Sunday, July 16th, 2023

New: “Pineridge”

White Pines are likely the most abundant tree here in New Hampshire. If you leave a pasture or meadow unmowed, it’s inevitable white pine saplings will sprout up in a season or two. Over the years, pine forests have grown from what had been cleared, worked farmland. Stone walls deep in dense woods and forests are the only reminders of how most of the state had been cleared for farming. They’re the kind of tree you can love and hate simultaneously. When they’re where they belong, they can be beautiful. When they sprout up where they shouldn’t be, they’re invasive and ugly. This stand of mature trees creates an interesting weaved pattern behind a local barn, and gives them the sense of being where they belong. “Pineridge” 30 x 24

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