NH Audubon and The Center for Wildlife presents The NH Bat Project and How you can be a Bat Citizen Scientist Join biologist Cynthia Nichols and The Center for Wildlife to learn all about the many species of bats in NH & ME, how bats help our forests and farms, and how you can help bats! […]
PERENNIALS & SHRUBS THAT ATTRACT BUTTERFLIES Your butterfly garden should be planted in the sunniest location in your garden. Butterflies need the warmth of the sun to raise their body temperatures. Be sure to include purple, pink, yellow, and white flowers in the garden as these colors attract butterflies. Supply food (host) plants for the […]
GROWING CITRUS Citrus are amazing plants with some of the most fragrant flowers and fruit found in nature. The citrus has a rich history and can be traced back over 4000 years to Southeast Asia. Once thought to remedy poison, the citrus is now a major economic crop producing over 105 million tons […]
We will be closing temporarily Monday, November 6th through Tuesday, November 14th to move into our new greenhouse space. We will reopen WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15th for regular business hours 8am-5pm. Thanks so much for your patience, we look forward to seeing you for the upcoming holiday season!