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Notes From The Gardens

December 2020

November 2020

Winter Greens

November 17, 2020|Notes from the Gardens|

Now that the leaves are starting to fall and the frost is covering the plants, it is time to start thinking about cleaning up your gardens for the winter. Fall is a great time to cut down herbaceous perennials in the garden, especially if there was any sign of pests [...]

September 2020

Creating the next generation of nature lovers; Nature-based preschool programs

September 14, 2020|Notes from the Gardens|

It’s a brisk, foggy morning as I grab my jacket and run out the door to “help” my father cut wood. I am five years old and am heading straight for the ankle-deep stream that flows through the eight acres of forest behind our home. I sit at my favorite [...]

June 2020

May 2020

Vining Plants

May 26, 2020|Notes from the Gardens|

Do you have an area in your garden that could use a little pick-me-up? Vining perennials could be what you have been looking for. Climbing plants can create a new dimension to your landscapes.  Get out your arbors, obelisks and trellises, its time to plant some vines! Some common vining [...]

Annual Planting

May 19, 2020|Notes from the Gardens|

As you are strolling through the greenhouses and garden centers this spring, you are probably grabbing some annual plants to brighten up your home. As you collect all of these beautiful plants, you may become overwhelmed by those impulsive buys. Have no fear! Annual planting is a fun way to [...]

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