What does New Hampshire grow?

Answer New Hampshire grows watermelon, not cranberries. This is a common misconception.They also grow corn and hay as well as the 120,000 gallons of maple syrup produced there.

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What Kind of Fruit Trees Grow in New Hampshire?

New Hampshire produces approximately 13 million dollars worth of fruit each year, according to the University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension. Both commercial growers and individual gardener... Read More »

Can calla lillies grow in northern New Hampshire?

Calla lilies cannot survive outdoors in northern New Hampshire in the winter. Northern New Hampshire includes USDA hardiness zones 3 to 5. Calla lilies can grow outdoors during warm temperatures bu... Read More »

Does New Hampshire have a sales tax?

According to the New Hampshire Department of Revenue Administration, New Hampshire does not have a general sales tax. The website for the department also states that New Hampshire does not have an... Read More »

Does Medicaid in New Hampshire pay for Alzheimer's care?

Medicaid is a federally funded program that can offer Alzheimer's care to qualified applicants in all states, including New Hampshire. Eligibility criteria will include income and type of facility ... Read More »