Heirloom Garden of Maine
512 North Ridge Road, Montville, Maine 04941 ~ 207/342-2117 ~ firstname.lastname@example.org
Open for the greenhouse season
Saturday May 18 to Saturday, June 8, 10 am to 4 pm
and all summer for our self-serve farm stand.
Although most of our plants are pre-sold through our Farm Annual, we have a variety of flower, herb and vegetable seedlings available for walk-in gardeners. Our regular season hours end June 8, but our self-serve farm stand will feature cut flowers, herbs and perennials, and we will gladly meet you for a tour through the garden by appointment anytime throughout summer. Garden clubs, historic societies and other groups are welcome to picnic or meet at our garden by appointment.
Our 2013 Farm Annual, which features dozens of old-fashioned flowers, herbs and vegetables is now online in .PDF format. You will need Adobe reader to view these files. Download Adobe free using this link.
Please call (207)342-2117 or email email@example.com for more information, to be added to our contacts list or to request a paper catalogue.
Please read about us to learn more about our endeavors to propagate and perpetuate heirloom varieties of flowers, herbs and vegetables for future generations. Thank you, Sandy & Diana
|Directions to our farm: Please call or email to make an appointment to visit our garden. Please use Google Maps, not your GPS (they deposit people on a similarly named road in neighboring Freedom) to locate our farm. From Belfast: From the Route 1 overpass, drive 14.5 miles west on Route 3. Take a right onto North Ridge Road. We're 2.5 miles in on the right. From 220 south: From the intersection of Routes 3 and 220 in Liberty, drive east 2.5 miles, turn left onto North Ridge Road. We're 2.5 miles in on the right. From 220 north: From the intersection of Routes 220 and 137 in Knox, drive approximately 5 miles south on Route 220. Take a left onto Center Montville Road. Drive 1 mile to intersection where Montville's Town House is located. Turn right onto North Ridge Road. We are 1 mile in on the left. Please click here to learn more about our farm. Please click here for a map to our farm.|
Preserve, Perpetuate, Propagate
Heirloom Plants for Future Generations
|Family owned and operated by Sandy George and Diana George Chapin|