The Nursery



Consistently voted the Best Garden Center on the North Fork, Trimble’s of Corchaug Nursery propagates and sells a unique assortment of annuals, perennials, and woody ornamentals, using organic growing methods. Our four beautiful acres include sales yards, a huge greenhouse, 11 hoophouses, and mature in-ground trees. Trimble’s features both native plants and the latest cultivars of old favorites.

You’ll find unusual container plantings, rare plants, deer-resistant plants, berries, and herbs and vegetables. We cultivate a “small box” mentality when it comes to the variety of plants we offer and our first-class service, always keeping our quality high and prices competitive.

Many of our plants are propagated here at the nursery from seed, vegetative cuttings, and division. We are “cool growers” so our plants are better acclimated once planted in your garden. That means they are not over-fertilized with synthetic products, doused in weed killers, or sprayed with harsh insecticides. As in nature, we grow from the soil up, using an organic soil medium specially formulated for the specific plant.

We also offer unique pottery, organic soil amendments, tools, and the largest collection of planted bowling balls on the North Fork.

Consistently voted the Best Nursery on the North Fork.
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Trimble’s is dedicated to safe gardening practices and the entire nursery is designated as a Certified Wildlife Habitat.

Our philosophy is that plants grown without dangerous pesticides or synthetic fertilizers contribute to a safer environment for your family, pets, wildlife and, most importantly, the planet.

We want Trimble’s to know how happy we are with what you have done to our front gardens. Aside from your great choices of robust plantings, you came on time and under budget — unheard of in many businesses.
— Barb of East Marion, Trimble's Landscaping client
I simply can’t say enough about my newly installed gardens. It was a pleasure working with you from start to finish! Every aspect of the job was executed with care, respect for our needs and wishes, and with an obviously unsurpassed knowledge of the plant materials offered.
— Marjorie, Calverton