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Have questions about NC Greenprints? Need help navigating the site? Looking for a Certified Plant Professional? Try our FAQ’s below. If you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, send us a note!

What is a “Greenprint”?

A Greenprint is a step-by-step guide to successfully navigate your next a landscape project. Greenprints include the tools and items you’ll need in order to complete a project successfully, and you can tailor your Greenprint to fit your schedule, budget or skill level through our filters.

Where do I start? is a source for most anything you need to know about do-it-yourself landscaping in North Carolina. The Greenprints tab hosts a library of landscaping projects complete with step-by-step guides to help you complete each job successfully — check out the search filters on the Greenprints page to find the project that suits your needs!

How do I search for a Greenprint?

Using the keyword search bar, you can explore our library of Greenprints. For example, if you’re looking for a mailbox project, typing in the word “mailbox” will pull all of the Greenprint projects that could improving the appearance of your mailbox area. You can also search for Greenprints based on your type of residence, skill level budget and the amount of time you’d like to dedicate to the project.

If I’m having trouble with a project, whom can I reach out to for help?

We are always here to help! Feel free to use the form on our contact page to get in touch, give us a call at (919) 816-9119, email us at, or find us on Facebook and Twitter.

Can I print a copy of the Greenprint I want to accomplish?

Yes, all Greenprints are printer and mobile friendly so that you can bring your step-by-step guide out to your yard, local nursery or garden center!

Can I suggest a Greenprint or project idea of my own?

Yes, we want to hear from you! You can send us your Greenprint ideas through the form on our contact page, or by sending us an email. The more ideas you send, the more likely it is that we will create a new Greenprint to match your requests! You can also tag your own Greenprint creations on Facebook and Twitter using #NCGreenprints!