Archives for General Landscaping

New Hampshire is in the heart of hardwood country. Because of this, bark mulch is a very popular and readily available material to use around your trees and shrubs. It does an excellent job preventing weeds and holding moisture in the soil around landscape plants. At Groundhog Landscaping, we sell a lot of bark mulch.… Read More »

Perennial gardening is an art. No doubt about that. To be the envy of the neighborhood year after year the same dependable display of flowers is something to be proud of. Today I like to share a little secret about how to get perennial color year after year without having to pamper your flower beds.… Read More »

Do you feel like your backyard could use a makeover? Do you have great space but aren’t sure what to do with it? Would you like to extend some of your home elements into the backyard? If so, then you might want to consider landscaping your backyard. There are numerous ideas and ways to create… Read More »

Groundhog Landscaping has officially opened a new NH lawn care services division to compliment its service offerings. In a recent press release, Todd Bahan noted that while Groundhog Landscaping has been providing landscape construction and landscaping maintenance services to its client base for more than 15 years, it did not have a formal lawn care… Read More »

Consider Pool Pavers For Your Pool Area Despite the relatively short summer months in New Hampshire, nothing is better on a hot summer day then slipping into a nice clean pool and enjoying the elegance and charm of a landscaped area. If the pool was surrounded by dirt and grass and mud, the pool would… Read More »

NH Tree Planting Services – Increase The Value of Your Home! Maturity…it’s what everyone wants… Or should I say “maturer-tree?” In a previous newsletter I talked about the value of your landscape as an investment. To unpack that a little bit more, I’d like to focus on your trees. The value of trees is obvious… Read More »

NH Brick Walkway Maintenance Which one of these items should not be on your to do list? A. Rake leaves B. Cleanup sticks C. Mulch beds D. Sweep stone dust into walkway If you guessed "D." you are right. In fact, after a walkway is installed, you shouldn't have to do anything to it. But alas,… Read More »

NH Walkway Construction  What You MUST Know Before Installing a Brick Walkway Old looking bricks are cool but an old looking walkway is not. If your brick paver walkway is splitting apart, sinking at the steps or rolling away on the edges, it can be a sign of a more serious problem. Just as a… Read More »

There is nothing like the finished look of a freshly cut edge and a colorful layer of bark mulch on your planting beds. It’s like the frosting on a cake! Of all of the spring yard projects, bark mulching takes the most time. Especially when you’re trying to do it on weekends and evenings when… Read More »

Weeds! You know they’re coming. It happens every year and you dread it. I’m not talking about the relatives at the holidays. I’m talking about- yes, you guessed it- weeds. Wherever there is dirt and water there will be weeds. To help you in your War of the Weeds this year allow me to offer… Read More »