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Welcome


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Welcome


Primrose House by the side of the road Wilton, NH

Our hours are 8am - 6pm

603-654-9888

House by the side of the road Wilton, NH 603-654-9888

JULY SPECIALS

6 pack annuals buy one get one free!

10" annual hanging baskets 19.99 that will brighten up anyones day.

We have million bells, wave petunias and combination hangers too!


If that's not your style, we have cut flowers in beautiful bouquets or lovely centerpieces.  What about a breathtaking rosebush that will last for years to come or a favorite houseplant.

We have smaller gifts & trinkets for any occasion you can give as a special surprise too!  Everyone loves flowers, for youngsters, maybe something for your little one to give to their favorite family member when you visit them this summer.

Come on in, you'll find we have so many things to choose from, it's so easy to brighten someones day with flowers, you will be so happy you made the trip!

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Our Lovely & Talented Jean Green has a blog spot about us, check it out!

BLOG SPOT!



We are a year round garden center with a lovely gift shop.  This business was started in 1971 and we've been at our current location since 1976.  We sell houseplants, annuals, perennials, shrubbery, hanging baskets, pottery, fairy garden plants and many accessories. 

Our knowledgeable staff is always available to help you choose what will work best for your property and your home.  With our years of experience, you can be rest assured that your home, garden and landscaping will be the best it can be! 


Our Specialties include:

  • Garden Supplies

  • Water Gardens

  • Perennials

  • Annuals

  • House Plants

  • Cacti

  • Exotic Plants

  • Trees & Shrubs

  • Orchids

  • Decoration

  • Gifts

  • Cut Flowers

  • Pottery

  • Convenience Store

  • Holiday/Seasonal Decorations

Welcome Friends!

House by the side of the road 

370 Gibbons Highway
Wilton, NH  03086

603-654-9888


Please feel free to come in & explore our greenhouses.  In the winter months HBTSOTR provides a short tropical escape from the NH weather.  We have inside and outdoor ponds with our pet turtles, koi, and goldfish.  Free popcorn, hot cocoa, and coffee.  We hope to see you soon!

History

Established in 1971

Family owned and operated.

Lily of the Valley House by the side of the road Wilton, NH 603-654-9888

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What to expect!


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What to expect!




We also have a great selection of Cat Grass, We grow it ourselves in 4" pots for $1.99.  It is either a white or red wheat grass seed that we use, however the end result is nearly the same.  They last for only 2 weeks and it helps keep the cats away from the houseplants! 


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Our shop


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Meet the Staff


More than a staff, we are a team.

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Meet the Staff


More than a staff, we are a team.

Abby & Libby

Robyn

Mark

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July - Flower of the month


Larkspur 

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July - Flower of the month


Larkspur 

Larkspur - Consolida ajacis

The pale and dark blues of larkspur are some of the prettiest you'll find in the garden. And they come with little effort. Plant larkspur once and allow the flower heads to ripen, scattering their seed, and you'll be assured of a steady supply of larkspur in your garden for decades. All you'll need to do is pull out the ones you don't want!

Larkspur

Larkspur is basically an annual version of delphinium, an all-time favorite perennial. Larkspur produces lovely spikes of blue, purple, pink, or white flowers in spring and summer. They look best clustered in small patches.

Like many cool-season annuals, it's a good winter-blooming plant for the Deep South. Larkspur is so easy to grow that it often self seeds in the garden, coming back year after year. Plant larkspur from seed directly in the garden in early spring. Larkspur doesn't like to be transplanted. It prefers rich, well-drained soil and ample water.

When hot weather strikes and larkspur starts to brown and fade, pull out plants, but be sure to leave a few to brown and reseed.

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