EVERYTHING FOR THE MAINE GARDENER SINCE 1977
It's Dahlia Daze Time at Mainescape!
Big, Small and In Between.
Come Check Them Out!!
The season has started with a bang. Plants, products and customers are everywhere and deliveries are rolling in daily. We are still asking shoppers to wear masks and maintain distancing when inside our shop and glasshouse. You are welcome to come inside and wander our various rooms of gardening supplies, houseplants, pet food and gifts. Our outside sales window is open for anyone who would rather not shop inside. You are also welcome to call and have us gather up what you need and have it ready for you when you arrive.
This season we are very happy to introduce our new Plant Library Tool, which you can access in the top menu. You can search for a particular plant or for plants that are best for particular conditions. Within the introduction to the plant library you can also link to pdf lists of all our plants, with sizes and prices.
You will see the same staff you're familiar with over the past 15 to 20 years and a few new 'young-uns'. We look forward to seeing you!
Steve's Picks This Week!
Since 1977, Mainescape has grown with our community. We began as a design/build landscape company and quickly added a small garden shop. We started by providing local gardeners with all the seeds, tools, soil, fertilizers and plants they needed in the planting season. 15 years later we began selling local organic produce and baked goods, as well as specialty pet foods. Along the way we started a mail order Christmas business and send our signature wreaths and centerpieces all over the country during the holiday season.
In 2009, we built our glass green house, which allowed us to not only expand our inventory, but also to share a beautiful space with our community. We have hosted concerts, festivals, dances and wedding receptions and for the past ten years (not this past year!) welcomed a farmer's market from mid-October through April. The Market includes over 20 sellers of fresh veggies, coffee, cheeses, meats, baked goods, prepared foods, honey and maple syrup, chocolates, crafts and more. A nice respite on cold Winter Saturday.
For up-to-date information you can also check our Facebook page
"Won't you come into the garden? I would like my roses to see you."
~ Richard Brinsley Sheridan