commonly known as thoroughworts, is found throughout much of New England in a variety of upland and wetland habitats. It has recently undergone reclassifications at the genus and species level, which often rely on micromorphological characteristics. This webinar will help you understand the rationale for splitting the genus and provide you with the vocabulary necessary for species identification. Abundant close-up and habitat-level photographs delineate the features of the new genera.

Sphagnum species - Uli Lorimer

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