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Our Garden Centers

You won’t have to travel very far to find a Meadows Farms Nursery! Our 22 garden centers have been bringing quality, price, and selection to Virginia, Maryland, D.C. and West Virginia.

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Serving MD, VA & DC Meadows Farms offers a range of landscaping services with expertise in planting, garden ponds, stone walls, patios, walks, decks, and much more.

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Ramblin' in the Garden

By One Name or the Other

From a pup, I was weaned on a mishmash of common and scientific plant names, and while I can hardly claim proficiency in either, probably I'm less comfortable with the common forms. While others say andromeda, I think Pieris (japonica or floribunda), and when writing, my leash must be yanked a time or two so I don't stray too far from more familiar plant names. I think Edgeworthia chrysantha, but must write paperbush.

Have a Plan?

There should be no argument. The gardener is advised to have a plan before visiting the garden center, to go in with a list, if not of specifics, at least one that broadly defines his needs. Perhaps it is enough to think "I need a flowering tree" or "a Japanese maple", or "a screening evergreen", and then see what best fills this need when you visit. 

A Chilly Week in March

Following a chilly week in March when temperatures regularly dropped into the teens, damage to flowers and emerging leaves was expected. The gardener's question was, how much damage, and would injury to new leaves do harm as a late freeze stunted mophead hydrangea growth a year ago?

News / What's Happening

Meadows Farms Nurseries Listed in Top 5 Independent Garden Centers for 2016

Meadows Farms Nurseries has been listed in the top five Independent Garden Centers by Garden Center Magazine for 2016.