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Anticipation and Planning

What’s greening up in your garden? Spring’s warmth calls to our sleepy flora: Wake up! Shake off your winter coat and display your new green garb. We gardeners get positively giddy with the first show of green. I’ve been tip-toeing … Continue reading

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More Plants with Winter Interest

I’ve been taking more photos of the native plants in my garden between snowfalls. I’ve noticed how some plants show off their red colors as the snow falls off the seed heads. I especially like Gaillardia aristata in the winter. … Continue reading

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How to Harvest Seed From Your Native Plants

The Seed Swap is Sept. 19th! Start harvesting seed now! What’s going to seed in your garden? I’m seeing plenty of seed harvesting opportunities. Saving seed to propagate your own plants is a rewarding way to expand your native plant … Continue reading

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