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A New Hampshire Plant Palette

Trees and shrubs that work well in New Hampshire landscaping.

Alternatives to Invasive Landscape Plants

27 plant species are currently prohibited from sale, transport, distribution, propagation or transplantation in New Hampshire including burning bush, Japanese barberry and Norway maple (see entire list appended to this fact sheet). This publication suggests alternative landscape plants for New Hampshire.

Co-occurrence & Habitat Mapping

These workshop materials cover the use of co-occurrence analysis, both simple and weighted, for compositing a variety of data layers to make important natural resource and societal decisions.

Disease-Resistant Crabapples

Crabapples are a mainstay of our landscape palette in New England. Their beautiful bloom, small stature, and attractive fruit give them year-round interest…unless they are devastated by disease! Crabapples are susceptible to four major diseases which can cause early defoliation, disfigurement and weakening of trees.

Drought Tolerant Plants for New Hampshire Landscapes

Lists drought tolerant plants for New Hampshire.

Efficient Water Use in Landscapes and Nurseries

Intended for commercial landscapers, property managers and nursery audiences.

Enhancing Landscape Use of Native Shrubs: Moving Beyond Winterberry

presentation by Jessica Lubbell at NNE Nursery Conference 2015

Fertilizing Trees and Shrubs

Describes when to fertilize; how to manage soil pH; what fertilizers to use; how much to use; and how to apply fertilizers.

Landscape Trees and Their Susceptibility to Invasive Insects - brochure

NH is facing a major threat to the health of our forest and landscape trees from exotic invasive insects. These invaders include the Asian longhorned beetle (ALB), emerald ash borer (EAB), hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA), and elongate hemlock scale (EHS). This guide helps growers and consumers become aware of which trees are susceptible to future infestation by these devastating insects and guides them in the selection of non-sussceptible landscape and street trees.

Landscape Trees and their Susceptibility to Invasive Insects - poster

NH is facing a major threat to the health of our forest and landscape trees from exotic invasive insects. These invaders include the Asian longhorned beetle (ALB), emerald ash borer (EAB), hemlock woolly adelgid (HWA), and elongate hemlock scale (EHS). This guide helps growers and consumers become aware of which trees are susceptible to future infestation by these devastating insects and guides them in the selection of non-sussceptible landscape and street trees.

Looking for Japanese Barberry?

Japanese Barberry is prohibited from sale or planting in NH. Consider using these alternatives.

Planting Trees in Designed and Built Community Landscapes

Gives a checklist for success to plant and grow trees correctly, and to properly maintain new and older plantings.

Pruning Evergreens in the Landscape

Information on when to prune, what tools to use, and pruning techniques.

Slow-Release Fertilizers for Home Gardens and Landscapes

Information on comparing and choosing  slow-release fertilizers for your garden or landscape.

Sour Mulch

Question of the Week

Summary of Ten Natural Principles to Guide your Landscape Practices

Summary of Ten Natural Principles to Guide your Landscape Practices

(excerpted from Integrated Landscaping: Following Nature’s Lead by Lauren Chase Rowell, Katherine Hartnett, Mary Tebo and Marilyn Wyzga, UNH Cooperative Extension, 2007)

The Best Plants for New Hampshire Gardens and Landscapes

The Best Plants for New Hampshire Gardens and Landscapes order form



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