Tag Archives: Master Gardeners Strafford County

Amaryllis Bulbs

Reblogged from: Larry Hodgson, CN, Laidbackgardener.blog WHY DO WE PLANT AMARYLLIS BULBS WITH THEIR NECK EXPOSED? You’ve probably always been told that you have to plant an amaryllis (Hippeastrum) leaving the top third of the bulb exposed. Thus many gardeners are convinced that this is … Continue reading

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Gardening buffet

As we enjoy the warm temperatures and gardening opportunities the month of July provides, here are three gardening links that might capture your interest. You can click on the title of the post or the photo. Happy gardening. 😎 Late June, … Continue reading

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Seedling Harvest

State Forest Nursery Seedling Harvest NH State Forest Nursery, 405 Daniel Webster Highway, Boscawen, NH April 4, 6, 11 and 13, 9:00 – 4:00 each day Cost: None CEUs: 2, Volunteer hours: 5-6 Come join in the fun sorting and … Continue reading

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Strafford County Conservation District

We are offering a variety of low-cost shade trees, fruit trees, berry bushes, flower bulbs, and more! Our catalog changes every year, check it out below to see what’s new. Orders are due March 17th, 2017. You’ll pick up your … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday

Submitted by:  Debby B., MG since 2010

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Radical Perennials Webinar

My kick-off national gardening Webinar, Radical Perennials: Unstoppable Color! No-Fuss! Environmentally Responsible! is less than a week away! Hundreds of gardeners from across the country are already registered to attend this lively lecture that features gorgeous perennials and includes detailed … Continue reading

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