Bemis Farms Nursery


Bemis Farms Nursery
Bemis Farms Nursery is listed in the Garden Centers category in Spencer, Massachusetts. Displayed below are the social networks for Bemis Farms Nursery which include a Facebook page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Bemis Farms Nursery on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 93.

Contact information for Bemis Farms Nursery is:
29 N Brookfield Rd
Spencer, MA 01562
(508) 885-4247
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We have officially begun our biological control program. We have used very few chemicals to grow our crops over the last 25 years, but hope to completely eliminate them by growing a crop of itty bitty critters that will control pests naturally. The top picture shows me releasing the parasitic wasps. The aphids on the wheat grass will feed the tiny wasps if they don't find any aphids on the crop (which they won't!) and keep any outbreaks under control. The hanging baskets are getting another critter sachet to control thrips.

Online registration for spring workshops is now functional! First class started today. Register at

Bemis Farms Nursery shared Plant Something MA's photo.
Tina will be there Thursday at 2:00 doing a demo, then at this booth from 4-8 pm. Come say hi!
Are you going to the Boston Flower Show this weekend? Stop by the Plant Something MA booth and make your own FREE seed packet with plants that feed pollinators.

Does it look like a bee?

Creating in my kitchen to bring something to the Boston Flower Show tomorrow. What will it BEE?

RT @LandForGood: Stow lawmaker aims to protect family farms…

RT @MAFarmBureau: Second Annual Stockbridge Alumni Spring Gathering Information


At Harvest New England conference learning about Agritourism regulations

Sustaining Pollinators conference at CT College. Finally a conference looking at big picture and not just honeybee/neonic centric!