Nasami Farm Nursery
Nasami Farm is dedicated to ensuring that true New England native plants are available to retail customers and to the nursery trade.
Nasami Farm opens to the public April 26.
128 North Street
Whately, MA 01373
- grows locally sourced New England native plants, many from seeds sustainably collected in the wild
- focuses on propagation and research to bring different and hard-to-grow plants into production
- partners with local nurseries to grow propagated plants to retail size
- sells plants in our seasonal retail area that are grown in partnership with local nurseries.
We are significantly expanding our seed collection and our list of species in production for retail customers and for landscaping and restoration projects. We offer a wonderful range of native plants--with the genetic traits that make them hardy in the region and perfect for native wildlife--for home gardeners. We also offer contract growing services for the trade.
If you are interested in contract growing of plugs, please email Cayte McDonough at firstname.lastname@example.org. We do not grow plugs on speculation. Please contact us early in your planning process to allow time for us to grow plants for you.
From the South: Take Route 91 to Exit 24. Turn left onto Routes 5/10 and continue south on Routes 5/10 to Swamp Road (1.2 miles). Turn right on Swamp Road and continue to North Street. Take a sharp right onto North Street. Continue about 1.1 miles to Nasami Farm, 128 North Street, on the right.
From the North: Take Route 91 to Exit 24. Turn right off the exit onto Routes 5/10 and continue south on Routes 5/10 to Swamp Road (1.2 miles). Turn right on Swamp Road and continue to North Street. Take a sharp right onto North Street. Continue about 1.1 miles to Nasami Farm, 128 North Street, on the right.
Please do not use Mapquest driving directions; they currently take you to North Street in South Deerfield. We are working with Mapquest to correct this error.
We offer classes in native plant horticulture and botanyat Nasami Farm and other western Massachusetts locations.
Purchase Native Plants
If you are looking for a specific native plant, please email Noni Macon at email@example.com or browse the new 2014 plant availability list.