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Our Top Picks for Native Plants

Posted by John Tighe on Mon, Apr 28, 2014 @ 10:12 PM

New England native plants are wonderful options for your landscape. We’ve talked about native plants before – see this post on why native plants are low-maintenance and great for the environment, and this one on a few particularly appealing native flowering shrubs. Today, we’ll introduce you to a few of our all-time favorites. A good mix of trees, shrubs, perennials, and groundcover will give you the most beautiful planting design, so we’ve included some of each to fulfill all your gardening needs! Check out our gardening design service’s top picks for New England native plants:

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Tags: native plants, gardening, landscape design, evergreen, garden, plants, shrub, spring, planting

Native New England Plants: Better Gardens Start with Local Trees, Shrubs, and Flowers

Posted by John Tighe on Wed, Jul 10, 2013 @ 08:27 AM

When it comes to your yard, you want a look that’s beautiful, timeless, and easy to maintain. The solution? Native New England plants.

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Tags: landscaping, native plants

Relocating a Tree - Good Idea or Bad Plan?

Posted by John Tighe on Mon, Jul 30, 2012 @ 07:24 AM

Home renovations, climate changes and landscape overhauls may cause you to consider relocating a tree. But before you pull out the shovel and get to work, let's discuss whether or not transplanting is a good or a bad idea.

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Tags: native plants, landscape installation, tree transplant, new hampshire

The Importance of Planting Natives in Your Gardens

Posted by John Tighe on Mon, Jun 18, 2012 @ 11:32 AM

Native flowers, shrubs and trees provide low maintenance performance in your garden. The best natives offer eye-catching colors, stunning foliage and reliable resistance to pests and disease. Experts agree that if you want your yard to look it's best, planting natives is an important step.

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Tags: native plants, new hampshire