Trees and shrubs that work well in New Hampshire landscaping.
Research results for landscape and nursery professionals.
NH Big Tree Program Brochure
Complete list of Introduced Trees Aug 3 2015
Complete Listing of NH Big Trees Champs Aug. 3, 2015
Common New England trees are illustrated with a sketch and description of leaves or needles, twigs, fruit, and bark.
Lists drought tolerant plants for New Hampshire.
Guide for growing dwarf apple trees at home.
Dwarf apple trees offer real advantages over standard (also called seedling) apple trees. They require less space in the garden. Their reduced size makes it easier to prune and spray the trees and harvest fruit. In addition, dwarf trees bear fruit earlier than their standard-sized counterparts, often just 3-4 years from planting, as compared with 7-10 years for the average standard tree.
What rootstock should the home gardener choose? Here are a few notes on some of the common rootstocks available.
Intended for commercial landscapers, property managers and nursery audiences.
Summarizes a quick and efficient method to estimate the volume of potentially salvageable timber blown over by heavy winds. This description presumes an understanding of standard methods for estimating standing timber.
Describes when to fertilize; how to manage soil pH; what fertilizers to use; how much to use; and how to apply fertilizers.
Gives a "quick and dirty" method for estimating the amount of firewood in a stand or on a woodlot.
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