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Month: April 2015

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by: peg

Seed Stars of 2010

Merry Christmas! 2010 was a great year in my vegetable garden, and the third year in a row that I...
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by: Sandy in TX

Wild Bee, I think I love you…*

Guest Rant by Will Raap   Honey bees and wild pollinators need your help and need it now. Gardeners know that...
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Gardener in Search of Volunteer Gig

This shouldn’t be a hard thing to do – finding somewhere to volunteer my services in the Metro DC area. ...
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by: Sandra Knauf

The tulip graveyard

Some nice, mottled foliage still comes up from these Oratorio. It’s nice, as graveyards go. Colorful bulbs—species tulips, grape hyacinth,...
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by: Wendy Fisher

An irresistible DIY book

I am the last person who should be writing about DIY projects. As far as the house is concerned, we...
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by: TP

If There’s An Easy Way to Juice a Pomegranate, I Don’t Know What It Is.

This time last year, I made a little homemade grenadine during pomegranate season.  We had a party shortly after that...
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Trashing Out with Kudzu and ‘Sherman’s Ghost’

Kudzu is the poster child for invasive plants. The vine that gobbled up more than seven million acres in the...
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So, what do we think of “Master Gardeners”?

Recently there was a lively garden-writer discussion on Facebook that began with this question:  “I’m a member of several professional...
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by: jodi

Quick! Drink This Before All The Tomatoes Are Gone!

I don’t know what it’s like in your neck of the woods, but around these parts we still have a...
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by: patsquared2

Does This Mean I Live Here?

I have a really brilliant and beautiful friend in Saratoga Springs, an English professor at Skidmore College, who said the...
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