Spring Sales:

Scottdale (Atlanta Area)

Beech Hollow is now open to browsing for the 2022 gardening season.

Weekly browsing hours at the Scottdale nursery are Thursday through Sunday, from 10 am until 4 pm.

The Reading Room and the Reference Room are open Saturday and Sunday from 10 am until 4 pm.

* We are an outdoor facility so please plan accordingly.  Rain gear for inclement weather and good walking shoes are an excellent idea.*

 

Retail Browsing and Shopping at the Farm

Beech Hollow Farm in Lexington is now open to browsing for the 2022 gardening season.

Weekly browsing hours at the Farm location are Saturday, from 10 am until 4 pm.

Email us if you would like to visit the Farm on a different day, and we can make sure someone is available to assist you.

*  Please note that restroom facilities are not available at the Farm during this time.

* We are an outdoor facility so please plan accordingly.  Rain gear for inclement weather and good walking shoes are an excellent idea.*

Online Ordering:

You may still order online on our website if you prefer, and we will reach out by email to schedule a time for curbside pick up at our Scottdale (Atlanta area) or Lexington (Athens area) location once the order has been received.  We pull and organize each week's online orders at the farm on Wednesday.  Orders are usually brought into Scottdale Thursday or Friday, and are available for pick up by Saturday.

Though we will be as meticulous as possible in ensuring sanitary conditions regarding COVID-19, please take all personal risk factors that may be necessary for your own safety into consideration before you order and before you arrive for pickup.

Intown location in Scottdale  and at Beech Hollow Farm in Lexington.

If you have any questions regarding our safety protocols, pickup details or general plant questions, please contact us at info@beechhollowfarms.com

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Join us on the Garden Path

Education has always been a part of our mission.

This spring we are offering the Garden Path Series of classes.  These educational talks cover gardening, native plants, habitat gardening, gardening for wildlife, as well as how to maintain those gardens.

Sign up for classes HERE