New England Wild Flower Society
Garden in the Woods is open for the 2013 season. Nasami Farm will reopen Saturday, April 20, 2013.
Garden in the Woods
180 Hemenway Road, Framingham, MA
New England Wild Flower Society headquarters, botanic garden, and living museum in Framingham, MA, with walking paths and trails and the largest collection of native plant species in New England. The Garden Shop offers native plants, garden gear, botanic books, bird houses and feeders, branded clothing, and fun gifts.
... an eye-popping showcase for our native plants ... there can be few more beautiful places on the planet. – Boston Globe
Home of the venerable New England Wild Flower Society, this intimate strolling garden features more than 1,000 native plants in their habitats. - Yankee Magazine
Nasami Farm and Sanctuary
128 North Street, Whately, MA
- Closed for the season. Will reopen Saturday, April 20, 2013.
Nasami Farm sits on 75 beautiful acres in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts. Our nursery provides a source for native plants, including hard-to-find woody material, for homeowners, landscape professionals, and the green industry. The Garden Shop at Nasami Farm offers native plants, botanic and horticulture books, and local artisan products.
New England Sanctuaries
The New England Wild Flower Society owns and manages ten sanctuaries in New England, protecting rare species as well as examples of New England habitats.
- Hours vary by Sanctuary.
Please note for all properties:
To ensure the safety of all visitors and to protect the plant collections and natural resources of our properties, bicycles, off-road vehicles, and vehicles or motorized devices used for mobility assistance (with the exception of wheelchairs) are not permitted on the paths at Garden in the Woods or in the Society’s sanctuaries. We encourage anyone with mobility issues to sign up in advance for a cart tour of Garden in the Woods (contact firstname.lastname@example.org), as wheelchairs are not recommended on the steep terrain.