Plantings

Perennial Plant of the Year

Each year the Perennial Plant Association names a new ‘Perennial Plant of the Year’. Plants receive this designation by vote from the members of the association. Plants are chosen based on five criteria: “suitability for a wide range of climate conditions, low-maintenance requirements, relatively pest and disease resistant, readily available in the year of promotion,…

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Spring Ephemerals

As a gardener, the first signs of plants returning after a long winter is very anticipated! Perennials that come back year after year are the staples of a diverse garden. But often, they are not filled out or blooming until late May or even late fall.  The day length, warm soils, and the heat of summer are usually…

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“New England Grows” Conference

People often ask “what do you do for work during the winter?” While we still have projects coming in to design and estimate, it is much quieter! It gives us time to review the previous year, make plans for improvements, and stay current with the landscape industry. This week our staff will be attending New…

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Phenology

As you watch the rivers swell with the melting snow of winter and you feel the temperatures  warm with the onset of spring, know that many plants and animals are paying close attention to these factors as well. The science behind these correlations determines the timing of many events in the environment.   Phenology is the study…

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Patriot Place Project

When sitting on the patio or in the lounge of the Renaissance one can view Gillette Stadium across the street. The only hotel at Patriot Place, The Renaissance stands in a league of its own.  Salmon Falls Nursery furnished and installed all the plant material on site under the auspices of the general contractor. Being…

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