Edgewood Nursery

Regular open hours are done for the season, we will re-open when the snow melts in the spring. Seeds and Scions are shipping now! Availability list coming soon. Lots of events are on the schedule for the next few months, see below for details.

Our Online Shop is now open! Orders will ship within days, so please don't order plants unless you can plant them or hold them in cool / damp storage. The selection of available seeds will expand in the next couple weeks and scion wood will be available starting in January.

Our nursery specializes in unusual edible plants. Most of our offerings are not available from other local sources, and several are not available anywhere else in the country.

All of our plants are grown in living soil, without the use of artificial fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides or fungicides. We prioritize using locally sourced materials and offer plants in reused pots as much as possible.

We offer plant material in different forms depending on the season and delivery method. Potted and bare-root plants are available for local customers from spring through fall. Bare-root plants are available for shipping in early spring and late fall. Seeds are available locally and through the mail year round. Scionwood and cuttings are available in winter and early spring.

Upcoming Events

Film: SEED: The Untold Story at the Curtis Memorial Library in Brunswick, February 1st. 6pm. I will be selling seeds and answering seed saving questions before and after the film. Click Here for Details.

Edible Landscaping 101 at Morris Farm in Wiscasset, February 17th. 2pm.

Beyond the Apple: Tree Crops for Maine at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Brunswick. March 11th. 2pm. Click Here for Details.

Introduction to Seed Starting at the Resilience Hub in Portland. March 20th. 5:30pm. More Details TBA

Edible Landscaping 101 at the Curtis Memorial Library in Brunswick. March 26th. 6pm. More Details TBA.

Intro to Low Maintenance Gardening at The Wildridge Garden Club in Standish. April 3rd. 7pm. More Details TBA.

Tree Crop Series 1/3: Beyond the Apple - Tree Crops for Our Climate at the Resilience Hub in Portland. April 5th. 6:30pm Click Here for Details.

Tree Crop Series 2/3: Caring for Tree Crops - Mulch, Pruning, Holistic Sprays at the Resiliance Hub in Portland. April 10th. 6:30pm Click Here for Details.

Tree Crop Series 3/3: Companion Planting for Trees - Forest & Savanna Models at the Resiliance Hub in Portland. April 17th. 6:30pm Click Here for Details.

Intro to Asexual Plant Propagation at the Resiliance Hub in Portland. May 22nd. 5:30pm. Click Here for Details.