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​​​​​​​​THE MONARCH GARDENER HAS MOVED TO TOPSFIELD, MA!!! 


Look for me at Nutter Farm, 180 Ipswich Road, Topsfield. My familiar sandwich board will be out at the entrance.

HOURS: 10-3 Fridays and Saturdays through July 27th with a few days TBA in September. The gate to the property opens at 9:45 on days I'm open.

More info: see Nursery Info. 

To see what I'm growing click on the orange button below:





New for 2024: appointment shopping!

***Appointment link for week of June 24th: click HERE

For a small fee I'm offering 30 min ($25), 60 min ($40) and even 90 min ($50) time slots where you get ALL TO YOURSELF: my plants, my advice and even a rough garden design. This is very informal, I won't have time to do anything fancy with software, but can draw on a photo printout and help you plan and shop.  Half hour Sign Up Genius slots (grab 2 if you want an hour) with be posted with a link above 9 PM Sunday evenings. Time slots will vary week to week and I will try to have one evening slot. 

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Clickhere for my June bit of monarch news, nursery news and science plus it has all the answers to your FAQs about shopping at the nursery. Click here to subscribe   


My 'shop' page for non-plant products is open 24/7 via my online order form.


Payments accepted: cash, checks, Venmo and credit cards 


What people are saying about The Monarch Gardener: 

 

"It's crazy how little people know about the importance of native plants, I've been on a personal marketing campaign to get people away from grass lawns and <big box store> plants.  But people don't know where else to go.  You are such an important resource for the community."   -Anna P., Beverly MA

 

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Did you receive seed balls as a gift recently? Need more info about them? Click HERE

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"Sustaining a species, one yard at a time."

               Growing since 2014

The Monarch Gardener