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Keyword: landscape plants (12)

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.

Enhancing Landscape Use of Native Shrubs: Moving Beyond Winterberry

presentation by Jessica Lubbell at NNE Nursery Conference 2015

Looking for Burning Bush?

Burning Bush is prohibited from sale and planting in NH. Consider using these alternatives.

Looking for Norway Maple?

Norway Maple is prohibited from sale or planting in NH. Consider using these alternatives.

 

Planting and Mulching Trees and Shrubs

Information on selecting and planting trees and shrubs, staking and mulching, watering  and providing care during establishment.

Plants for Every Use

The foregoing is excerpted from The Best Plants For New Hampshire Gardens and Landscapes.

Pruning Evergreens in the Landscape

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

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

What to Look for When Buying Landscape Plants

Investing in quality plants is the first step in assuring long-term satisfaction when choosing trees or shrubs.

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