Welcome to Fairweather Gardens!

Summer 2021

Our Fall listings will be posted in August, and shipping will

resume in September.

We are mail-order growers of unusual Trees, Shrubs & Perennials, and we strive to send out the best plants that you can order by mail. When you receive plants from us, we think you'll be in for a pleasant surprise if you have previously ordered only from mass merchandisers. We are a small, hands-on nursery, and we do not ship the tiny rooted cuttings or anemic little plantlets you may have received from others. Our plants are ready to set out in your garden and enjoy! We’re located in southern New Jersey, about an hour from Philadelphia, and we ship to all U.S. points east of the Rockies. Because of plant quarantines we cannot ship to other U.S. states or outside of the U.S.A.

Right now, we're between seasons. We finished our spring shipping April 30, and we'll post our fall listings in early August. Our print catalogue will also be sent out in early August. However, you can still browse last spring's listings, updated as of last April 30. This will give you an idea of the kinds of plants we grow, but please hold off ordering for fall until we post our fall listings, and please order only from those listings.

Browse through our plant listings. Browse through our A-Z listings from the drop-down menus above. Or enter your favorite plant in the Quick Search area, and jump directly to it. English or Latin, full or partial name - it will all work.

You can visit us and purchase plants in person at our Open Houses. We think you’ll enjoy seeing our many unusual plants close up, and you are welcome to browse and purchase at that time. For dates, please check our Calendar. We'll be posting our Fall Open House dates in early August.

It's easy to contact us by email, fax, or postal mail. You may also phone us during business hours, Monday-Friday, 8-12 and 1-5, Eastern Time. We’re often out in the nursery, but you can leave a message, and we’ll get back to you shortly. We look forward to hearing from you. 

Robert Hoffman