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Growing season in full swing
Find local foods in many locations; check your guides, columnist Laurie Davis encourages.
Don't let gardening issue creep up on you
Creeping Charlie's stems are four-sided and can put down roots at the nodes, columnist Jolene Wallace writes.
Bee-ing good to pollinators is important
A few simple considerations can keep the bees, and other pollinators, happy all season long, horticulture educator Jolene Wallace writes.
Waking up the garden
A bonus for bulbs and lawns, the cool spring is not fun for vegetable and flower gardeners, gardening expert Amy Ivy writes.
Helping your gardening skills grow
We are fortunate to have an active and enthusiastic group of Master Gardener volunteers, columnist Jolene Wallace writes.
Local food efforts not solitary
Overall benefits of eating local achieved by collaborative forces of many in North Country, columnist Laurie Davis writes.
Let these tips on planting trees take root
You may think that digging a hole and plopping the tree in will suffice, and it will if you only want the tree to live a short time, columnist Jolene Wallace writes.
Is it time to plant? Not yet
All we can do is wait and see how things get through, columnist Amy Ivy writes.
Take steps to protect your soil
Being mindful of how and where you walk will go a long way to giving your plants a good start to the season, Jolene Wallace writes.
Planning helps garden stand out from the crowd
In perennial gardens, allowing enough space lets your plants grow to their full potential, Amy Ivy writes.
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