Where to get all those gotta-have garden gadgets and goodies to help your garden look its very best.
By Nancy L. Claus
Fresh flowers, plants, shrubs, and bulbs, along with lots of garden goods:
pottery, baskets, books, magazines, and more.
This funky, former ’50s gas station in Scotts Corners is overflowing with vintage and antique planters and garden furniture as well as limited editions of newly crafted pieces.
Go for garden antiques, ornaments, and furniture, particularly large-scale items from
792 Rte. 35, Cross River
Orchids, orchids, and more orchids.
(203) 254 – 3952
These impossibly romantic-looking benches, tables, and follies are handcrafted from Oriental bittersweet, an invasive vine that Spector forages from area parks and alongside roadways. No two are ever alike.
From succulents to sunflowers, from orchids to decorative orange trees, here you’ll find all you need to create your own Garden of Eden.
Pound Ridge Nurseries
This park-like nursery has a huge selection of flora (and in winter, fauna too, with a fun petting zoo for kids), landscape services, accessories, and a fabulous seasonal holiday store with whimsical ornaments, faux greenery, and collectibles.
Smith and Hawken
Go for high-quality gardening tools, accessories, and potted plants, including approximately 20 varieties of orchids. Smith and Hawken also carries its own brand of metal and teak outdoor furniture, complete with storage covers.
Everything you need to
garden along with things you never knew you needed.
Not just plants, but everything to put them in, too: handmade and hand-
painted imported Italian ceramic pots and a large selection of cast-stone and cast-iron planters, benches, statues, and fountains.
United House Wrecking
One person’s castaway is another’s treasure. Find architectural salvage, unique urns, garden statuary, fountains, and many life-sized bronzes of animals and