About Wilder Hill Gardens
Lilian R. Jackman is the owner/grower at Wilder Hill Gardens. She studied horticulture at the University of Connecticut and has designed countless landscapes and gardens in Western Massachusetts and Vermont. In her landscape work and in the nursery, Lilian incorporates sustainable methods and traditional farming practices learned in her travels to Central America.
Lilian teaches at conferences throughout New England and is available for consulting locally. A 2009 graduate of Smith College, Lilian received a master’s degree in ancient Christian studies from Yale Divinity School in 2012.
Lilian is also the author of Holistic Protocol for Nervous System Health, available for sale at the farm or by mail.
Wilder Hill Gardens is located on six acres in the hill town of Conway, Massachusetts. The nursery is open from April through October. Plants for sale include flowering shrubs, small fruits, select trees, perennial flowers, herbs and annuals.
Bring along your pooch for a romp with Viola, the Wilder Hill Gardens farm dog.
Vibrant and Diverse
On the land, you might see a robust flock of laying hens, pigs in a portable pen cultivating new ground, collections of medicinal herbs, and gorgeous sun and shade display gardens. A half acre of pick-your-own pears, currants, gooseberries, and blueberries yields organic fruit from mid-July through October.
From Thanksgiving to Christmas, we hand-tie fresh local balsam and mixed greens into wreath and garlands. Please call to special order your holiday decorations.