Want to accessorize your garden in one fell swoop? From antique birdbaths to terra-cotta pots, these shops have everything you’ll need. Here are the winners for best garden accessories shops in Yankee Magazine’s 2014 Home & Garden Awards.
Wilmot, NH. 603-768-3925; email@example.com (exhibiting at York Antiques Gallery, 746 U.S. Route 1, York, ME)
Anne Rowe is the pioneer who introduced British terra-cotta thumb pots to America, and today she continues her tradition of arming gardeners with old tools and filling our gardens with fun stuff with a past. Antique tools start at $18.
New England Garden Ornaments
81 Union Ave., Sudbury, MA. 978-579-9500; negarden.com
An impressive collection of antique statuary, much of it from England, plus modern (yet still classic) pieces, birdbaths, and fountains, makes this a one-stop shop for anyone who wants to dress up his or her garden.
Campo de’ Fiori
1815 North Main St., Sheffield, MA. 413-528-1857; campodefiori.com
Miles beyond boring pots, these containers, which come in every shape and size imaginable, will give your plants punch. Plus, these gardeners test their line personally. Six-inch terra-cotta pots start at $16.25; other container sizes are available and priced accordingly.