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Hort Shorts for September 17, 2020 -- Landscapes
A summary of timely activities and emerging disorders in landscapes.
Located in 2020-09-17
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
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
Landscaping with Onions
Ornamental alliums are stunning, and gardeners are beginning to take notice. The plants are easy to grow and require very little maintenance. Allium blooms are pollinator magnets. Fall is the season to plant allium bulbs.
Located in 2020-10-02
Time for Tulips: Think Spring!
The first step to a colorful landscape next spring is to plant tulips this fall.
Located in 2020-09-17
Growing Garlic in North Dakota
Plant garlic now and enjoy flavorful meals next summer.
Located in 2020-09-17
Let's Grow a Great Lawn!
Now is the time to improve your lawn. September is the best month to sow seed, fertilize, kill weeds and aerate your lawn.
Located in 2020-09-07
"Murder Hornet" Watch
The Asian giant hornet has invaded the Pacific Northwest. It is a threat to honey bees, the honey industry, and people. As of today, those of us in North Dakota have very little to worry about. It will be very hard for these foreign hornets to survive and become established here.
Located in 2020-08-22
The Empress of Autumn
Northern Empress™ is a small elm that glows in autumn.
Located in Documents / 2020-08-12
Rotten Tomatoes
A lack of calcium in fruits will cause their bottoms to rot.
Located in 2020-07-27
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