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Water, water, neverywhere…

Facts and fiction. Tips to make life better during drought conditions for homeowners, gardeners and the planet.

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Drip Irrigation

The sound of water dripping is something a municipal water supplier does not want to hear. In this case, drip is a whole new definition for water conservation in the landscape.

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Pledge to Plant Something on May 15 and add your town/city to the map!

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Bee the change!

Pollinators like bees and butterflies are responsible for 1 out of 3 bites of food, but their survival is in peril.

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MCH Plant Selfies

Massachusetts Certified Horticulturist (MCH) members of the Massachusetts Nursery and Landscape Association are sharing their favorite plant variety of the season through our Plant Selfie Challenge. Visit often to see what they choose to showcase.

Maximum RhododendronMaximum Rhododendron—I love using this plant in the landscape with its large size and structure, pronounced oblong leaf and its tolerance for shade. It’s great in a natural woodland setting or as a privacy shrub, it also has a late bloom time keeping the spring color rolling for longer!

—Paul Massad, MCH, Paul Massad Landscaping

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If you are concerned what the freeze tonight and tomorrow might do to budding plants, the recent rains have helped as the soil is moist. Before sundown cover your plants with a sheet or a light blanket. 🚨 DO NOT use plastic. 🚨 By covering your plants it will help trap warmer air and heat from the ground—this may keep buds from freezing. Remove coverings in the AM. #PlantSomethingMA #HomeGarden #HomeLandscaping #WindChill #PlantProtection

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