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How to Repot Indoor Plants

As summer approaches and the days last longer, your indoor plants will have more access to sunlight and as a result, the plants will grow and the roots will spread more and more. As they do so, they will begin to require more water, more nutrition, and more space to...

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Groundcover Guide

Blue Star Creeper (Pratia pedunculate)   2” h x 12” w Zone 5-9 Tolerates light to moderate foot traffic Blue Star Creeper is a vigorous, evergreen, mat-forming perennial. It has small ovate leaves and bears a profusion of violet-blue, star-shaped flowers...

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The Benefits of Organic Gardening

Many people today want to know where their food comes from. It’s important to know, for instance, that your food is both ethically and healthily sourced and grown. The term farm-to-table has become increasingly popular as restaurateurs and consumers bypass commercial...

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What’s Blooming 4.03.2017

The blossoms of fruit trees and flowering ornamentals are equally attractive in the garden.                   Jack Flowering Pear                                                 Cherry 'Black Tartarian'           Blueberry 'Bountiful Blue'                            ...

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Late Spring Vegetable Gardening With Jenny 2017

You might have your 'cool' season crops in and growing. Maybe you have started seeds inside or maybe you haven't even started your vegetable garden yet. No worries. Jenny will review soil preparation and plant spacing. She will also answer questions like... How close...

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Spring Garden: Garden Buddies 2017

Botanists are scientists who study plants.   Join us as we become botanists.  We'll discover how a seed wakes up in the spring by dissecting some pumpkin seeds - both unsprouted and sprouted. We'll follow the life cycle of a pumpkin plant from sprout to...

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Terrarium Workshop

It seems terrariums are everywhere! They are so trendy and it’s easy to see why. Having a bit of green hanging out on an end table or some unique succulents on a bathroom counter is such a great way to bring life to an otherwise stagnant spot. Ferns and mosses thrive...

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Organic Gardening For Spring

Want your garden to be without a doubt 100% organic and GMO free? Join us in learning how Randy and his company goes above and beyond to give you a product that will help you to do just that. You've heard about compost before, but do you really know what it means?...

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Staghorn Ferns: Build A Unique Mounted Display

    Staghorn ferns naturally live on tree branches and stones- no soil needed! You can grow and display one of these unique and popular plants in your home.    Join us for this Hands-On class! You choose the staghorn fern and mounting style. We'll take you...

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Exbury Azalea

If you’re looking for a showy, deciduous, spring-flowering plant, try an Exbury Azalea! Exbury Azaleas are one group among several varieties of deciduous azaleas belonging to the Rhododendron genus. Other deciduous azalea groups include the Northern Light Series,...

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