Longfellow’s Response to COVID-19
Longfellow’ Greenhouses has been a family owned and operated Garden Center for over 40 years. During that time, we have greatly appreciated sharing our love of plants and gardening with our customers. During these uncertain times the health and safety of our customers and employees is our top priority. Longfellow’s is following strict CDC guidelines, including practicing safe working distances and adhering to additional cleaning protocols.
During this time, more than ever, we believe that gardening and being outdoors is still the best place to find perspective and connection – and to help us all feel better. Starting Seeds, repotting houseplants, cleaning up your yard, as well as preparing your flower beds and vegetable gardens for spring, can be an important counterbalance to the pace of news and information we’re receiving.
We are reopened daily 9 AM – 5 PM with limited parking and reduced shopping by design to assist in complying with the Governor’s order pertaining to the number of people in our facility at one time. We also have special hours dedicated to our senior citizens and any individual with a compromised immune system from 8 AM – 9 AM Tuesdays, Wednesday & Thursdays.
Longfellow’s will continue to plant and grow healthy annuals, vegetables and herbs in our greenhouses. We encourage you all to continue growing and nurturing your love of gardening with us.
Please visit our website, Facebook and Instagram pages for updated information and gardening inspiration.
Keep Going and Keep Growing!
Longfellow’s will be continuing to post positive images of plants, gardening, and uplifting messages on our social media platforms to hopefully bring a smile to your day. Please know that even though we strive to be a positive organization we are taking the Health, Safety, and Well Being of everyone that comes through our doors very seriously.
Thank you for being valued members of the Longfellow’s Family! We have enjoyed partnering with you over the years to make the world a more beautiful place one plant at a time.
Scott and Sandy Longfellow