Whitmores Tree Farm offers an extraordinary variety of beautiful shade and ornamental trees in the Hamptons. The farm, established in 1986, has grown to over 200 hundred acres, in two locations. We offer rare and unusual plant selections from foreign and exotic regions, as well as native trees and shrubs. Visit the farm and you’ll find huge magnolias, giant bald cypress and swamp maples big enough for a tree house, Montauk shad, large caliper shade trees, row upon row of Cryptomeria, arborvitae and spruce (for screening), and a wide choice of beeches and willows. You will also see crab apples, cherries and rarely seen Stewartia and Franklinia, as well as towering evergreens and exotic dwarfs.
Since 1945, the Whitmore family has been in the business of creating beautiful landscapes with the highest quality plant materials. Two generations of Whitmores continue to bring years of knowledge and understanding to every client we work with, along with comprehensive services. Our long-term, experienced staff is committed to innovation and superior service. We offer the widest selection and finest quality nursery materials available. The seamless integration of Landscaping, Maintenance and Tree Farm operations provides time and cost efficiencies for our clients. We stand behind our products and take pride in keeping our customers for years…and even generations.
A family business with deep roots to our community, Whitmores prides itself in supporting a variety of important local organizations including East Hampton Day Care Center, Pediatric Dental Fund, SOFO (Southfork Natural History Museum and Nature Center), East Hampton Little League and many others.
In East Hampton, visit Whitmores Tree Farm at 80 Route 114 (located across from the East Hampton High School, with access from both Route 114 and Long Lane).
Whitmores Riverhead Tree Farm by appointment only.