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Thyme makes a good ground cover on dry slopes.

Week of May 16, 2022

Thyme makes a good ground cover on dry slopes.

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Cacti and succulents require less water and fertilizer.

Week of May 9, 2022

Cacti and succulents require less water and fertilizer.

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Plant bare-root strawberry plants in soil containing aged manure or compost.

Week of May 2, 2022

Plant bare-root strawberry plants in soil containing aged manure or compost.

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Plant potatoes

Week of April 25, 2022

Plant potatoes.

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Prune roses to prevent disease and encourage flowering.

Week of April 18, 2022

Prune roses to prevent disease and encourage flowering.

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Week of April 11, 2022

Grow up! Create a trellis or structure to support vining plants.

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Mix sand with vegetable seed to make sowing easier.

Week of April 4, 2022

Mix sand with vegetable seed to make sowing easier.

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Start seeds of tomatoes, eggplants and peppers indoors.

Week of March 28, 2022

Start seeds of tomatoes, eggplants and peppers indoors.

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Pinch back geraniums to encourage bushier growth.

Week of March 21, 2022

Pinch back geraniums to encourage bushier growth.

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Prune sweet autumn clematis now; flowers are borne on current season’s growth.

Week of March 14, 2022

Prune sweet autumn clematis now; flowers are borne on current season’s growth.

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