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

Welcome to
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

Monday - Friday 8am-5pm
Saturday 8am-6pm
Sunday 9am-5pm

Latest Articles

Dealing with Powdery Mildew

One of the most common and easy to recognize plant diseases, powdery mildew, is caused by fungus spores that overwinter in garden debris and are spread by wind the following season. In late spring and early summer, the warmer days and high humidity provide perfect conditions for spore germination.

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Growing Zucchini

Zucchini is one of the most popular vegetables choices for growing in the home garden. Not only is zucchini easy to grow, it is also tasty and nutritious, as well as versatile in a number of recipes. All summer squash, including zucchini, are rich in beta-carotene, folic acid, vitamins C and E and numerous healthful minerals.

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Sunflowers

Grow one of the oldest American cultivated plants and join the Incas and Aztecs who grew – and revered – sunflowers more than 4,600 years ago.

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Hilltop Nursery

Hilltop Nursery