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(We do not ship plants or take pre-orders except for veggie plants in the spring)
No Drop-ins outside of open weekends, please!
We are located at 439 Pembroke Street, Pembroke NH 03275
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Native Plant Nursery
Native plants are in demand because of the vital role they play in maintaining and restoring ecosystems. Development and environmental pressures have compromised or destroyed many areas of native vegetation, therefore we strive to provide locally raised or disease-resistant varieties that will enhance our unique New Hampshire countryside.
We only use earth-friendly practices in both the greenhouse and in the native-plant nursery. For information about Organic Certification, please see the blog article.
Dedicated to New Hampshire
At Found Well Farm, our academic and practical experience with the New Hampshire landscape motivates our business. If you need something we are not offering, please ask!
Our plants are used in local planting efforts!
*McLane Audubon Center, Concord NH
*Karner Blue Butterfly Habitat, Concord - NH Fish & Game
*Society for the Protection of NH Forests, Concord
*Town Hall, Meredith NH
*Unitarian-Universalist Church of Concord, NH Memorial Garden
*New Castle, NH Library
*Town of Pembroke, NH
*NH National Guard, Concord NH
*Benson Park, Hudson NH
Goats as Brush Control Wizards!
We use a woodstove in the greenhouse to save on the amount of fossil fuel we burn to keep the seedlings safe on chilly spring nights. It won’t eliminate the need for propane, it is carbon neutral!
Farm as Wildlife Habitat
Found Well Farm has been certified by the National Wildlife Federation as having all the elements needed to promote wildlife conservation.
We have opted to use fabric pots banked in wood chips rather than plastic pots to improve the quality of root systems and to decrease watering demand. Less transplant shock means less worry for you too. Plant one of our trees and see!
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