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Nursery List 2018

Hadley Garden Center carries the hardiest selection of Ornamental Trees and Srubs, from dependable growers. Please check with us as all items may not be in stock. Download the Nursery List (pdf)

Rose List 2018

We feature over 100 Varieties of Roses chosen for their hardiness and disease resistance, with new and exciting varieties added each year. Roses listed may not always be available, please check with us. Download the Rose List (pdf)

Perennial List 2018

Hadley Garden Center has Perennials in every color and texture for sun or shade or mixed conditions. We have Zone 5 plants and flowers to suit every style of garden. Please check with us as all items may not be in stock. Download the Perennial List (pdf)

Fruit List 2018

Hadley Garden Center has Zone 5 fruit trees, and shrubs in every shape and size, Check out this year's list easily by downloading our PDF below. Please check with us as all items may not be in stock. Download the Fruit List (pdf)

Seed Starting Guide

Start your seeds! We feature organic seeds and plants, and also carry many unusual varieties. Download the Seed Starting Guide (pdf)

Landscape Planning Guide

We hope you'll use this handy checklist to get all your measurements in place so we can help you! Landscape Planning Guide (pdf).

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August 2018 Tips


  • Time to deadhead annuals for increased blooming.
  • Watch for insects & take care of them immediately.
  • Control Poison Ivy.
  • Prepare for lawn renovations.
  • Fertilize strawberries with high Nitrogen fertilizer.

  • Cut canes of summer bearing raspberries.
  • Plant Leaf Lettuce, Spinach, Swiss Chard, Endive, Chinese Cabbage, Kale, Radish, and Mustard Greens for a fall harvest.

July 2018 Tips

  • Cover developing blueberries with netting.
  • Harvest herbs after morning dew has dried.
  • Last chance to apply season-long grub control to  control grubs in your lawn.
  • Watch for Japanese beetles dining on leaves.
  • Prune back annuals by a third to keep them from getting leggy.
  • You can still start from seed: Beets, Kale, Carrots, Mustard Greens, Radishes, Turnip.