Native plant nursery
Cardinal flower and turtlehead, marsh marigold and hazel bushes, St. John’s Wort and wild iris … Amy Pulley grows and offers native plants at Honey Hill, the homestead where she and chef Alice Cozzolino also grow more than 300 kinds of fruits and nuts, berries and vegetables and herbs for Alice’s community sponsored food program.
Key note: Don’t get lost! Google maps routinely has the wrong location (and it’s not for any lack of trying to correct it) — GPS will try to send you into the back 40, into the fields behind the farm, and leave you in the middle of Powell Road, staring at a beautiful stretch of woods and trying to find a phone signal. You want 48 Trouble St. off of West Cummington Road (Route 112).
If you want to use GPS, you can look up Cumworth Barm B&B, on the corner of West Cummington and Trouble Street. Follow Route 112 south of the William Cullen Bryant House, curve around with the road, and when you come to the B&B, you’ll turn left onto Trouble St. Then Wing and a Prayer will be about half a mile up Trouble St. on your right. You’ll know it by the old house with the cedar shakes, the greenhouse and the butterfly sign.