Gardening is a fantastic hobby to get in touch with nature, create gorgeous scenery, and maybe even yield some tasty fruits and vegetables. With years of experience landscaping in New England and hundreds of hours researching, we’ve learned what works and what doesn’t in this climate and part of the country.


All planting beds are prepared by leveling the ground, introducing top-quality soil, and adding soil conditioner. Soil conditioning is accomplished by rototilling organic material into the existing soil along with any topsoil that may be required to achieve the necessary elevations.


After you’ve chosen your desired plant materials, we install them in an arrangement that will be both eye appealing and effective in maintaining a healthy piece of nature. We can install already-blossomed flowers or plant seeds that you get to see grow from almost nothing into a beautiful flower or food source.


Weed block can be added to prevent weed growth, but routine maintenance will be required to keep your garden in tip-top shape. The amount of maintenance depends on the type of plants you want to include in your garden.


Given New Hampshire’s climate, your options are somewhat limited to plants that can survive our winters. While this does limit us slightly, there is still a vast variety of plants, vegetables, and fruits that you can choose from to include in your new garden.

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