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Cady’s Falls Nursery (part 1)

June 16th, 2016

This past weekend, Mr Chiots and I popped over to Vermont to visit Cady’s Falls Nursery. I’ve been wanting to visit for quite a while now, but they are only open a few weekends each summer and I always seem to find out about it after the fact. This little gem is everything a nursery should be, with lovely gardens that highlight the plants they sell. You can walk through the garden, decide which plants you love in a garden setting, then purchase them in the nursery area. Here are some photos of the garden, there were so many I’ll post more tomorrow and maybe more next week.
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This nursery specializes in rare plants, there quite a few stunning specimens in their gardens. I especially loved seeing plants in person that I’ve only read about in books. We came home with our car packed full of all sorts of lovely plants, more about those next week. Check back tomorrow for more photos of this lovely garden.

Have you discovered any little nursery gems in your area?

3 Comments to “Cady’s Falls Nursery (part 1)”
  1. Misti on June 16, 2016 at 9:08 am

    There were more hidden gem nurseries when we lived in Florida but we’ve found a few other great nurseries here in Texas. One hidden gem isn’t anywhere near us but probably 5 hours away in Kerrville, west of San Antonio. It’s a native plant nursery tucked away in the Hill Country. Loved visiting it a few years ago.

    That garden looks so lush! Love it!
    Misti´s last post ..Hiking Adventure on the Nature Trail at Fairfield Lake State Park

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  2. tj on June 16, 2016 at 10:24 am

    …[swoons][sigh]thud! ;o)

    …Those gardens! That is a true plant nursery if I ever did see one. And in Vermont too! I love that you and Mr. C can just “pop over to Vermont”, I am seriously green with envy right now. lol…

    …Can’t wait to see more and to see what you purchased and where you’re placing everything – thank you for the lovely photos too!

    …105 heat index here today in Missouri. *eyeroll*

    …Enjoy your day!

    …Peace & blessings. :o)

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  3. Chris on June 16, 2016 at 11:25 am

    Beautiful! Do you happen to know what that white clematis? is? Those look alot like the plants that flourish here! :) NIce photos! Love their trellis work.

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