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

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

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Drip IrrigationThe 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.

Three levels of gardeningWhether you are new to gardening or a home growing pro we’ve got tips and tools to help you get out there and plant something.

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Week of October 19, 2020

Apply a layer of well-rotted manure over rhubarb beds. 

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Want to improve your quality of life? Get your hands dirty and plant something!

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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.

Rachel Lake, MCH
I love echinacea because it is such a beautiful vibrant pink when it opens. Echinacea attracts bees and finches, among numerous other pollinators. A native plant to this area, echinacea thrives even without irrigation. Available in many beautiful hybrid colors, I find the original, echinacea purpurea, to be the most hardy, and self seeding.

—Rachel Lake, MCH, Parterre Garden Services

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Whether you are new to gardening or a home growing pro we’ve got tips and tools to help you get out there and plant something.

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