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Business Hours: 
Please allow yourself enough time to shop.
Arriving at 4:15 m-f or 12:30 on a Saturday is not enough time.

(we recommend allowing yourself 2 hours,
especially if you are a first timer or just browsing.)
Monday-Friday: 7:30am - 4:30pm
Saturdays 8:00am-1:00pm
Closed on Sundays

For the most part we are "business as usual" for wholesale and retail customers. Though we have updated our mask policy to follow Executive Order 72 that was updated on April 29, 2021 (see below), please bring a mask to Colesville in case you are near a group of people and can not socially distant or need to go inside our Garden Shop. If you do not have one, we can provide one for you. We are limiting the amount of people that can be indoors in the Garden Shop, so please be aware that there may be a little bit of a wait if you come during peak shopping hours. 

If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email sales@colesvillenursery.com

 
We have recently added an online ordering feature to our website! 
You can find instructions for the online ordering process here or you can go to products or availability pages on the home page.  


Requirements and exceptions for wearing masks

Our protocols will not change until we receive new guidance from the Virginia Department of Health and Governor Northam concerning Business Mask Mandates. Please be respectful of this and understand that we are following the law. We are trying to stay on top of the ever-evolving guidelines and will keep up with our signage and policies online the very best we can. (updated Friday, May 14, 2021)

We have/did update our outdoor mask policy to match those of the CDC guidelines and Virginia Department of Health guidelines that were announced on April 29, 2021. It states the following:
 

Current mask requirements were updated under Executive Order 72 on April 29, 2021. The order includes requirements for wearing masks (face coverings) to help stop the spread of the disease:

  • All people aged 5 and older must cover both their mouth and nose with a mask, as recommended by CDC, in indoor settings with others. This does not apply to people who live in the same home.
    • In Virginia, masks are required to be worn by employees and patrons in most public settings, such as restaurants, museums, performing arts venues, and retail businesses. Specific requirements are outlined in Executive Order 72
    • CDC recommends that people who are not fully vaccinated wear a mask when they are in indoor public settings, when they are using public transportation, or when they are around people who don’t live in their household.
    • CDC recommends that people who are fully vaccinated wear a mask when they are in indoor public settings, when they gather indoors with unvaccinated people from more than one household, when they visit indoors with an unvaccinated person who is at higher risk for severe COVID-19 or with an unvaccinated person who lives with someone who is at higher risk for severe COVID-19.  
  • All people aged 5 and older must cover their mouth and nose with a mask when they are outdoors, as recommended by CDC. While it is generally safe for fully vaccinated people to be outdoors without a mask, CDC continues to recommend that everyone wear a mask in crowded settings and venues where it is harder to maintain physical distance. 
    • In Virginia, masks are required to be worn by employees and patrons in  public settings, such as restaurants, concert venues, theaters, sports venues, farmers’ markets, and retail businesses.
    • CDC recommends that people who are not fully vaccinated wear a mask when they are in a public setting or when they are around people who don’t live in their household.
    • CDC recommends that people who are fully vaccinated wear a mask when in crowded settings, such as concerts, sporting events, and graduation ceremonies. Fully vaccinated people may choose to remove their mask outdoors when alone or in small outdoor gatherings.