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Week of July 10, 2023

Take along pruning shears on garden strolls to snip dead twigs, stems and flowers.Take along pruning shears on garden strolls to snip dead twigs, stems and flowers.

Use drip irrigation, mulch, wider spacing and proper fertilization to reduce disease. Click here to learn more!

Dormancy is a natural adaptation of turf grass to survive heat and drought stresses. Fertilizing dormant lawns will encourage weeds.


Hypericum perforatumMCH specialist Marta at Weston Nurseries recommends Hypericum perforatum, a native plant to the New England region. She is very passionate about native plants and value their importance to wildlife and has found this plant growing wild in an open area adjacent to wildlife conservation management.


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