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Kane County Chronicle
Details about the brown marmorated stink bugI field from friends and family throughout the spring and summer months tend to
Kane County Chronicle / Posted yesterday
I field from friends and family throughout the spring and summer months tend toward: “What kind of tree is that?” “Can I plant this in the shade?” and “Do I really have to water this every day?” (Yes, mom, you do.) But for the past few weeks,... Read more
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Roanoke-Chowan News-Herald
300 years of Indian Woodsonly makes sense if the word has its roots not in New York State, but in easter
Roanoke-Chowan News-Herald / Posted 3 days ago
only makes sense if the word has its roots not in New York State, but in eastern North Carolina,” he acknowledged. “Here I plant my corn in early April,” he stated. “Depending on the variety, you can plant even a little earlier some years, but... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
IN THE GARDENthe best place to buy a quality, beautiful blue spruce. And the best informatio
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 7 days ago
the best place to buy a quality, beautiful blue spruce. And the best information. That's where you come in -- when should I plant and what type of care does it need? A I am often asked by gardeners moving to Arkansas from points north and west... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
A garden's endmy failures. Each stick in the ground represents a tomato plant, or eggplants,
Chicago Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
my failures. Each stick in the ground represents a tomato plant, or eggplants, and the string lattice on the left is where I plant the cucumbers. This year, I didn’t clearly mark the cucumber roots with a bright red strip of cloth on a stick, and... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
HOME GROWN: Only a DNA test can identify wild apple seedlingsof business. The problem is that they raised them in a greenhouse and they have
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
of business. The problem is that they raised them in a greenhouse and they have not been out in the direct sun. I know if I plant them now, they are going to burn severely. They are really pot-bound so I need to get them planted now so they are... Read more
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Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune
20 Questions with Kendra Madsenin the Grande Prairie area for 15 years – 13 of those on our acreage near Beave
Grande Prairie Daily Herald-Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
in the Grande Prairie area for 15 years – 13 of those on our acreage near Beaverlodge. I love gardening (particularly since I plant and hubby waters, weeds and picks the produce!). Our acreage was bare and neglected when we bought it, so we enjoy... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Pipi’s Pasture: Saying goodbye to the gardenand pumpkins would make it through the first frost, but I covered some of the p
Craig Daily Press / Posted 22 days ago
and pumpkins would make it through the first frost, but I covered some of the pepper plants, the tomatoes and one zucchini plant. No tarps this time, though. I used gunnysacks that were easy to handle and weren't likely to blow off. Now, after a... Read more
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Wayne Post
What's Up With That: Sunflower tree makes a surprise appearanceAnd as a gardening buff with a special appreciation for flowers of all sizes an
Wayne Post / Posted 24 days ago
And as a gardening buff with a special appreciation for flowers of all sizes and colors, she would know. “I know what I plant,” Penner said. “And I never planted that.” So of all people who might know more about it, she has no answers on how... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Some gardening questions for the Help Deskat 535 S. Randall Road in St. Charles. Here are some commonly asked questions.
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 25 days ago
at 535 S. Randall Road in St. Charles. Here are some commonly asked questions. I want to grow more perennials. What can I plant that isn’t on the rabbit buffet? It seems the rabbit population is on the rise! Rabbits, specifically eastern... Read more
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MPNnow.com
What's Up With That: Sunflower tree makes a surprise appearanceAnd as a gardening buff with a special appreciation for flowers of all sizes an
MPNnow.com / Posted 27 days ago
And as a gardening buff with a special appreciation for flowers of all sizes and colors, she would know. “I know what I plant,” Penner said. “And I never planted that.” So of all people who might know more about it, she has no answers on how... Read more
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Pilot News
Proposed salary increases for City of Plymouth employeeslisted pay for all full time hourly employees shall increase upon each certific
Pilot News / Posted 28 days ago
listed pay for all full time hourly employees shall increase upon each certification of said employees as follows: Class I Plant Operator $0.50 No change Class II Plant Operator $1 No change Class III Plant Operator $1.50 No change Class IV... Read more
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The Courier
Living with dementia: Jac’s storyanxiety can afflict carers, and for Mari Kreemers her struggle is complicated b
The Courier / Posted 29 days ago
anxiety can afflict carers, and for Mari Kreemers her struggle is complicated by her own attempts to keep those managed. “I plant herbs, flowers. I get into the garden, even on wet, shitty days. And that’s good, because you just make that... Read more
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The Courier
Living with dementia: Jac’s storyanxiety can afflict carers, and for Mari Kreemers her struggle is complicated b
The Courier / Posted 29 days ago
anxiety can afflict carers, and for Mari Kreemers her struggle is complicated by her own attempts to keep those managed. “I plant herbs, flowers. I get into the garden, even on wet, shitty days. And that’s good, because you just make that... Read more

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