In the garden
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In the Garden – September

Soil is something that crop farmers think about naturally, yet baffles some gardeners. The baffling aspect has to do with the complexity of soil, which is truly amazing. Healthy soil is richly … more

In the garden– July

Ah, mid-to-late summer marks the time that all the hard work in spring and early summer pays off. The flush of spring color might have faded, but July and August are the months when many annuals and … more

In the garden – March

By Tim Trudel With spring just around the corner, a lot of us are looking forward to new plants popping up with blooms. The 150,000 bees that have overwintered in my garden hives are also … more

In the Garden – January

By Rhiannon Allen Dear Santa, I apologize for the lateness of this letter and hope that you have enough time to put something garden-themed under the tree. I was so busy finishing all … more

In the Garden – November

By Rhiannon Allen While non-gardeners often assume that summer is the busiest gardening season, experienced gardeners know that this is not strictly true. Autumn can be a busy time, with most … more
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