Gardens and Farms Stands

The Webb House Colonial Revival Garden

211 Main Street
The Webb House Colonial Revival Garden was a prototypical example of the genre, containing classical elements, quaint arbors, and a wide assortment of “old fashioned” flowers. Designed by Amy Cogswell in 1921, the garden is maintained by the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum and its "Garden Angels". Access to the garden is to the rear of the Webb House.

The Fred W. Weston Rose Garden

505 Silas Deane Hwy
Designed by W. Thayer Chase, the landscape architect
for the Merritt Parkway, in 1979 the garden has over
200 specimen quality rose bushes. Use the Town
Hall/Library parking lot accessed from Church Street.


Numerous gardens are maintained throughout Wethersfield by volunteers of the Wethersfield Beautification Trust and local garden club.

Wethersfield Community Garden 

171 Main Street
Behind Fire House 1

Agricultural Enterprises/Seasonal
Farm Markets

Anderson Farm

165 Broad Street
860 529-2662
Open June-October

Blackbird Farm

327 Middletown Ave.
Flower Stand
860 563 7629

Bob's Fruit Stand

1825 Berlin Turnpike
860 529-2152
Closed January- May


400 Two Rod Highway

Heirloom Market at Comstock Ferre

Heirloom Market at Comstock, Ferre has a colorful agri-
cultural history and  is the oldest seed company in New
England. Visitthem for seeds and classes on gardening and other horticultural topics.

McCue Gardens

47 Hartford Avenue 
860 529-5967

McCue Gardens was established in the heart of Old
Wethersfield behind the family homestead in 1967. McCue garden
propagates and grows wildflowers, perennials and rock garden plants. McCue Gardens is a regular stop for visitors to historic Wethersfield, Connecticut - one of the first settled towns in the state. Closed Winter Season.

Morris Farm

168 Broad Street

The Charles C. Hart Seed Company

304 Main Street

The Charles C. Hart Company was founded in 1892 by
Charles C. Hart who had been connected with the Johnson & Robbins Company for 14 years. He started a small consignment package seed business using the back kitchen of his home as a packing room, warehouse, and office. Today, the company is owned and operated by the members of the third, fourth, and fifth generations of the Hart family. 


Solomon Welles House, 220 Hartford Ave
Thursdays, May - October 3pm-6pm