Plant Shopping Appointments
Curbside Plant Pickup
- Feed your garden with some plant takeout! Place your order over the phone, by email, or using our online form. We will confirm your pickup time frame over the phone and your order will be ready at the nursery.
Bulk Material & Plant Delivery
You can pick up bulk material at the nursery any day between 9 AM – 4 PM. No need to call. Please stop by the Garden Center, we will load your truck or trailer, and we will charge you for the material you get.
We are happy to deliver. We aim to complete deliveries within 7-10 business days. Your delivery rate is based on mileage of the trip, one-way. Please add $50 for trips that require a ferry crossing to New York.
- 0-10 miles away – $44
- 11-20 miles away – $56
- 21-30 miles away – $68
- 31-40 miles away – $80
- 41-50 miles away – $92
Please contact us for a quote for further distances. Note, we don’t ship plants in the mail.
Pricing and Availability
- Use our online catalog to learn about all the plants we grow. All sizes and prices are listed.
Garden Center Products
- We offer an assortment of bagged fertilizer, mulch and compost products, as well as seeds and bareroot spring plants like strawberries, onions, and asparagus. It is best to visit a shopping appointment.
Up to 5 yards per delivery due to weight.
- Pine Bark Mulch – $48/cubic yard – (no dyes, darker brown)
- Hemlock Bark Mulch – $64/cubic yard – (no dyes, lighter and redder in color)
- Woodchips – $20/cubic yard
Up to 3 yards per delivery due to weight.
- Topsoil – $49/cubic yard (screened, natural)
- Compost – $73/cubic yard
- Ask us about stone options in bulk
How much should you order? Use the chart below
Yes, we install trees, shrubs and perennials. We charge half the cost of what is being planted (ie: a $100 tree costs $50 to plant). If an item was purchased on sale, the installation price is still half of the regular, non-sale price. Please account for delivery costs when having plants installed by Horsford’s, including if the plants are already on-site. Customers must inform nursery staff of ledge, stumps, or other obstacles at planting sites.
We call DigSafe before a shovel hits the ground to mark public utilities such as Vermont Gas, telecommunications, and public electric. Customers are responsible for contacting any private utilities such as propane, septic, invisible fence, or private electric, as these are not considered public utilities that are marked by DigSafe. For each plant the installation cost includes: digging the hole, mulching, and fertilizing and staking if necessary. A professional Horsford team member does all the heavy lifting, and we’re happy to offer post-planting care instructions.
Looking to have a larger number of plants installed? Consider contacting Distinctive Landscaping, the design|build landscape architecture firm based at Horsford’s, for larger installations.