Hudson Valley's Premier Nursery & Garden Center

Hilltop Nursery & Garden Center

2028 Albany Post Road
Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520
Tel. 914-468-6633 • Fax. 914-468-6634
Email us at info@hilltopnurseryny.com

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Hilltop Nursery & Garden Center

Hilltop Nursery & Garden Center, located in Croton on Hudson NY, has everything you need to make your outdoor living environment flourish. Whether you are looking to freshen up a garden bed or you want to completely transform your property, we have the top quality supplies, trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals, top soil, mulch and everything else you will need to make it happen, along with the expertise and knowledge to help you make the right decisions.

Not Sure what to do? One of Hilltop's experienced designers can help you realize the landscape of your dreams including if needed a team of professional installers to complete the project for you!

And don't forget we also have a unique, well stocked Gift Shop which transforms seasonally to meet all of your gift giving and holiday needs.

Our Location

2028 Albany Post Road
Croton-on-Hudson, NY 10520
Tel. 914-468-6633
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Store Hours

Mon - Wed. 8am-5pm
Thurs. - Sat. 8am-6pm
Sundays 9am-6pm

Latest Articles

Acid-Loving Plants

Soil pH is a critical factor for gardening success. Some plants thrive in neutral soil while other plants prefer soil on the acidic side. The difference lies in the plant’s ability to use nutrients present in the soil. For plants that prefer an acidic soil a critical nutrient is iron. Iron is most easily available […]

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A Feast for the Eyes

Traditionally, when planning a vegetable garden, the focus has been primarily on function with aesthetics as an afterthought – a productive harvest has usually been more important than any visual appeal. This year, why not try a new approach? Thoughtfully combine beauty and performance to create an edible garden that will explode with a variety […]

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Heath or Heather

Often mistaken for one another, heath (Erica) and heather (Calluna) look amazingly similar. To confuse things further, heath is frequently referred to as “spring heather” and some landscapers, garden centers and nurseries may use the names interchangeably. Both types of plants belong to the Ericaceae family, and they share many similarities. Which is Which? The […]

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Hilltop Nursery

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