Welcome to Rosaly's Garden and Farmstand

Fill your basket with  farm-fresh vegetables,  herbs and  berries. Fill your arms with  flowers. Fill your home with the joys of Rosaly’s Garden & Farmstand.

We have more than 120 varieties of organic vegetables for your table . . . a full acre of flowers to brighten your day . . . pick-your-own raspberries, blueberries, flowers and herbs . . . fun for the children . . . benches for resting . . . bedding plants for your garden.

Rosaly’s is one of the largest Certified Organic Farms in New Hampshire and is the oldest certified organic farm in the state.

So come to scenic Peterborough and take your fill. Rosaly’s is that good!

Spring Plant Order


We have been experiencing some technical difficulties with our online order form as well as the contact us email address associated with our website.  We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience that this may have caused.  Due to this we will be extending our deadline for plant orders until Friday April 11th.  All of the issues have now been corrected, so start thinking spring and we look forward to seeing you May 16th!

With the new spring fast approaching, you may order our favorite vegetable, herb and flower plants: order online or download and mail a form. These are varieties we grow for our farm. We think they are the best choices and we know they grow well in the New England area.

Our prices are competitive with other organically raised plants. And you will note that our plants are grown in larger plug containers using organic soil mix, which makes for larger root systems and bigger, healthier and stronger plants – all the better for a healthy start in your garden.

Place your order by April 1 and you will be assured of getting the plants you want. This also helps us to know how much to plant.

B = Burpee NE = New England Seed Co.
FS = Fedco Seeds  PS = Park Seeds
HS = Harris Seeds S = Stokes
HMS = High Mowing Seeds S of C = Seeds of Change
JSS = Johnny’s Selected Seeds  

We will open for the season on Friday, May 16. You can pick up your plants through June 1.

Happy gardening!