Piccadilly Farm Nursery and Gardens is a destination garden shopping experience offering an extensive selection of wonderful plants including natives and classic southern favorites in addition to rare and unusual plants. The farm is a special place to visit because of our wonderful gardens, and we also offer tours and events, design services, and event facilities. We welcome the opportunity to assist you!
Piccadilly Farm Nursery and Gardens offers three options for retail plant purchases. The first option is to visit on one of our Open House Weekends, the second option is by making an Appointment, and the third is by placing a Plant Order. Please use the link below for more information on each option.
Year Round by Appointment, Monday through Friday, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.
Carleen & Sam Jones,
Founders of Piccadilly Farm
Piccadilly Farm Nursery and Gardens is located near Watkinsville in Oconee County, GA, south of Athens. The farm is within a one to two-hour drive from Atlanta, and is an easy drive from most other parts of GA. Our street address is 1971 Whippoorwill Road, Bishop, GA. From GA Highway 53 (Hog Mountain Road), turn on Union Church Road. Oconee County High School and Oconee Civic Center are located at this corner. Next, turn right on Whippoorwill Road, which is the first road to the right. Union Christian Church is located at this corner. Travel 1.9 miles on Whippoorwill. Look for the white Piccadilly Farm sign on the left and enter the farm at the gravel driveway, and proceed to the parking area. The nursery sales area was moved in the fall of 2018 and is now located to the rear of the property near our sun conifer garden. Follow one of the two gravel drives leading from the parking lot towards the rear of the property which will take you to the nursery sales area. The first drive is marked Nursery Lane and starts next to the green dumpster. The second is marked John Deere Road and passes next to the picnic pavilion. The paved drive at the far end of the parking lot will be closed to vehicular traffic, but you are still welcome to walk down it to explore the gardens.