From Concept to Oasis

In the video below, Justin Gamester, President & CEO, recently caught up with a client that trusted and worked very closely with us to turn his landscaping dreams into a reality at his stunning Seacoast home. Because of loyal customers like the Guyton’s, and the relationships we have built along the way, we have the […]

A Look Ahead at 2024 Landscape Trends

Achieving the backyard of your dreams means planning ahead! With winter fast approaching, now is the time to think about your landscaping projects for the coming year. Looking ahead to 2024, we see some trends emerging–both aesthetic and practical–that will impact the way we design and use outdoor spaces. There’s a growing emphasis on sustainability, […]

Putting Your Northern New England Plants and Gardens to Bed for the Winter

As the crisp Autumn air settles in and the vibrant foliage of Northern New England begins to fade, it’s time to start thinking about preparing your garden for the long winter ahead. The transition from fall to winter is a crucial period for both seasoned gardeners and those new to the New England region.

Landscape Permitting for New Hampshire & Maine Wetlands 101

When Is A Permit Required For Landscape Construction? If you live on the Seacoast of New Hampshire, or in southern Maine, it’s likely you live near a marsh, river, lake, coastline, or a vernal pond. If that’s the case and you’re looking to make changes to your landscape, you’ll need a permit. Why? Largely because […]

Safety Is Paramount When it Comes to Tree Removal

The Importance of Safe Tree Removal At Piscataqua Landscaping & Tree Service, we understand that tree removal is a job that demands expertise, precision, and above all, safety. Our team of specialists adhere to strict safety procedures in order to protect themselves, onlookers, and surrounding properties in New Hampshire and Maine. According to Tree Services […]

Harsh Winter Took a Toll on the Plants

A note from Piscataqua Landscaping’s Plant Healthcare Manager & ISA Certified Arborist, Chris Kemp.June 2023 As most of you may have noticed, Mother Nature was not kind to our plants this year.  The winter was harsher than we have seen in the past. You are probably seeing an enormous amount of dead plants and/or struggling plants. […]

4 Reasons to Work with PLTS 

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4 Reasons to Work with PLTS By Jay Rotonnelli, VP Business Development Spring is finally here, and with it comes the promise of warmer weather, longer days, and blooming gardens. As the days grow longer, homeowners across the country are getting ready to start their spring landscaping projects. If you have a home in the Lakes […]

Time to Clean Up and Get Outside!

A beautiful house on the Seacoast with a Piscataqua Landscaping Truck in the forefront.

Time to Clean Up and Get Outside! Now that spring is here, it’s time to think about ways to spruce up your landscaping. Do you need to address any winter tree-related issues? Now is the perfect time to  schedule services with the trusted pros at Piscataqua Landscaping and Tree Service. Our team understands the importance […]

Landscape Design & Construction: How it Works

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Landscape Design & Construction: How it Works By Mark Hogan, MCLP, NHCLP Design Construction Manager, PLTS The advice I received early in my career was to find your passion and follow your heart. For me that has always involved working with the Natural World. I started work on a vegetable and apple farm. I worked  […]