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  • Brown Marmorated Stink Bug

    October 06, 2016
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    BROWN MARMORATED STINK BUG If you’re suddenly finding slow moving brown, shield shaped bugs with white bands on their antennae in your home, then you’re not alone. It’s during the warms days of early fall that these pests start entering buildings looking for a place to overwinter.  The brown marmorated stink bug is an introduced […]

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  • Our daylilies are in peak bloom right now!  Check them out in TBG’s accredited daylily collection, The Daylily Walk.  Located southeast of the Perennial Garden, The Daylily Walk was designated in 2001 as a Display Garden of the American Hemerocallis Society, and in 2007 was designated also as a Historic Daylily Display Garden of the […]

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  • Rhododendron Survey Still In Progress…

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  • While the Holidays bring cheer, the winter weather can bring some not so cheery conditions.  Ice and snow are trouble for drivers and pedestrians alike. Rock salt and calcium chloride are two of the most commonly used ice melters to keep roads clear and sidewalks safe.  Rock salt works down to 15°F to 20°F and […]

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  • The Dirt on Soil

    September 09, 2015
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    The Dirt On Soil Across the region gardeners work with many different types of soil. There are heavy clays, especially the Hoytville clay in Perrysburg.  In Western Lucas County some gardeners have the very sandy dune soil that makes the Oak Openings Savannah special.  In and around the Wildwood area there are the rich acidic […]

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