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Is Something Bugging You?

Insects are an integral part of a healthy garden and yard – without them, our plants would suffer enormously, but there are a few that we need to control for our health and safety. Here in the Northeast, ticks are of particular concern because of Lyme...

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Where is my ornamental grass?!

If you're new to planting ornamental grasses in your garden, you may be saying this right now. You may also be looking at tall brown stalks, half bent over, and thinking that your grass has died. Was the winter really that bad? Surprise! You are on your way to seeing...

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Critters, Squirrels, skunks, Moles & Voles etc.

Yes, he's looking directly at your plants...And he seems to work so fast, that it's hard to even keep up with the damage sometimes. The list of animal pests in the garden seems long. When one stops bothering your yard, another moves in to continue the job. It helps...

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May Garden Tips

This month is what it's all about! Many of the items you buy or tasks you do right now, will have a big effect on your outdoor spaces right up until fall. This checklist may help you organize! Look - at our April Garden Tips in case you missed something that you can...

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April Garden Tips

It may not seem as if there is much to do in the yard and garden in April, but the things you can get to now will help you considerably once plants (and weeds) start popping up. Some of these things will depend heavily on what planting zone you are in, so take that...

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Fruit Tree and Berry Bush Varieties

Fruit Tree & Berry Bushes Varieties 2018 What could be better than taking a stroll in your yard, picking some just-ripened fruit and munching on it the moment you're in the mood? Nothing! These days, people are thinking more and more about the ability to grow some of...

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