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Mistake No. 1: Planting Too Late Making late additions to the landscape can result in devastating losses next spring. Perennials are the most susceptible to late planting, as alternating freezing and thawing of soil literally shoves plants out of soil, exposing crowns. Shrubs and trees can go into the ground later. Mistake No. 2: Pruning

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In today’s society organic gardening is more popular than ever as gardeners attempt to avoid artificial fertilizers and the sometimes-harmful chemicals in pest control. People are more conscious about what they eat, and want the freshest and healthiest food possible.  Organic gardening is not like conventional gardening. It does not use chemical pesticides and chemical

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  What is pH? In regards to soil, it is a measurement of your soil’s acidy. A scale of one, (peak acidity/low alkalinity) to 14 (low acidity/peak alkalinity) is used to gauge your soil’s pH level. A level of seven is considered neutral soil. Why is pH important? For starters, an improper pH level for

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So you’ve decided to start composting. On behalf of your garden: Thank you! There are many elements to beginning a compost, and we will be happy to help you along the new route! The most important education to know when investing in the well-being of your garden is what exactly are you (and aren’t you)

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