Yard & Garden

Aerial roots are a notable feature found in certain vining species
Aerial roots are a notable feature found in certain vining species, such as varieties of climbing, or winter creeper Euonymus (Euonymus fortunei). Unl... Learn More
Considerations for size, material, growing media and more
If you don’t have the space to garden in the ground and building raised beds is not an option for you either, don’t fret! You can still have a very pr... Learn More
Many varieties are prohibited by state regulation
Although gooseberries and currants can thrive in the short growing season and relatively mild climate of New Hampshire, it is important to know that m... Learn More
These rare breeds of chickens could make fun additions to your coop
Raising backyard chickens is a great way to be more self-sufficient and is both fun and educational for kids of all ages. These are some breeds to con... Learn More
Question of the Week
The dandelion, often seen as a weed, is gaining recognition as a spring food source for pollinators. While dandelions provide nectar, they are not the... Learn More
Raised beds can be be used to grow flowers, vegetables or even fruit.
Raised beds are a great way to garden in small spaces if you have a yard with enough exposure to the sun. Learn More
Tips on keeping chickens warm and protected during cold months
Raising backyard chickens can be a rewarding experience for the whole family and it’s a great way to be more self-sufficient. They are relatively easy... Learn More
Webinar series for Greenhouse, Nursery and Garden Center Professionals meets once a month, virtual. Cost: $10/webinar. Each webinar will earn one pest... Learn More
Linda Thomas and Margaret Walker retire from NHMGAA Board Learn More
The new hardiness map is based on 30-year averages of the lowest annual winter temperatures
The USDA has just released its updated plant hardiness zone map for the United States. This new map is based on 30-year averages of the lowest annual ... Learn More