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Drought conditions in New Hampshire are not as uncommon as you might think. Eleven out of the last twenty years have seen rainfall totals anywhere between 10%-24% below normal. 2000-2003 saw the longest standing drought; the drought of 2016 the most severe since the 1960’s. The summer of 2020 has seen moderate drought conditions since… Read More »

There are many different types of trees and shrubs that you can show off in your yard. However, due to factors like extreme New Hampshire weather – or even just the plant’s natural growth cycle – your tree or shrub might not always look its best. Maybe you might want to give your plant a… Read More »

When it comes to flowers, there are hundreds of varieties with different colors, shapes, and sizes that can be combined into infinite flower designs. However, not all flowers bloom at the same time, and some are replaced year after year. Here’s a look at the different types of flowers, so you can make wise flower… Read More »

Did you know that Groundhog Landscaping offers pest control services? No we don’t spray for ants or cockroaches – but our sister company, Groundhog Turf Care, is very much involved with Plant Health Care – which you could call “pest control services for trees and shrubs.” Since 2014, Groundhog Turf Care has been the follow-up… Read More »

Weeding your garden or flower beds can seem like an overwhelming task. You need the right weapons and the right strategy to win the “war of the weeds.” At Groundhog Landscaping, we are seasoned veterans in winning this war and would like to share some garden weeding tips with you. First, gather your weapons: Pitchfork… Read More »

As one of the largest landscaping companies in southern New Hampshire, we plant whole lot of nursery stock. It’s important to us that we are using plant plants that will perform well in this climate. Very often these are commercial properties where the soil and water conditions are less than favorable and often exposed to… Read More »

The answer to the question “when is the best time to plant a tree” is 10 years ago; the second best time to plant a tree is today! Since it takes time for trees to mature and add value to the landscape – and sooner is better than later – here are a few tips… Read More »