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These are two photos of an exciting planting and gardening maintenance project the town of Wolfeboro involved Carroll County Landscape Inc. in this summer. We partnered with the Wolfeboro Parks and Recreation Department in the planting and care of the town's crown jewel: Cate Park. Our gardening crew designed, planted and maintained the beautiful annual displays and both our gardening and grounds maintenance crews maintained the shrub and tree beds from the sidewalk to the shoreline.


Would you believe October 30th 2011!!!
Notice - the trees still have leaves!

Our second fall snow storm on November 23rd, 2011 made for another frustrating break in schedule.
Again we had to wait for snow melt to see bare soil before we could resume our leaf cleanups and work on our installation
projects. Notice how badly the heavy snow bent the trunks of the multi-stem Birch in the middle of one of the photos.

We rebounded from the setback of two major snow storms. These are two photos of a sod project that we completed a couple days before Christmas! Mild temperatures and bare ground continued through New Years.


New Hampshire Landscape Association/New Hampshire Plant Growers Association/
Univ. of NH Cooperative Extension Joint Conference

On January 18th Carroll County Landscape, Inc. was represented at the NHLA/NHPGA/UNHCE Joint Winter Conference held at the Grappone Convention Center in Concord, NH. In attendance were Dave Alessandroni, Mike Nicolay, Justin Dacey, Jan Bicknell and Sue Burkhardt. There was a trade show and educational sessions that filled the day long agenda.

The keynote speaker, Bridget Behe Ph.D, Professor of Horticulture, Michigan State University spoke on the topic of Setting, Following and Avoiding Trends for Businesses in 2012. Other sessions attended by the Carroll County Landscape contingent included; Are You Prepared for the Cultural Shift? Marketing Plants to Future Generations - Angela Palmer, co-owner, Plants Nouveau, LLC., Biocontrol in Landscapes and Natural Areas - Richard Casagrande Ph.D, Professor of Entomology, University of Rhode Island, Hungry Plants? Not in My Garden Center - Brian Krug Ph.D, Greenhouse/Floriculture Specialist, UNH Cooperative Extension and NH's New Rules Concerning Certification Eligibility Requirements Pertaining to Lawncare and Right of Way Pesticide Applications - Robert Wolff - NH Division of Pesticide Control.

Once again the staff of CCL was able to bring a wealth of exciting cutting edge information back to their home base of Wolfeboro, NH to utilize in their landscape design, installation, maintenance and gardening work around the lakes region.

Carroll County Landscape, Inc.   P.O. Box 237  Wolfeboro Falls, NH  03896   Phone:  (603) 569-2013  Fax:  (603) 569-2013