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Wednesday, May 18, 2016
We had a great time at least week’s open house! I can’t thank everyone enough for coming out, especially considering the weather. We’ll definitely have to do that again! Now, as before, we are open by appointment. Give us a call, make a plan, and come on out! Otherwise, we’ll see you at the Syracuse Regional Market.
Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Our first ever open house is this weekend. We are located on the corner of Baum and Seeber Roads in Hastings, NY. Our address is,
663 Baum Road
Hastings, NY, 13076
I usually recommend that visitors use Google Maps to find us. They give great directions. Click on this link to find us
Map to our Nursery
HOWEVER, the bridge in Mallory is out. This means, if your GPS, or Google, tells you to take route 12 up to our nursery, the road will end just before you get here. Make sure to choose a route that involves County Route 84.
· If you are coming from Syracuse, take 81 north to the Central Square exit.
· Take a right onto Route 49.
· At the first light, turn left onto route 37.
· Go 4-5 miles to the 4-way stop sign and turn left.
· Take the first left onto Seeber Rd. If you see the cemetary, you've gone too far!
· Go to the bottom of the hill and you'll see our greenhouses.
Saturday, February 13, 2016
It might be bitterly cold outside, but here at Waterman's Nursery, we're getting ready for an early Spring. Before we start, we'd like to take a moment to thank everyone who made last year such a success. Spring is right around the corner, and before you know it, we'll be seeing flowers like this again!
Monday, May 6, 2013
I hope this fabulous weather has kept you as busy as it has kept us. We are open, but watering, transplanting, and deliveries have us spread a little thin this season. So, please give us a call before you come out. We can usually be reached at 481-3168. We're almost always home, but I don't want to disappoint anyone.
Sunday, March 24, 2013
I look out across the lawn at the carpet of snow covering everything and spring seems a long way away. Remember when the trees had leaves and the gardens were in flower? Well, the greenhouses are filling up and plants are growing. At this time of year, the outdoor temperature doesn't matter. If the sun comes out, the greenhouse is a balmy 80 degrees F. Spring is here and soon it will be everywhere. Snow is melting and before long the trees will be budding, bulbs blooming. Our world will burst into color again and our flowers will be ready.