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Week of March 20, 2023

lilacsCut out the oldest stems at ground level to rejuvenate old lilacs and forsythias.

Chionodoxa (aka Glory-of-the-snow) naturalizes via bulbs and self-seeding.

Got drip irrigation? If not, this is the year to install drip in the vegetable garden. Click here to learn more!

MCH specialist Morgan at Ward's Nursery and Garden CenterMCH specialist Morgan at Ward’s Nursery and Garden Center recommends Crassula ovata (aka Ogre’s ears/jade plant)! — a great choice for on the go gardeners due to low water requirements and lots of sun. Its uniquely fluted leaves are a delight as well! I love variety in my house plant collection so this was an easy choice to mix things up without much maintenance.

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