Cady’s Falls Nursery was for many years known as a source of esoteric, garden-worthy plants for serious gardeners throughout the Northeast. In 2021 we terminated the business component of our lives and refocused our efforts as the Cady's Falls Botanical Garden. We are no longer selling plants but the gardens are open to the public on a full time basis.
We have been avidly collecting and propagating plants for over forty years and our horticultural and botanical collections include some 1400 species and cultivars from around the world, grown in a wide range of habitats and ecological niches. Our gardens contain many unusual North American natives including arctic alpines, cacti, pitcher plants, skunk cabbages, ladyslippers, trilliums, serpentine ferns, climbing fern, dwarf conifers and many others.
The old website cadysfallsnursery.com is no longer being updated but it will remain available online as a horticultural and botanical reference.
Thank you all so much for your support and appreciation over the years.
Don and Lela Avery
Open to the public
Daily 10 AM to 5 PM
To arrange for groups of more then five, please call or email ahead.
Please check in with us before taking pictures.
We will ask you to sign a basic photo contract.
List of the Plants in the Collection
& in the surrounding landscape
If you want us to notify you of special events,
possible workshops, etc. please be sure we have your e-mail address.
Directions to the Garden
Betula nigra 'Little King'