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Happy New Year! Today we are digging out from last night’s dumping. Those of you who are lucky enough to be down south, count your blessings! I should have been smart like you and headed south as well. Yet, it’s much easier to stay focused on work when you are snowed in. I have a

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Besides being beautiful, I would also like our gardens to be “green”, or Ecosystem friendly. Ecosystem gardening is basically conserving natural resources and creating a natural habitat for wildlife in your garden. In theory, this sounds great. But how to do this, and still remain affordable, is the question. There are 5 main principles to

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I was able to get the Gourds, Pumpkins and Berries added to a few containers this week. Along with the dried grasses and cabbage, this should get the containers well into November. I’ve even seen them hold up until early December. Mums, Fountain Grass, Cabbage, Kale, Potato Vine, and Bittersweet Mums & Squash