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A Low-Tech Water Garden

Picture yourself sitting in the shade on a hot summer day, lazily sipping iced tea,
listening to the gentle trickle of water into a lovely pond of water lilies—in your very own
garden. Impossible, you say. Just think of all those pumps, filters, liners, running
electricity to the pond, digging the pond, maintaining the pond! Not so, I say. With the
basic equipment of a pool liner and an outside water faucet you can have exactly what I
have described at modest expense.

AG Article - Looking Forward, Looking Back

Folklore and traditions in farming and gardening.

Community Gardening in New Hampshire-bookmark

Community Gardening Bookmark

Community Gardening in New Hampshire-postcard

Community Gardening in New Hampshire-postcard

Community Gardening in NH: From the Ground Up

Written by UNH Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners.

Dwarf Apple Trees for Home Gardens

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.

FALL-BLOOMING PERENNIALS

By autumn, many of the spring- and summer-blooming perennials have faded, leaving the garden bleak and colorless.  But some perennials, such as asters and goldenrod, will provide vivid color until the first killing frost or even later.

Five Steps to Food Safe Fruit and Vegetable Home Gardening
This two-page fact sheet highlights five steps home gardeners can take to keep food safe.
Garden to Table: Five Steps to Food Safe Fruit and Vegetable Home Gardening
This longer booklet form of the two-page fact sheet - Five Steps to Food Safe Fruit and Vegetable Home Gardening - provides in-depth food safety information and fruit/vegetable storage charts for the home gardener.
Grafton County 4-H - 2013 Gardening Program Booklet

This is the booklet that youth participants in the Grafton County 4-H Gardening Program must complete.

Grafton County 4-H - 2013 Gardening Program Packet

The complete packet of information for the 2013 Grafton County 4-H Gardening Program.

Grafton County 4-H - 2013 Gardening Program Score Sheet

This is the score sheet used to judge youth members' participation in the 2013 Gardening Program.

Grafton County 4-H Gardening Program - Booklet

This is the booklet that 4-Hers in the 2017 Grafton County 4-H Gardening Program may complete and return to the 4-H office by September 15.

Grafton County 4-H Gardening Program - Information Packet

This packet includes all the information and details about the 2017 4-H gardening program in Grafton County including deadlines, guidelines, addresses for sponsors, etc.

Grafton County 4-H Gardening Program - Registration Form

This is the registration form for the 2014 Gardening Program in Grafton County.  Call the office if you have any questions 603-787-6944.

Grafton County 4-H Gardening Program - Score Sheet

Once completed and submitted to the office, the 2014 Grafton County 4-H Gardening Booklet will be scored on this sheet.

HYDROPONIC VEGETABLE GARDENING

You can experience the ease and success of growing hydroponic vegetables indoors and
outdoors.



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