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  • The weather here in March may be a bit cool, windy, and rainy but don’t let that stop you from getting outside to clean up your garden for spring. Here are 5 important things to do now before it does get warm out and becomes too late to don’t forget these important garden chores.

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  • Gladiolus Garden Tip

    August 20, 2010
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    Our Gladioli at TBG are scattered throughout the Color Garden and Cottage Garden sections of the Perennial Garden, they come in a wide range of colors and are blooming now as they begin in July and will actually bloom all the way until frost. The flowers make some of the best cut flowers for arranging, […]

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  • Edible Garden Video

    March 30, 2010
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    TBG Horticulturist Matt Ross and Mary Machon of Bensell’s Greenhouse discuss adding some fun and interesting items to your edible garden. Who knew growing peanuts was that easy!

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  • What’s in Bloom?

    March 19, 2010
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    One of the earliest northern shrubs to flower is the American Hazelnut or Filbert (Corylus americana). The American Hazelnut is a monoecious plant, meaning that it has distinct male and female flowers on the same plant.

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  • Creating your own hypertuffa can be a rewarding process. The look of concrete or natural stone can be imitated using a mixture of simple ingredients that allow the material to be molded to a desired shape. The mixture can also be sculpted during the curing process. Several retail garden centers sells hypertuffa planters for use […]

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