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    MORRISON'S.
    HELPING YOU GROW.

    Morrison's has a rich farming background that’s truly unique for a garden center. Owner Walter Morrison bought an existing Agway business in Sandwich after graduating from UMass with a degree in Agricultural Economics. As our local economy evolved, we adapted to the changing landscape by continuing to support the farming community while supplying both the horticulture trade and the homeowner.

    We’re proud to be Plymouth's favorite garden center and nursery. Unlike the big box stores, we're experts in horticulture and you will not find this level of knowledge and service anywhere else. From plants to pets to know-how, we’ve been helping Plymouth grow since 1972.


    The Daylilly: Sending June out in a Burst of Color

    This Daylilly ('Hemerocallis') is one of the most colorful and popular perennials we sell here at Morrison's. It will thrive in a wide range of growing conditions and is hardy from zones 3 through 7. While it does prefer full sun, it will still flower and grow in partial sun conditions.Read more...

    BrazelBerries Raspberry Shortcake

    The BrazelBerries® Raspberry Shortcake is a new plant from Fall Creek Nurseries. BrazelBerries are bred to fit the garden nitch of dwarf berry-producing plants that will do well in containers or raised beds. They are self pollinating and very manageable. This red raspberry plant is thornless and very easy to handle.Read more...

    Morrison's & Monrovia. What it means to be green.

    Being in the gardening and nursery industry we tend to think of ourselves among the 'green' pioneers. We try to grow as many of our products as organically as possible and, at the very least, we use integrated pest management in raising our plants. One blemish on our industry has been the continued use of plastic in delivering plants to the public.Read more...

    Flowering blooms that hang around all season

    There's certainly no shortage of spectacular annuals to brighten your home this spring, the trick is keeping that color deep into the season. Proven Winners suggests for the best looking hanging baskets that you fertilize regularly. Annuals bloom off new growth and to promote that growth they need constant feeding.Read more...