Tag Archives: Gardening

School Gardening Grant Update

Maple Wood Elementary School, Somersworth We have six third grade classrooms at Maple Wood Elementary and with the grant money we were able to get three pots per classroom, seeds and soil. Students were able to take turns planting. We … Continue reading

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Dill

NorthEast Seacoast Unit – Herb Society of America: In addition to being delicious, dill plants are a host plant for Swallowtail butterflies. Be sure to plant some for yourself and to share. Learn more at our August 20th webinar, “Herbs: … Continue reading

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Weed Walk

On Thursday, July 18, approximately twenty people joined John Hart, Professor Emeritus Horticultural Technology, UNH Thompson School, for a walk through beautiful Wagon Hill Community Gardens in Durham to identify and discuss weeds. Want information on weeds? Here are a … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday

Submitted by: Jon B., MG since 1996

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Museum gardens

Ogunquit Museum of American Art, 543 Shore Road, Ogunquit, Maine, showcases over 3,000 pieces of modern art inside, and several more outside in their beautiful gardens. Submitted by:  Jean O., MG since 2009

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Wordless Wednesday

Photo credit:  Walter Keane, a friend of SCMGA

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Astilbe

I love astilbes. They are looking particularly good this year in my shady border, due I believe to the rainy June we had. I planted white, pink, and red ones in front of a shrub border, with hosta and heuchera … Continue reading

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