It is with sadness that we have decided to CANCEL the 2020 OPEN GARDEN dates due to the ongoing effects and potential health dangers of the Covid-19 pandemic. Vermont has been very successful thus far in keeping the case numbers low, and it is our hope to do our part in keeping everyone safe by minimizing personal contact. We feel it is in the best interst of our friends and ourselves, to close and thus eliminate any potential health risk that could occur from a visit to the gardens.

Thank you to all of our past (and future) friends and customers for understanding the current difficulties that have caused us to close for this season. We will miss seeing you and the chance to chat and help you with your garden needs. We hope that we will be able to be open again for visitors in 2021, and hope that you will come back to us when it is once again safe to mingle.

Be safe,

Leila & Harold


We do not have bathroom facilities at the garden. Please plan to make a stop prior to arriving at the garden to attend to your needs. Cumberland Farms in Morrisville village (at the blinking light) has public bathroom facilities.


We are pretty easy to find. We are in North Central Vermont, flanked on the west by I-89 and on the east by I-91. Morrisville is at the junction of Rt. 15 East/West and Rt. 100 North/South. See the map for more details.

Recently a new bypass was opened which has caused a few updates to our original directions.

If coming from Rt. 100 from Stowe/Waterbury, when you come to the stop light just outside of town, turn to follow the “Historic” village signage, as going straight will bypass the village.

If coming from rte 15 there is now a roundabout that may make things confusing. Just head towards Morrisville village and then follow the directions below..

From the center of the village of Morrisville at the blinking light, with Cumberland Farms (good bathroom stop) on your right, go about 300 yards and bear to the right at the “Y” in the road. This is the start of Rt. 12 South. Go about 1.5 miles and then turn right onto the Lower Elmore Mountain Road. Continue for about 1.5 miles more. (Do NOT Turn off this road.) The road begins as black top, but switches to dirt after about 1 mile. (We are the 1st farm after the pavement ends.) The road will begin to climb a long gradual hill. We are in the middle of the hill. The house is on the left and the barn is on the right. You should see lots of flowers…