About Us

Full Circle Gardens opened in 2010 to help fill a niche in northern Vermont of on-site grown plants hardy to our colder climate. We grow several hundred varieties of Vermont hardy perennials (from seed, propagation, division and tiny plugs to ensure northern climate hardiness), as well as offer a colorful mix of annuals and herbs.

Just some of the plants you can find at Full Circle Gardens:

  • Pollinator favorite perennials
  • Native perennials
  • Perennials for rain gardens
  • Alpine plants
  • Heirloom plants
  • Groundcovers
  • Woodland plants
  • Hardy hybrids
  • Sedum & Sempervivums
  • Certified organic veggies and herbs from Red Wagon Plants

As a team, we focus on customer service and education as well as producing high-quality, vigorous plants. Whether you’re a self-described “beginner” or “plant geek,” we’re always happy to talk gardening and help you grow the best landscape possible. Ask us about our seasonal classes on a variety of gardening topics!

We pride ourselves in growing all our plants using sustainable practices. Our potting mixes are from Vermont Compost Company in Montpelier. We use Integrated Pest Management (IPM) in controlling pests and diseases. IPM uses strategies such as good sanitation, regular pest scouting and biological control practices. Our nursery is proud to support our many pollinators in keeping them healthy and well fed. We are a member of the New England Wildflower Society, and the National Wildlife Federation has certified Full Circle Gardens as a National Wildlife Sanctuary. We compost our plant wastes and use the compost in our display gardens. As a result, we at Full Circle Gardens were very honored to receive the 2013 Environmental Awareness Award from the Vermont Nursery and Landscape Association (VNLA).

One of our dedicated supporters!

We are very active in giving back to our community through our donations and neighbor labor to local nonprofits. Hear our underwriting for Vermont Public Radio during our open season. Full Circle Gardens is also an active member of the VNLA and owner Sarah Salatino met the qualifications through the organization for Vermont Certified Horticulturist (VCH). We look forward to helping you enhance your gardening knowledge and expertise!