MORRISON'S.
    HELPING YOU GROW.

    Morrison's has a rich farming background that’s truly unique for a garden center. Owner Walter Morrison bought an existing Agway business in Sandwich after graduating from UMass with a degree in Agricultural Economics. As our local economy evolved, we adapted to the changing landscape by continuing to support the farming community while supplying both the horticulture trade and the homeowner.

    We’re proud to be Plymouth's favorite garden center and nursery. Unlike the big box stores, we're experts in horticulture and you will not find this level of knowledge and service anywhere else. From plants to pets to know-how, we’ve been helping Plymouth grow since 1972.


    Help Your Dog Beat the Heat

    Is it possible to have too much fun in the sun? For dogs, the answer is yes. In fact, it may not take long for a dog’s body temperature to reach dangerous levels, leading to heatstroke.Read more...

    There's a Fungus Among Us!

    It’s summertime, and while you may not be doing much planting right now, there is nothing better than taking a walk through your garden and admiring all the work you put in this spring. Then you notice something odd on the foliage of your Hydrangea. Little brown spots have begun to appear, and you also notice a powder like substance on the leaves of your perennials. So, what can you do to fix the problem and prevent it from spreading?Read more...

    Attract Beneficial Insects to Your Garden

    You may have heard some "buzz" lately about beneficial insects, but do you know what insects are included in this category, what they look like, and how to attract them? Attracting beneficial insects to your garden, as well as your landscape, is a great way to increase plant health and productivity naturally without the use of harmful chemicals. Below are a few of, but definitely not all of, the insects that are beneficial to have around.Read more...

    What's With My Lawn? Red Thread.

    With wet, humid weather coming back, the number one question from our customers is “what are the pink spots on our lawn?” On close inspection of the grass, you can see tiny little red threads coming off the grass tips that give the common name to this lawn disease, Red Thread.Read more...