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Week of August 31, 2020

For clematis with the most beautiful blue flowers, choose ‘Arabella’, Emilia Plater’, ‘General Sikorski’ or ‘Prince Charles’.For clematis with the most beautiful blue flowers, choose ‘Arabella’, Emilia Plater’, ‘General Sikorski’ or ‘Prince Charles’.

Fall is the best time to control broadleaf lawn weeds.

Cure harvested onions in a dry, airy spot for 2 to 3 weeks before storing.

Sow oat or crimson clover cover crop to recycle nutrients and build organic matter.

Sort through recently harvested garlic and shallots for replanting stock.

Apple scab is the most common disease on crabapple.

When baking bread, add fresh rosemary from the garden to bread dough using 1 tablespoon for each loaf.


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