Member Nursery Benefits
Nursery Discounts Blithewold Members receive a 10% discount at the following local nurseries and garden centers. Simply show your membership card before you pay. (10% discount may not be combined with any other discount offer, and applies to plant material only, unless noted otherwise.)
Andy’s Landscape Construction
60 Knight Street Warwick, RI 02886-1225
Hours of Operation: April – July, Mon. – Fri., 7:30 – 5:00, Sat., 7:30 – 4:00, Sun., 7:30 – 12:00; July and August, Mon. – Fri., 7:30 – 4:00, Sat., 7:30 – 2:00, Sept. and October, Mon. – Fri., 7:30 – 5:00, Sat., 7:30 – 4:00, Sun., 7:30 – 12:00
Specialty: Dwarf, rare, unusual plants
Directions: From Rt. 95 N take exity 12 at the light on Rt. 5 take a left, proceed past Lowes down the street for about a 1/2 mile, take a right at NYLO Hotel (Knight Street). Nursery is 1/2 mile on right.
Broken Arrow Nursery
13 Broken Arrow Road Hamden, CT 06518
Hours of operation: April-October: Monday – Saturday, 8:00 – 4:30
Specialty: Rare and unusual trees, shrubs and perrenials.
Directions: call or visit website
Chaves Gardens, Inc.
935 East Main Road Middletown, RI 02840
Hours of operation: Monday – Sunday, 9:00 – 5:30 (closed Sundays in August)
Specialty: Unique and premium quality.
Directions: Located on Route 138, ten miles south of exit 3 off Route 24, and 4 miles north of Newport.
Earth Scape Inc.
805 Nooseneck Hill Road West Greenwich, RI 02817
Hours of Operation:
April - June: Friday - Sunday, 9:00 - 5:00
July - August: Friday - Saturday, 9:00 - 5:00
September: Friday - Sunday, 9:00 - 5:00
October: Friday - Saturday, 9:00 - 5:00
Specialty: Conifers and Japanese Maples.
Directions: Take I-95 to exit 6. Go left off the ramp and the nursery is 3 miles on the right.
200 West Main Road Little Compton, RI 02837
Specialty: Trees, shrubs, perennials, wide mix of annuals and tender perennials, indoor plants and containers. Directions: Located just south of Sakonnet Vineyards on the corner of Rt. 77 and Peckham Road.
2270 Plainfield Pike Johnston, RI 02919
Hours of operation: February – December 24, 7 days a week
Specialty: We have 12 greenhouses & grow our own plants so we know our plants!
Directions: From I-295, take exit 4 and head west on Plainfield Pike. The farm is 2.5 miles on the right.
Redwood Nursery and Landscape Service, Inc.
2664 G.A.R. Highway Swansea, MA 02777
Hours of Operation: March – December, 7 days/week, 9:00 – 6:00
Specialty: Nantucket sheds, Backyard Adventures swing sets, and annuals, perennials, trees, shrubs, and water garden plants. Offering classes every Saturday at 10:00 am, May – October
Directions: On Rte. 6 in Swansea, just before Seekonk Speedway, when coming from Fall River.
Tuesday, March 31
- Sunday, April 26
Friday, April 03
- Friday, April 24
Daffodils at Dusk- Rain Check!
Saturday, April 11
Newport Flower Show Events: Horticulture Workshop: Preserving America's Beauty
Saturday, April 11
Daffodil Days Walking Tour of Mansion and Grounds
Sunday, April 12
A Jazz Celebration of Spring
Monday, April 13
Seeing Flowers: Discover the Hidden Life of Flowers
Bristol Phoenix, Tuesday, June 22, 1897: Opening of a New Golf Club House
(Mar 31, '15)
*Article from the Bristol Phoenix, Tuesday, June 22, 1897* The formal opening of the new club house of the Bristol Golf Club took place Saturday afternoon and proved to be a very pleasant occasion. The president of the club, Mr. A.S. Van Wickle, and Mrs. Van Wickle were assisted in receiving by Mrs. W. Fred […]
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