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Carroll County Landscape was honored to be the tow vehicle for the Libby Museum 100 year anniversary float in this year's Fourth of July parade. It was a great experience and a lot of fun working with such a fantastic group of volunteers from the Libby Museum.
We experimented with a pink Korean Dogwood called Satomi last fall and it came through the winter in perfect health.

We will be using it more now that we know that it is winter hardy in the Wolfeboro area. I think you'll agree that it has a very attractive flower.


Early this summer we became involved in another local Wolfeboro beautification effort. Carroll County Landscape, Inc. provided the design, consulting and supervision of the perennial planting project along Main Street in front of Rite Aid, Hunters IGA and the Sunoco station. Town employees and volunteers made the planting effort possible. In it's first summer the display of flowers was impressive and received many compliments. We're looking forward to next season. With a full year of establishment behind it the display should be even more full and attractive.



Once again we had a landscape that was on the Hospice House Tour. We started work on this landscape in early spring and had it ready for the house tour by early July with a short break in between for the remainder of the driveway to be completed. We look forward to yet another one of our landscapes on Springfield Point to be part of next year's tour. The Hospice House Tour and their many volunteers are to be commended for all their time and effort. The generous contribution of homeowners to allow their properties to be viewed by so many is also deserving of many thanks.



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