Amherst Opening Day is April 1st 2020!

Spring is on the way and we’re ready to supply you with all your garden needs. Our Amherst location opens on April 1st!  

What You Can Buy at Sunny Valley Farms in Amherst NH

In addition to gorgeous Easter flowers, we have many other products you need to beautify your home and garden. If you’re planning to start seeds indoors, check out our pottery, containers, and a wide selection of seeds. Don’t forget the soil! We carry Pro-Mix and Coast of Maine soils for your convenience.

When those plants are ready to go in the ground, you’ll need fertilizer, gardening tools, and gloves so make sure you get those while you’re here. Or if you prefer to buy plants and shrubs that are already established, check out our selection of Dummen Orange, Proven Winners, and Endless Summer plants and shrubs. Our team of experts will gladly help you pick the plants and shrubs that are best for your yard. Just let us know about your soil and sun/shade areas.

Add Some Whimsy

Every home and garden needs a little whimsy too. We’ve got supplies to make fairy gardens and terrariums – including some gorgeous succulents. Other whimsical garden decorations we carry include gazing balls, garden spinners, and birdbaths. Get creative by adding ribbon or balloons and turn them into a gift. No need to make an extra stop! We have it all at Sunny Valley Amherst.

Don’t Forget the Pollinators!

Butterflies and bees are any gardeners' best friend. We’ve got supplies and plants that will draw those pollinators to your yard.

We’re excited for another amazing year of gardening and sharing our love of plants with you. Come see us on opening day – March 28th to get this growing season off to a great start. We look forward to seeing you all season long!

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March 20, 2020

New Hampshire Growing Guide

Successful gardening starts with the New Hampshire Growing Guide!  The average growing season in New Hampshire is usually 132 days. This is a relatively short period for most plants. The trick to a successful garden is to know when to plant your seeds. Sunny Valley Farms offers the following tips for growing in the New Hampshire climate: