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Allow blueberries to develop their full flavor before harvesting.

Week of July 5, 2021

Allow blueberries to develop their full flavor before harvesting.

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Harvest culinary herbs in the morning after the dew has dried.

Week of June 28, 2021

Harvest culinary herbs in the morning after the dew has dried.

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Vegetable gardening and cooking go hand-in-hand.

Week of June 21, 2021

Vegetable gardening and cooking go hand-in-hand.

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Attract pollinators with showy flowers as well as a variety of shapes, sizes and colors.

Week of June 14, 2021

Attract pollinators with showy flowers as well as a variety of shapes, sizes and colors.

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Peonies grow best in morning sun and afternoon shade.

Week of June 7, 2021

Peonies grow best in morning sun and afternoon shade.

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Remedy color lapses in the perennial garden with annual flowers.

Week of May 31, 2021

Remedy color lapses in the perennial garden with annual flowers.

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Harvest rhubarb by pulling stalks from the plant.

Week of May 24, 2021

Harvest rhubarb by pulling stalks from the plant.

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Sow sweet corn.

Week of May 17, 2021

Sow sweet corn.

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Award-winning perennial geraniums “Biokovo” and “Rozanne” are garden mainstays. 

Week of May 10, 2021

Award-winning perennial geraniums “Biokovo” (pictured) and “Rozanne” are garden mainstays. 

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Sweet potatoes need 90 to 150 frost-free days to yield a crop.

Week of May 3, 2021

Sweet potatoes need 90 to 150 frost-free days to yield a crop.

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