Whether you want a houseplant to enhance your decor or as a gift for your friend's housewarming party, several nurseries around Cambridge have you covered. They're open year-round, and their amazing selection features something for everyone.
The garden centers near our Cambridge apartments include:
Mahoney's Garden Center first opened in Winchester in 1959. Today, the shop offers eight retail locations, all offering quality plants and outstanding service. The houseplant selection is among the best in New England. The center's team searches the world to bring you everything from tried-and-true favorites to the rare and unusual. In addition to the plants, you can also shop for potting soil, plant food, and more.
At Niche, you'll find a place where people come to "explore, learn, and be inspired by plants." Its mission is to help everyone discover the joys of indoor gardening. Shoppers range from novices to seasoned gardeners. The ever-changing selection ranges from traditional to the unusual. Choices may include Bird of Paradise, snake plants, and money plants.
Tewksbury Florist & Greenery traces its roots back to the early 1900s. That's when Franceso Colantuonio immigrated to America and opened a greenhouse in Massachusetts. His son expanded the family business in the 1950s. After another expansion in the 70s, the company became known by the name we know it as today. The wide selection features offerings for both indoors and out. For some houseplants, ask the florists about their dish gardens. These gardens make for the perfect addition to any home.
After shopping at garden centers near Cambridge, grab a delicious meal at a local Irish restaurant. If you are interested in calling Luxe at Alewife home, please contact us. We will arrange a personalized tour so that you can see our apartments in Cambridge firsthand.
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