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On January 1, 2019, The Mill added another store to the operation. Chris and Liz Starkey, owners of Kingstown Farm, Home and Garden in Chestertown developed a partnership with The Mill.

By combining the great retail operation at Kingstown with The Mill’s shipping, delivery system and broad product line we have created an ideal store for current and future customers. In 2018 the store sold thousands of annual plants, an opportunity for The Mill to expand its outdoor plant stock.

The Mill of Kingstown will continue to offer quality products and services at reasonable prices and a shopping environment that is relaxing. Most importantly, the knowledgeable and courteous staff that everyone grew to love at Kingstown Farm, Home and Garden will continue to serve you.

The Mill of Kingstown


7121 Church Hill Rd,
Chestertown, MD 21620


M-F 8am-6pm

Sat 8am-5pm

Sun 10am-4pm

Check out our events page for information on our Horticulture Series.

2/14/2023 - All Things Red

3/21/2023 - Rejuvenating Older Gardens

4/11/2023 - Cold Crops

5/9/2023 - Walk and Talk

6/13/2023 - For the Pet Owner

7/11/2023 - The Best Pruning Practices

8/15/2023 - New and Nasty Bugs

9/12/2023 - Butterfly Garden Walk and Talk

10/10/2023 - Fall Pots

11/14/2023 - The Use of Winter Crops

12/12/2023 - Wreath Making

Customer Reviews

The Mill of Kingstown has an amazing selection of perennials, ornamental and fruit trees, and herbs and vegetable plants. They also carry a huge selection of pet (including horses and chickens) supplies. Great resource for your home and yard. - Courtney Kimmel

Huge selection of seasonal plants, pet supplies, wild bird seed, feeders and everything you need to plant and maintain vegetable or flower gardens. They also host after hours events ranging from dog obedience classes to native plants and erosion protection for waterfront properties. Staff is always knowledgeable and friendly! - Amy Nickerson
Great family business with wonderful service. They are always willing to help. We would rather pay a little more for the home town service and convenience. Highly recommended. Or you can go to a big box store, with poor service and two hours of your day wasted over a few bucks. - RJ Walters