At Morning Star Perennials & Nursery, we cultivate more than 500 varieties of Vermont-hardy perennials, trees, and shrubs, including both well-known favorites and uncommon, hard-to-find varieties. Scott’s affinity with trees and his expertise at grafting has led the way to our ever-growing supply of unique woody plants that are available for purchase.

View our plant list for a complete listing.

Because our plants are grown outdoors in healthy soil that has been composted on the premises, the plants we sell have strength and vitality. We fertilize only with our nutritious soil base, a small amount of granular, organic fertilizer, and a foliar seaweed spray. The perennials, trees, and shrubs grown at Morning Star are hardy enough to withstand southern Vermont's harsh winters and, with proper care, our healthy plants will transition well from our farm into your gardens.

We love what we do here at Morning Star Perennials & Nursery, and
we know that our enthusiasm is reflected in the high quality plants
we sell!

butterfly on Rudbeckia nitidaMetasequoia glyptostroboides (dawn redwood)Hemerocallis (daylily)Malus Indian Magic (flowering crabapple)Paeonia suffruticosa (tree peony)Hydrangea petiolaris (climbing Hydrangea)Actinidia 'Arctic Beauty' (ornamental kiwi)Apple espalier on barnClematis integrefolia AllionushkaCotinus Grace and Cotinus Golden Spiritcloseup of Cotinus Grace, dark leafed Smokebushcloseup of the Pinta, by Nathan GoldfarbEarly July PerennialsEchinacea Hot PapayaHydrangea Invincibelle SpiritHydrangea Let's Dancelooking through the LoniceraPenstemon, Garden Phlox, and Sidalcea dwarf HollyhockFagus sylvatica roseo-marginata (tri-color beech)Lespedeza
Clematis “Bill McKenzie” Spring: Magnolia and Weeping White Pine with Narcissus and Creeping Phlox Young grafted trees at the nurseryMagnolia, peak bloom
Scion wood prepared for graftingColumbine on the plant tables, with ornamental kiwi arbor in the background