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Trees, Shrubs and Flowering Plants

All our Trees, Shrubs, Annuals and Perennials are locally sourced from growers in the Northeast. Our trained staff works very hard to take the best possible care of our green goods by watering, pruning and fertilizing when needed. We are committed to providing the best possible solution for our customers’ backyards & landscapes.

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Soils, Fertilizers and Mulch

We carry the very best in organic material from Coast of Maine. We are a Master Nursery Garden Center so have exclusive access to Master Nursery branded products such as Bumper Crop Soil Builder. Click on videos below for more information on Coast of Maine Products.

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Garden Accents & Outdoor Living

If you are looking for something to bring out the best in your backyard landscape whether it’s a beautiful pot for a container garden, art for your outside wall, or the tinkling of water while outside enjoying your private oasis, we have it here at Benson’s Garden Center. We stock the very best in Trellises, Arbors, Fountains, Pond Supplies, Birding, Pottery, Outdoor Furniture and Gift items.

POLAR PEACH

SUPERBELLS® Double Amber Calibrachoa
SUPERTUNIA MINI VISTA® Indigo Petunia
SUPERBENA SPARKLING® Amethyst Verbena

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2024 National Recipes

Sunshine State Hanging Basket

HEART TO HEART® ‘Chinook’ Caladium
HEART TO HEART® ‘White Wonder’ Caladium

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SUPERTUNIA VISTA®

JAZZBERRY® PETUNIA

It’s easy to see why Vista View is one of our most popular hanging basket recipes. It combines three colors of Supertunia Vista petunias including Jazzberry®, Bubblegum® and Snowdrift™

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‘PINK PROFUSION’
SALVIA

 

Lots of perennials are beautiful, but few check more boxes than ‘Pink Profusion’ perennial salvia.

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LET’S DANCE SKY VIEW®
HYDRANGEA MACROPHYLLA X SERRATA

 

GORGEOUS SKY BLUE BLOSSOMS
Easy to shift from pink to blue, you’ll soon enjoy the color of the sky down at eye level.

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‘STORM CLOUD’
AMSONIA

 

This beauty flourishes from spring through fall with little more than sunshine and occasional watering.

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Helpful Tips for your backyard garden.

There are many reasons to grow a garden and there is nothing like a home grown veggie!  All gardening begins with a plan. The desired site for your garden should have at least six hours of direct sunlight a day (bigger harvest and better taste!). The soil should be loose for root movement; it should also be well-drained to prevent root rot.

Crops must be spaced properly to prevent overcrowding which actually leads to less production. Why? The plants compete for the sunlight and water, and there is no room to grow if not spaced properly. A New Hampshire seed chart https://www.ufseeds.com/learning/planting-schedules/new-hampshire-vegetable-planting-calendar/ can help you make the proper decisions on planting times, harvest dates, and distance between plants which can lead to a successful garden.

Plant your peas, potatoes, cauliflower, broccoli, brussel sprouts, and cabbage at the end of March, early April. These are all cool weather veggies. Tomatoes, Peppers and Cucumbers need warmer weather to grow. If you don’t want to start from seed you can buy the starter plants at most Garden Centers at the beginning of the season. If you need an activity to do with your children get your seeds started inside. Here is an article to help: https://extension.unh.edu/resource/starting-plants-seed-fact-sheet  We sell both Coast of Maine Sprouts Island Organic Seed Starting Soil and Miracle Gro Seed Starting Mix.

Some helpful tips:

  1. Plant in a sunny location. Vegetables need at least 6 hours of direct sunlight per day. The more sunlight they receive, the greater the harvest and the better the taste.
  2. Plant in good soil. Plants’ roots penetrate soft soil easily, so you need quality garden soil for needed nutrients. (We recommend Bumper Crop Soil made by Coast of Maine)
  3. Space your crops properly per seed packet instructions. Plants set too close together compete for sunlight, water, and nutrition and fail to mature.
  4. Buy high-quality seeds. A few “extra” cents spent in spring for that year’s seeds will pay off in higher yields at harvest time.
  5. A vegetable garden about 16 x 10 can feed a family of four for one summer.

There’s More Than One kind of Hornworm – Don’t Kill the Good Ones

Don’t kill that hummingbird moth caterpillar – it is NOT the tomato enemy you might think it is.

We’re dealing with two different caterpillars. One is good for your garden, the other one is not, especially if you’re growing tomatoes.

Every year we go through this conversation that begins with people talking about hating to kill the tomato hornworms because they love the hummingbird moths. A flood of comments ensue on what people do — or do not do — to these, but one thing in common is that most people in these conversation threads think that the tomato hornworm turns into the hummingbird moth.

MYTH: The tomato hornworm does not turn into a hummingbird moth.

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