Drought-Tolerant Landscaping: Save Water, Spread Beauty

Tuesday, April 30th, 2019
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There are many gardeners who love adding native plantings to their property, and many native species will be drought tolerant as well as hardy. However, planning a drought tolerant landscape (also called Xeriscaping) is not the same thing. The difference with drought-tolerant plantings is that each variety is selected for …

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Creating a Bird Habitat in Your Garden

Friday, April 19th, 2019
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Attracting wild birds to your yard and garden is a win/win, benefiting both the birds and the garden. Not only will you get a team of bug-eating helpers, but you’ll also be providing crucial habitat for birds that helps them survive. Three things will need to be in place for …

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Native Wildflower Plantings Step-by-Step!

Monday, August 6th, 2018
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If you’re thinking of adding a field of native wildflowers to your property there are a few steps to take that will help your efforts to succeed! Since Autumn is a great time to plant for spring flowers, it’s the perfect time to begin planning. Prepare your site. You wouldn’t …

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Growing Pollinator Plants – Bee and Butterfly Garden

Thursday, April 19th, 2018
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There are over 150 foods that we grow that depend on pollinators¬†to produce their crops. These pollinators, like bees, ants, hummingbirds, butterflies, and bats, are just as important to the plants as sun and water! If you’ve eaten an apple, cucumber, strawberry or a tomato lately, you’ve eaten the¬†product of …

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