Gardening Archive

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Heroes of the resistance

When you plant a garden, you join a springtime revolution against the agricultural industrial complex. Snapdragons, foxglove and lavender support much-needed pollinators like honeybees.
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The accidental gardener

Each spring, I’m amazed anew at the sheer amount of green things budding on limbs and poking out of the thawing soil in my
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Get ready for spring this Sunday at A Day of Gardening

If this week’s rainy weather has had you anticipating a yard full of blooms come spring, then plan to attend A Day of Gardening
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Westside couple wins gardening award

Sis and Jack Winterhalter with the awards they received from the Cincinnati Horticultural Society. (Photo11: Provided) Western Hills Garden Club member Sis Winterhalter and her
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Gardening: Fostering healthy, living soil is first step toward organic yard

Organic gardening is often explained in terms of what not to do: Don’t use weedkillers; don’t spray chemicals to control bugs; don’t apply synthetic
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Growing Together: Take your mind off winter by preparing for spring gardening

FARGO — Is it just me, or has this been a long winter? The other day I overheard an elderly gentleman saying it was
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Tired of winter? Looking for a challenging gardening project?

The main attraction of the zebra plant is its foliage. Photo: Albert Parsons Like many gardeners I heave a sigh of relief when February arrives, knowing
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Get a jump-start on spring vegetable gardening

Even with snow earlier this week, the abnormally warm days have many gardeners thinking ahead for spring vegetable planting. While it might seem premature,