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Orange Daylilies

Rethinking Daylilies

During the summer, daylilies (Hemerocallis) can be found in bloom throughout the area. Often times daylilies have been called …

Cover photo for How to Change Hydrangea Color

How to Change Hydrangea Color

Hydrangeas are a popular flowering shrub in the landscape with showy flowers in late spring through early summer. Hydrangeas …

Squash Bugs and Eggs

Lookout for Squash Bugs

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Container Gardening

May Gardening Tips

May is here and our gardens are coming alive. Below are some tips for what you can do in your …

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April Gardening Tips

Spring is in the air and we gardeners are ready to see our gardens flourish. April is gardening month …

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I believe many of us would agree that we are ready for spring. As we begin getting some spring …

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March Gardening Tips

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What's Blooming in February

Even though we are still in the midst of winter during the month of February, we can start to …

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What's Blooming in January

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