Daylilies — Splendor in the Grass
So What's New? Feet Frolic Persona Boutique, 122 Main St., Nashua Imagine PF Flyers on Red Bull. Persona Boutique may just be the coolest store this side of NYC. Owner Jeremy McKenna, 23, offers an urban selection of fashion-forward clothing for men and women, but it’s the kickers that jump out, including DC Life, New Balance Tier 0, Vans and European designers catering to those who collect funk for feet. (McKenna owns more than 150 pairs of sneakers). This clean, slick, reeks with style and sophistication without the snob factor. www.stackboxes.com Silver Lining The Kalled Gallery and Studio 33 N. Main St., Wolfeboro Jewelry designer and gallery owner Jennifer Kalled reveals a new line of silver jewelry this spring and promises stunning pieces to fit most budgets. Look for new figurine sculptures from A Little Company — pieces known for their exquisite detail and facial expressions and gaining in value. Also new are the stackable rings by Sarah Graham — buy one or several, they’re collectible and conversational. www.kalledjewelrystudio.com One Sweet Home Stone House Country 985 Route 16 White Mountain Hwy., Ossipee You’ll feel right at home here at this amazing historical stone house, where everything inside is for sale including the kitchen sink. Step through the doors, smell the aroma of candles and potpourri, and savor every nook and cranny decorated with country and primitive accessories to treasure. You’ll fall in love with the whimsical wall hearts and tin pierced lighting fixtures. Owners Larry Figuerado (who makes a lot of the furniture and mirrors) and Donna Briden are delightful. www.stonehousecountry.com Heart Stopping Seconds Loved One 51 Main St., Wilton There is nothing shabby about gently loved clothing and accessories, especially when hand selected by someone as picky as Johanna Lipson, owner of Wilton’s newest consignment store and show room. Lipson, who is a cheerleader for anything locally made, encourages novice crafters and artists to display their work. Some vintage clothing, prom dresses ($20 to $200) and a handsome selection of gently worn, high-end baby clothes. Home accessories, artwork and a jazzy vibe fill this store. www.lovedonewilton.wordpress.com.