Edgewood Nursery

We are Closed for the season. Open hours will resume in the spring when the snow melts. In the mean time, there will be a slew of educational events coming up (see below) and if you see something in the online store front that you wish to pick up in person please get in touch. Winter is also a great time for landscape planning, so if you want landscape design or consultation services, please get in touch about that as well.

The summer availability list is still available for reference, click HERE to view it. Winter shipping season is here! Seeds and scions are now shipping, seeds are all posted, more scions available soon!

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

Click on Events for a more detailed view.

March 31: Tree Crops: Beyond the Apple at MOFGA Seed and Scion Exchange in Unity, ME.

April 6: Southern Maine Seed Swap and Scion Exchange at The Resilience Hub in Portland. I will be teaching FREE Seed Saving and Bark Grafting workshops.

April 17: Intro to Perennial Veggetables at The Resilience Hub, Portland. 6:30pm, $11*

April 22: Food Forest Design at Gorham Parks and Rec, 6pm, $10

April 27: Free Bark Grafting Workshop at Harbor View Park in Portland, Details TBD

May 11: Public Orchard Day! Everywhere. I will be at Mt. Joy Orchard in Portland, Details TBA.
July 27: Tree Crops: Beyond the Apple at OakFest in Oakland, ME. 1pm. More Details TBD.