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Steve Jones, along with his parents Careleton and Maetta Jones, started Fieldstone Gardens in the spring of 1984 as a complement to the fourth-generaetion family farm in Vassalboro, Maine. The land was originally settled by his great-grandparents Ezra and Nina Jones in 1916.
Fieldstone Gardens includes 10 acres of gardens, a 250-acre sustainable tree farm, an apple orchard, a lilac collecetion, a retail store, fields, ponds, and their famous stone walls. The nursery features extensive display gardens with perennial borders and shade gardens as well as specimen trees and shrubs. It has been referred to as “One of the most beautiful spots in central Maine.”
The garden center is open to the public April – October and offers a large assortment of vegetable seedings, annuals, perennials, shrubs, and trees (fruit and ornamental). Fieldstone Gardens boasts one of the largest assortments of Astilbe in the country and showcases varieties of over 200 Hosta, over 150 peonies, and over 200 daylilies. With such a large assortment, you are sure to find your favorites in addition to the hard-to-find varieties.
Adding to the incredible selection available, Fieldstone Gardens has one of the largest collections of Dr. Currier McEwen Siberian Irises. Dr. McEwen, a Maine native, was a world renowned, award-winning Iris hybridizer who lived in Harpswell, Maine.
Fieldstone Gardens prides itself on being a garden center for those new to gardening as well as the experienced horticulturist. Knowledgeable staff is on hand and happy to assist you with all your gardening needs. Each week brings different flowers in bloom, so be sure to visit often, especially for the peony blooms in June and Daylily Days in July.
November and December months feature fresh cut Christmas trees available for purchase.
Fieldstone Gardens is conveniently located 15 minutes from Augusta or Waterville at 55 Quaker Lane in Vassalboro. To learn more about Fieldstone Gardens, visit the website. You can also find and follow us on Facebook and Instagram @FieldstoneGardens
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