WE WILL BE OPEN FOR VISITORS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 11-12 FROM 9:30 TO 3 EACH DAY. CORONAVIRUS AND PARKING SAFEGUARDS MUST BE OBSERVED. Mowed garden paths will be open. We will have some nice very plants for sale.
1) Facemasks must be worn.
2) 6' social distancing must be practiced or you will be asked to leave.
3) Please park on the road shoulder well away from the Bond Rd. intersection and leave a clear wide access for through traffic.
We appreciate your patronage and wish you well during this period of unprecedented challenges. Our hearts go out to all those affected in greater or lesser measure by the Coronavirus situation. Gardening offers a "safe space" and we hope to support everyone's well being.
Nils Sundquist was a gardener first and a nurseryman by extension, and he believes no nursery is complete without gardens. Sundquist Nursery's location is unique in that it allows very different gardens, ranging from damp and shady to dry and sunny, and from pastoral to semi-formal, all within a short walk of each other. This allows Nils to garden rather wantonly. He's taking full advantage of the opportunity!
Sundquist Nursery opens the gardens to the public several times annually. With the exception of occasional openings for organized groups, these dates are the only times we are open to the public.
We do not seek donations. We sell plants on our open days to defray the cost of maintaining the gardens. If you visit, you'll find plants that we don't offer in any other venue, and often outstanding, sought-after plants that are nearly impossible to get anywhere else. All of our plants are well grown to garden-ready sizes.
People may submit plant lists at any time for availability and pricing. By arrangement, we can have pre-orders pulled and ready for your approval.
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2020 Open Garden Days - 9:30am - 3:00pm
Friday + Saturday April 10 - 11 Daffodil Rave!
For sale: New and favorite epimediums, hepatica, trillium, hellebores, and much more!
In the gardens: spring ephemerals and awesome emerging foliage!
In the pasture: thousands of daffodils!
May 1 - 2 Friday + Saturday – Spring Feverish!
Hot perennials & shrubs including many compact forms & unusual varieties!
In the gardens: perennials & shrubs in bloom or showing off colorful new growth!
June 5 - 6 Friday + Saturday - Frolicking Ferns & Flowering Friends!
For sale are scores of ferns and choice perennial companions in garden-ready sizes. Frondophile Shangri La! All this at a great time for livening up the summer border!
In the garden: Mature ferns and their carefree blooming garden friends serve up inspiration for summer foliage and flowers. Come start a summer fling!
September 11-12 Friday + Saturday – Fall Gone Crazy!
Fall-blooming and colorful perennials, grasses, and shrubs, including winter interest!
In the gardens: The incredible meadow border & unusual trees and shrubs in fall glory!
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