Consider sowing seeds of dill when choosing plants for the herb garden. Seeds of dill are best sown directly in the ground; transplanting is not always successful. Plant early in the spring when the threat of frost has passed in rows 2 -3 feet apart. When the seedlings are approximately 2” tall, thin them to 10” – 12” apart.Learn more
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May is the time of the year when many people here in western Massachusetts begin planting flowers and vegetables, but state officials are hoping even more people will take part this year.Learn more
Together, we can restore the health of the pollinator population.Learn more
Find out if you are about to “Get the Dirt” for the first time, already “Play with Dirt” or are truly “Down with Dirt.” At the end of the season, we’ll check back in with you and compare notes.Learn more
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