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The ground is barely thawed out and you’ve already got lawn damage from moles tunneling under the turf. Anxious to be on top of the lawn care this year, you run out to the home improvement store and there, on a pallet by the door, is your answer – buy a bag of Grub-Ex and… Read More »

It’s been called “the drought of 2016.” The lack of rain this year and the specter of town irrigation bans across New Hampshire has led to a lot of questions about drought tolerant landscaping. We hope that this is merely an odd dry period and rain will fall more regularly in 2017. However, it’s not… Read More »

Fall is called “fall” for a reason—the leaves ACTUALLY fall from the trees! While it’s tempting to ignore them to celebrate the holidays or watch football, leaves can cause problems for your lawn if left unattended. Here are a few reasons why you should clean up your yard when fall rolls around. For starters, wet… Read More »

At Groundhog Landscaping, we have done a lot of irrigation quotes this summer. New Hampshire has been experiencing severe drought since the spring of 2015 and it has taken its toll on lawns. Many of our new lawn sprinkler installation customers told us they were watering by hand but ultimately gave up and lost the… Read More »

It’s surprising how often we get asked this question, but after we install a new patio, our customers want to make sure it stays looking good for years to come. So, I thought this might make a good blog post! You don’t have to seal concrete pavers. However, it can be a good idea. Paver… Read More »

Of course we don’t do landscaping in winter! But I did get your attention, didn’t I? What I mean to say is that a good landscape design in New Hampshire should include plants for winter interest – which can be challenging. When it comes to color, you can rule out flowering – and in some… Read More »

One of the featured projects performed this summer by Groundhog Landscaping’s construction team was this pool design in Londonderry NH. Water. Aside from the pool itself, designing in a water element is essential for relaxation and as a way for guests to come together. A custom-built cabana houses the spa, spacious enough for four to relax… Read More »

Factors Affecting Lawn Disease – by Nick Makris We hope everyone had a happy and safe Independence Day.   Here’s an update as to what we are seeing on landscapes, what we are currently applying to your turf and why we are applying each application. First, we are continuing to see a lot of fungal activity given the… Read More »

If you are looking for an amazing selection of flowering shrubs in New Hampshire, June is your go-to month. Shortly after Mother’s Day is over, yards throughout the area start to burst with just about every color in the rainbow, including rhododendrons, azaleas, lilacs, flowering trees and a huge variety of spring bulbs. During this… Read More »

By Nick Makris We are starting to see a lot of lawn diseases such as red thread, leaf spot, dollar spot and, brown patch.  These turf diseases become active when humidity and temperatures are high.  Given that the conditions are ideal right now there are a few things that you can do as a homeowner… Read More »