Landscaping

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Landscaping


Environmental Horticulture is an important and diverse industry in New Hampshire. It is made up of over 800 businesses who produce, sell, install and care for landscape plants (trees, shrubs and perennials) greenhouse crops/flowers, and turfgrass. The value of this "Green Industry" exceeds $522 million each year in sales of products and services.






News

A Question of the Week
For many gardeners, pokeweed represents a conundrum. On the one hand, it’s a native plant that provides an important food source for songbirds. On the... Learn More
We had a great time on Zoom and in person at Hood Park in Derry, NH for the 2021 Landscaping for Water Quality Workshop. Thank you to everyone who pa... Learn More
Most of us take for granted the seemingly unlimited water that comes out of the hose or tap. Although New Hampshire has an abundant fresh water supply... Learn More

Resources

Do you want to leave your leaves and flower stalks on your garden or landscape over the winter to provide food and shelter for birds, bees, butterflie... Learn More
Do you want to leave your leaves and flower stalks on your garden or landscape over the winter to provide food and shelter for birds, bees, butterflie... Learn More
This assessment breaks down data from the nationally reported Agriculture Statistics to encourage further investigation and spark conversations that r... Learn More
Participants who complete the training will understand how to identify ticks and protect themselves from being fed upon. Learners are introduced to co... Learn More
This fact sheet provides an overview of the most common reasons to use cover crops at home and lays out the most successful options for gardeners in N... Learn More
This document summarizes the Course Expectations for the 2022 New Farmer School Learn More