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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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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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What’s growing on in Massachusetts?

Week of June 20, 2022

Continue to plant colorful annuals to fill gaps in perennial borders.

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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.

Eutrochium ‘Joe Pye Weed’—This is a native perennial that does well in gardens and is beneficial for pollinators. This plant has also been used to treat fevers and other ailments.

—Calvin Chase, MCH, Weston Nurseries

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