Outdoor

Outdoor

Tamar

A heavy-lift ship arrives at the state pier this afternoon, and a couple of other vessels are expected later this week — including a particularly massive one Friday. Details in this week's installment of Port Watch.

Foodscaping

The UNH Cooperative Extension shares tips for rethinking your yard's edible landscape.

Discovery Bay

The EIT Paloma pulled into port this morning and sails tonight, when the tanker New England arrives. Many other ships will follow over the course of the week. Get the details in Port Watch.

Flowers

The UNH Cooperative Extensions shares tips on pairing perennial plants for continuous bloom and season-long interest in varying light soil conditions.

swan baltic

It will be a busy afternoon at the Port of New Hampshire, with two separate tug-and-barge units slated to arrive in advance of tomorrow’s storm. Get the details in Port Watch.

soil

The time to start certain garden seeds is right around the corner. The UNH Cooperative Extension Center has some tips for getting off to a great start this season.

Stranger Finkel featured

Journalist Michael Finkel, author of "The Stranger in the Woods," shares the true story of a man who lived in the Maine woods for 27 years. Finkel will be in Portsmouth next week.

As spring approaches, things get a bit slower at the Port of New Hampshire. A couple of vessels sailed on Saturday, leaving the port empty until Thursday, when a salt ship is due to arrive. Get the details in Port Watch.

Dependable

There is much commerce transpiring at the Port of New Hampshire this week, with several ships already in port and more on the way. Get the details in this week's installment of Port Watch.

Linda Lee Bouchard

The Iver Prosperity sailed in this morning, joining the Leo at the Port of New Hampshire. Both ships sail on Tuesday, but several others are due in later this week. Get the details in this week's installment of Port Watch.