Tart Cherry Juice in Stock!

Stop in the store to pick up fresh tart cherry juice from Singer Farms Naturals!

Christmas Season Hours Start Friday, November 28

Open M-F 9-7, Sat 9-6 & Sun 10-5

Open Christmas Eve 9-2

Happy Holidays

Join us for lights, sparkle, glitz, glamour and best of all, Mrs. Lockwood's cookies and cider on the weekends!

Celebrating 100 Years in 2014!

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Frasier Fir Products from the Thymes

You can't get any closer to the real scent of a Christmas tree than with Frasier Fir candles - fill your home with the authentic fragrance of the holidays this season. Now available in the gift shop!

Give the Gift of Green

With all the storm damage to shrubs, give a Lockwood's Gift Card this Christmas! It will be appreciated!

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    Organic & Sustainable

    Lockwood's is dedicated to earth-friendly gardening products and nature-supporting plants. learn more

    - Our Hours -

    Sunday  10am – 5pm
    Monday – Friday  9am – 7pm
    Saturday  9am – 6pm

    Gift Cards Available

    Great gift giving starts at Lockwood's! Gift cards are available in any amount and never expire. click here

    Plant Arrivals

    Christmas Trees Fresh, Full & Fragrant

    November 23, 2014

    Christmas trees arriving at Lockwood's. We'll be setting them up starting Monday, November 24. These Fraser Firs are from North Carolina, but a good portion of the rest of our trees are grown on site at Lockwood's.

    Lockwood's News

    Recipes from our Christmas open house!

    December 1, 2014

    The food at open house was so good we have had many requests for the recipes. We're sharing them here on our website and hope you enjoy them as much as everyone did at the party! As always, Barb Lockood's spiced cider was a hit. You can find it every weekend in the store along with cookies during the busy weekends.

    Sally Says

    After the Storm: Distressed People, Distressed Plants

    November 24, 2014

    Everyone is already asking me what will become of their precious shrubs, trees and perennial plantings. What has the weight of the snow done? What about the flooding in some places? If tree trunks were cracked, will it kill the tree? What if the tree was tipped completely over? I will be writing at length about these topics, including expert analysis from professional arborists, growers and nurserymen.