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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.


    It's Time to Order Spring Chicks

    It's that time of year again, when we ignore the snow on the ground and the cold in the air. It’s time for us to look ahead to spring and everything that it brings, including spring chicks! That's right, our order book is ready and this year we are carrying a couple of new breeds that we have not carried in the past.Read more...

    What's New for 2018?

    Wondering what’s new in our nursery department for 2018? Here are just a few of the plants you can look forward to seeing this year; start planning your garden now!Read more...

    Protect Those Paws!

    When the temperatures drop it’s important to remember that our four legged friends are just as susceptible to the cold weather as we are, and it’s important to give them a little extra care during the cold winter months.Read more...

    Winter Care for Laying Hens

    When winter arrives, one of the most common questions we are asked is, "how do I care for my chickens, and how do I keep them laying?" While a decline in egg production is inevitable once the days get shorter and temperatures drop, there are things you can do to keep your hens happy, healthy and providing some home fresh eggs during the winter.Read more...

    Don't Forget About our Feathered Friends

    Winter has arrived and has brought with it snow and freezing cold temperatures. While for us this means bundling up and dealing with that headache of shoveling, for our feathered friends, winter is a time where food and water are scarce, and survival is difficult. So, what can we do to help the wild birds survive the harshness of winter?Read more...