Friday, April 15, 2011

Dig In- Pruning Dogwood

I am happy to introduce Dig In, a new post on Notes from Juniper Hill that will feature gardening tips and how-to from Annette "Nettie" Rynearson.  Nettie is a Cornell educated horticulturalist who, three decades ago, founded Uncanoonuc Mt. Perennials, in Goffstown, New Hampshire.  Uncanoonuc specializes in low maintenance and cold-hardy perennials, shrubs and roses that are suitable for New England gardens.  They grow almost 80% of what they sell at their 2-acre facility in Goffstown.  They have gorgeous display gardens so you can see what your newly purchased plants will look like when mature, and most of the perennials are conveniently planted in blocks so you can compare varieties easily.  If you haven't yet visited Nettie and her friendly staff at the nursery on top of Uncanoonuc Mountain, you should head up there as soon as possible.  This year's opening day is Wednesday, April 27th.  For more information on Uncanoonuc, along with hours of operation, you can visit their website by clicking here.

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