Groundhog Landscaping Trucks in Derry NH

2022 Year in Review

2022 has been another benchmark year at Groundhog Landscaping. We have been busy little beavers – er, groundhogs – moving mounds of earth and doing a quantity & quality of work that surprises even us. To us, running a large landscaping company isn’t just about the money – it’s about setting goals and rising to …

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gravel processing equipment at Groundhog Landscaping

On-Site Materials Processing Services

At Groundhog Landscaping, our trucks move will between 80 and 100,000 yards of screened loam and about 60,000 yards of clean fill each year. That’s a tall order. While our on-site materials processing equipment has the ability to produce that quantity, the challenge becomes finding the resources. This has prompted us to come up with …

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paver patio and fire pit

What Is Hardscaping?

Hardscaping can be described as (n.) “non-living structures in the built environment that are incorporated into a landscape” and also (v.) “the process and operations involved in building hardscape structures.” We would also add that hardscaping is hard! Lifting tons of concrete and shoveling gravel in the heat of the summer is not for the …

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Summer Lawn Care Tips

As spring rolls into summer, the needs of your lawn change. Summer brings a shift in environmental conditions such as heat, humidity and evaporation. With these conditions come a host of summer turf problems not typically seen in spring or fall. We asked our turf care specialist, Nick Makris, to weigh in on some of …

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Caring For New Lawns

At Groundhog Landscaping, we want your new lawn to be the best-looking lawn on the block. While using a quality hydroseed mix and proper soil preparation are critical elements for germination, there are three major post-seeding activities that will determine the success or failure of a new lawn: Watering, Mowing, and Fertilizing. Here are some …

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