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New, Blue Perennials
Blue flowers are rare, but that’s beginning to change. Lots of blue perennials have been released in recent years. Blue flowers add peacefulness and tranquility to the garden. Explore and enjoy!
Located in 2020-11-01
Hort Shorts for October 2, 2020 -- Fruits and Vegetables
A summary of timely activities and emerging disorders in gardens and orchards.
Located in 2020-10-02
Gaura: A natural beauty
Get to know this new award-winning annual flower. It is perfect for low-maintenance gardens.
Located in 2014-07-28
A safe approach to cabbageworm control
Cabbage moths are flying. We can use safe insecticides to control the worms.
Located in 2014-07-28
Pruning raspberries is easy
Prune raspberries to increase yields and fruit quality.
Located in 2014-07-28
The cherry for the prairie
An impressive series of cherries from Saskatchewan is coming on the market.
Located in 2014-07-21
Renovate the strawberry patch
This year's harvest is over; now we need to strengthen plants for next year.
Located in 2014-07-21
Tomato blights appear
Learn how to recognize and manage fungal blights on tomato vines.
Located in 2014-07-21
Sowing fall vegetables
This is the best time of year to sow spinach, kohlrabi, beet, radish and turnip.
Located in 2014-07-21
Aronia: Awesome and awful
Aronia is easy to grow but tastes bitter when eaten raw. It's a fruit crop with great potential.
Located in 2014-08-04
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