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  • Planting Amaryllis & Paperwhite Bulbs

    Plant your bulbs according to when you want them to bloom: Planting Amaryllis: Planting Paperwhites:

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    Container Gardening: This Fall, Think Spring

    When most people think of bulbs, they think of planting them directly in your garden, but there are different options. Planting bulbs in containers offers a solution to gardeners who lack the space to create a full garden. Spring blooming[...]

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    Spring Grass Seed Seminar with Tim Sunkel! Saturday March 17, 2018 at 10am!! Come hang with us and ask all your grass seed questions!!

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    September 2017 Newsletter

    View our newsletter, "The Scoop"

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    Cover Crops

    31 Aug 2017
    Cover Crops

    Cover crops are fast growing plants, usually grains, legumes or grasses, that are utilized by farmers and gardeners for one or more of their beneficial qualities and not usually intended as food crops. Some of the benefits of cover crops [...]

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    Fall Bulbs 101

    What You Need to Know to Be Ready for This Fall Season Fall-planting bulbs are some of the easiest flowers to grow. With planning, and some patience, a novicegardener can create a spectacular spring display. As winter nears its end, [...]

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    Watermelons

    25 May 2017
    Watermelons

      Varieties to try!   When to Sow Outside: RECOMMENDED. 2 to 4 weeks before average last frost, when soil temperature is at least 45°F, ideally 60°-85°F, for early summer crop. 6 to 8 weeks before first fall frost for late [...]

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    Choosing Tomato Varieties

    Tomatoes are grouped into types according to growth habit and production. Determinate types grow in a compact, bush form, requiring little or no staking. Fruit is produced on the ends of the branches; most of the crop ripens at the same [...]

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    Time To Start Your Peppers

    Sweet or spicy, peppers are popular in the kitchen! When to start peppers Start peppers indoors 8 to 10 weeks before average last spring frost, and transplant them out when daytime temperatures are at least 70°F, and nighttime [...]

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