Hyannis Country Garden is Open With A Focus on Your Safety and Sanity
We are open regular hours and committed to keeping our customers safe and sane. After a successful 6 weeks of curbside pickups we're now moving on as Massachusetts goes into phase 1 of the reopening process. We've appreciated your patience.
Because of the large numbers and variety of plants that stream in at this time of year, and the volume of customers we're assisting, we can no longer pick out plants for curbside pickup. We encourage you to come into the store with a mask and maintain safe social distancing while you shop.
We can deliver the products you need: pet foods, birdseed, soils, fertilizers, mulch, shrubs and trees can be brought to your door. Ask the cashiers about delivery fees. We can also arrange for curbside pickup of hard goods such as fertilizer and pet foods.
We are sanitizing surfaces throughout the day and the registers have plexiglass shields.
Email questions to: [email protected] or call the store: 508-775-8703. Because most employees are busy helping customers and unloading trucks, there might be delays in answering phone calls at this time of year.
Note that our reduced hours are due to reduced staffing during the COVID crisis. Hours could change week to week.
Current Store Hours:
Sunday 10:00 to 4:00
Mon ~ Sat 9:00 to 5:00
For landscapers/wholesale Mon-Sat 8:00 to 9:00
At Hyannis Country Garden we are committed to providing beautiful plants, accurate and up to date information, a diverse product selection, and personal assistance. Let us know how we can help you to cultivate a beautiful home and landscape.
Country Garden Gift Cards make the perfect present. You don’t have to know the right size or color, and they ship very easily too!
You can get them for any amount you wish. We can send them to you, or the recipient. (Though handing them out to your friends is probably a whole lot more fun!)
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