The Nursery is open Fridays 9 to 4, Saturdays 8 to noon and other times by appointment – call 603-543-0384.
Off-site projects continue all week.
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The nursery still has a good supply of shrubs and trees. We will have raspberries, blueberries, blackberries, grapes as well as a large selection of fruit trees including apples, pears, peaches, plums and cherries. We also will have waterlilies, elderberries, rhubarb, asparagus and strawberries.
The hydrangea are flowering – several varieties including tree forms.
The altheas (Rose of Sharon) are starting to flower as well as the summersweet – very fragrant!
Like many businesses, we now have a smaller work crew. However, projects are moving along and progress is being made. We appreciate the patience by those waiting for us.
Hopefully the fall weather will be good – less rain.
We’ve been involved with many water projects including large ponds, back yard reflection pools, pondless waterfalls, and even interior pools. Water features give hours of enjoyment and adds another dimension to your yard.
We also have water lilies available at the nursery.
Invasive Plant and Insect Control
We are surrounded by plants that are not native to our area. Many of these plants are considered invasive and have become a serious problem for all of us.
We can help manage these invasive plants by mechanical means and/or chemical applications. If you are concerned about your invasive plants, call us and we can offer a plan to help the native plants return.
We also can help you control insects, scales and fungi attacking your plants.
Forestry and Arboriculture
We no longer do forest management plans for current use as we’ve had to focus on other aspects of our business. We do however, take care for shade trees and small tracts of forests. Basically “Urban Forestry”.
Tree care for home owners is increasing in part do to the threat of invasive insects. The Emerald Ash Borer is around everywhere now. So, if you have an important ash tree on your property, call us. We can help protect ash from this borer.
Our Christmas season starts the day after Thanksgiving, November 24th in 2023. We’ll have wreaths, roping, sprays, swags and trees for sale. Many of the products are made by us here at the greenhouses. Our Christmas trees are grown by us just a few miles from here – mostly Fraser Fir.
We also grow shade trees, crabapples and other ornamental trees.