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Wash and sterilize seed flats and containers before reusing.

Week of January 25, 2021

Wash and sterilize seed flats and containers before reusing.

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Root cuttings from potted geraniums.

Week of January 18, 2021

Root cuttings from potted geraniums. 

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Plant an oak for longevity, durability and beauty.

Week of January 11, 2021

Plant an oak for longevity, durability and beauty.

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A properly maintained compost bin does not stink.

Week of January 4, 2021

Ever wonder why one bad apple spoils the bunch? Overripe fruit gives off ethylene gas which hastens nearby fruit ripening. Compost kitchen waste: fruit and vegetable scraps, coffee grounds, eggshells. A properly maintained compost bin does not stink. Blue spruce requires full sun with no surrounding plantings to thrive. Native plants evolved with and support […]

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Misting houseplants to increase humidity doesn’t work well and may promote diseases.

Week of December 28, 2020

Misting houseplants to increase humidity doesn’t work well and may promote diseases.

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Build a rack to hang garden tools.

Week of December 21, 2020

Build a rack to hang garden tools. 

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Next year, grow popcorn with a fun seed color: pink, red, black or blue.

Week of December 14, 2020

Next year, grow popcorn with a fun seed color: pink, red, black or blue.

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Clip evergreen shoots selectively for seasonal decorations.

Week of December 7, 2020

Clip evergreen shoots selectively for seasonal decorations.

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Microgreens or sprouts are an easy kitchen counter crop.

Week of November 30, 2020

Microgreens or sprouts are an easy kitchen counter crop.

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Use dried summer sage in turkey stuffing.

Week of November 23, 2020

Use dried summer sage in turkey stuffing.

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