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Sweetfern aims to make native plants and ecological gardening more accessible to residents on the South Shore while increasing awareness and appreciation for pollinators and wildlife.

For inquires and to be added to our email list, please contact us at: info@sweetfernnativegardens.com
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Plants and Gardening Services
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Organically-grown Native Plants

Focused on species that attract bees, butterflies, and birds and provide food and habitat for wildlife.

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Organically-grown Vegetable Starts

SPRING 2023

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Native Plant Garden Consultations

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Indoor Plant & Container garden Design and Installation.

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Pollinator Gardens for Schools

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Floral Design Classes

December 2022

Indigenous Land Acknowledgement
Sweetfern recognizes that all of the land in the United States was once the home of indigenous tribes.
Plymouth County is the ancestral land of the Wampanoag who have inhabited this land for over 12,000 years.
To learn more visit https://native-land.ca/