Our Native Plant Nursery Has Perennials Too!

At the Native Plant Nursery we have trees & shrubs as well as hundreds of perennials (native & cultivars) and herbs and some annuals for container gardening. We also have local syrup and blueberry bushes bursting with fruit!

Northland Blueberry

Northland Blueberry

Containers! We use both annuals & perennials

Containers! We use both annuals & perennials

Some of our many succulents.

Some of our many succulents.

Our storefront - inside you will find gifts & select antiques.

Our storefront – inside you will find gifts & select antiques.

 

Gray Treefrog – Hyla versicolor relaxing on an oak.

frog1Visitor to the native nursery at Miller Hill Farm today. Gray Treefrog – Hyla versicolor relaxing on an oak.

The Spring Shade Tree Sale Is On!

Save over 50% – Save on native shade trees such as native sugar maple and oak. The newspaper says 25% sale but my calculations show greater savings:
Burr or Swamp White Oak 1 1/2 to 2 inch caliper regularly $260 now $170 that is a 65% savings! BIG TREES = BIG SAVINGS For you. Give us a call at 802-623-7373 or e-mail mhfarm@shoreham.net. Stop in and check out our trees @ 2127 Rt 73 E. Sudbury VT 05733

Our Vermont Tree Nursery – Fall Planting Time

Welcome to our nursery. There is a false perception in the gardening world that fall is the end of the growing season. In fact, it is quite the contrary. Fall is an ideal season for planting trees, shrubs and other assorted plants. The key is encouraging good root growth. Planting trees and shrubs in fall enables the root systems to grow before the hot summer returns. Here in our Vermont nursery mid September through early November is the ideal time for tree and shrub planting because it allows the roots to become established before the ground freezes and winter sets in. If you are looking to get a jump on spring then plant this fall. Vermont native trees and shrubs as well as cultivars can be found here at Miller Hill Farm Native Tree Nursery

Early fall planting season will soon be here at the nursery and at your home!

Check out Fine Gardening article on spring & fall perennial planting @

http://www.finegardening.com/10-tips-dividing-perennial-plants#.U_4gFzfZfb0.facebook