Member's Favorite Places & Websites

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This page lists some of the club's favorite websites,  Enjoy!

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Fuller Gardens is a public botanical garden that was once part of the summer estate of Alvan T. Fuller on the Seacoast of New Hampshire. It’s a delightful oasis situated a stone’s throw from the ocean. 

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Kerry Ann has given lectures, workshops and classes throughout New England, across the United States and even in Canada.  She is an entertaining, inspirational and educational speaker who enjoys mingling humor with down-to-earth, garden-transforming expertise.

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Author and kitchen garden designer

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A family-run flower farm & seed company, specializing in unique, uncommon & heirloom flowers.

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Rolling Green Nursery is a nine-acre grower/retailer garden center committed to raising healthy and vigorous plant material for your projects, and providing premier horticultural advice throughout southern New Hampshire.

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Our flower farm specializes in dahlias, which we grow for local sales to florists, caterers, weddings, and for roadside sales at our self-serve flower cart.  We currently grow over 80 varieties of dahlias.

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Harmon Hill Farm, located in Zone 5 in southern New Hampshire, is operated by Carl and Marlene Harmon. We've been growing daylilies since 1998 and display over 4,400 cultivars and our price list contains over 2,000 cultivars.

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Pawtuckaway Nursery is a family-owned retail garden center and nursery serving the horticultural needs of Rockingham and Strafford counties for more than 30 years. Located on 16 acres of beautiful wetlands and woodlands in Lee, NH, we offer a large and diverse selection of trees, shrubs, perennials, annuals and garden supplies as well as delivery, design, and installation services. 

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"Honeybee Nutrition" is the 2021 theme of the New Hampshire Beekeepers Association (NHBA) Healthy Hives Project.  Since a flower's pollen and nectar provide protein and carbohydrates for our bees, we are collecting observations of which flowers are blooming across the state, if there are pollinators on those flowers, and if the observer happens to notice, the color of any pollen on the bees.