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2015 Conservation Plant Sale is Now Accepting Orders 

  

Click here for Plant Descriptions & Order Form!

 

Please submit by March 16th to

11 Industrial Park Dr,  

Walpole, NH 03608 

 or email to

sharlene@cheshireconservation.org     

 

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Join us for the upcoming workshop to help you with your landscaping decisions:

Attracting Bees, Birds & Butterflies presented by Michael Nerrie from Distant Hill Gardens

Thursday, January 15, 2015, Keene Public Library

10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

 

We are offering a variety of top quality  

-Evergreen and deciduous trees

- Mushrooms 

- Fruiting trees and shrubs 

-Wildlife and landscaping shrubs 

- Perennials  

- Medicinals 

-Plant markers (New!)

-Pollinator Seed Mix (New!)

 

Check out the PLANT DESCRIPTION link above to read about them ALL!

 

Many of the species we offer are native. For this reason they are healthy, hardy plants adapted to our local growing conditions. Once established they require less watering, fertilizers, and pesticide  .

 

Plants are selected for environmental benefits such as, reforestation, wind protection, shade, bank stabilization, and wildlife food and cover.

This year we are working with Fedco to bring you top quality plants and Wichland Woods to bring you mushrooms for your backyard.

 

All of the proceeds from the sale will benefit conservation efforts in

Cheshire County. Thus, in addition to improving your landscape

you are helping fund conservation projects in your local community.  

 

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