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Get into the growing groove at Riverbanks Botanic...
Contributed by Riverbanks Botanical Garden Visit Riverbanks Botanical Garden on the first Saturday of spring and dig into a new growing season during Riverbanks’ annual Springtime at the Garden...
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We're snowshoeing ever closer to the start of spr...
It's a pretty even bet snow will still be on the ground the first day of spring. I've yet to find a single person, even the most enthusiastic snow bunny or addled cold-weather fanatic, who has not...
Read more at Lebanon Daily News
Gardening Q&A - Ask the Master Gardeners: March 2...
A: You probably have to buy the tomatillo or husk tomato (Physalis ixocarpa) by seed. There are lots of varieties available, such as Cape Gooseberry, Mayan Husk Tomato, and Rendidora. When I was a kid...
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Get your garden tour-ready
Sarah Anderson, owner of Joyscapes Garden Design, is working with two of the garden owners for the 2014 Cape Fear Garden Club Azalea Garden Tour. She gave us a rundown of what it takes to get a garden...
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Danelle Cutting: Good fruit care yields good fruit
Salisbury Post Danelle Cutting: Good fruit care yields good fruit SALISBURY � Growing fruits can be very rewarding if they are cared for properly. If fruit trees, shrubs or vines are neglected, it...
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The Golden Rule
Do unto others and you’d have them do unto you has been proven true. I met a young lady named Alma Dennis last week who is set to celebrate 100 years of life this weekend. You know what she attributes...
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Prepare your soil ready for rain (when it comes)
Prepare your soil ready for rain (when it comes) Story Tools Related Items THERE is no sense in me going on about the dry weather, as you all are aware of its impact. I want to discuss what you...
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Garden Q&A: What's bloomin' wrong with camellias?
I have sasanqua camellias and japonicas. The sasanquas bloom fine year to year. The japonicas have buds, but they haven’t bloomed well since
ed them a few years ago. What could be the...
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Brutal winter is good for local farmers
TAZEWELL CO. Ill -- These fields may not look like much to the average person, but they look awfully promising to area farmers, mostly because of the snow. "Right now we probably have 10 to 12 inches...
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Thorny problems: can I grow fresh figs for breakf...
Figs can be successfully grown in large containers if they get the right treatment. I had some success with one planted in the hugest half barrel I could find, with drainage holes drilled 2in (5cm) up...
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