October Gardening To-Do List – North Coast Journal

October Gardening To-Do List
North Coast Journal
It's long been ingrained in gardeners that fall is for planting, and that's absolutely the case. Not only can you score some great deals at nurseries looking to reduce stock, but fall and winter rains help plants develop a deep root system that will

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Jim King, gardening guru and teacher, dies – Santa Rosa Press Democrat

Jim King, gardening guru and teacher, dies
Santa Rosa Press Democrat
And generations of Santa Rosa students are still active in gardening or farming because of an interest he fostered in them years ago. “He's absolutely one of the greatest teachers the program ever had,” said Lisa Piehl, an agriculture teacher who heads

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Jim King, gardening guru and teacher, dies – Santa Rosa Press Democrat

Jim King, gardening guru and teacher, dies
Santa Rosa Press Democrat
And generations of Santa Rosa students are still active in gardening or farming because of an interest he fostered in them years ago. “He's absolutely one of the greatest teachers the program ever had,” said Lisa Piehl, an agriculture teacher who heads

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Gardening class planned at library – Brainerd Daily Dispatch


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Gardening class planned at library
Brainerd Daily Dispatch
Free Master Gardener classes through the University of Minnesota Extension Crow Wing County Master Gardeners will take place at the library monthly through December. Master Gardeners will discuss subjects ranging from garden tools to gourds.
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Master Gardeners ‘Gardening for Gold’ fall symposium planned – hngnews.com


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Master Gardeners 'Gardening for Gold' fall symposium planned
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The day will include three speakers, Rob Zimmer, a nature and garden writer for Gannett Wisconsin Media and several national publications, will present a Garden for the Senses, combining and designing amazing gardens for all five senses. Liz Herzmann

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At North Braddock’s Gardweeno, Digital Literacy Meets Gardening – 90.5 WESA


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At North Braddock's Gardweeno, Digital Literacy Meets Gardening
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At North Braddock's Gardweeno, Digital Literacy Meets Gardening. Share · Tweet. E-mail. Print. By Erika Beras · View Slideshow. A microchip called a MaKey MaKey is attached to some cherry tomatoes at Gardweeno, a community garden project in North …

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When it comes to gardening, rules can be broken – MSN UK

When it comes to gardening, rules can be broken
MSN UK
Horticultural advice can be very prescriptive. Take the saying that you should “cut your box hedges on Derby Day”. The idea was that, in warm areas, your box hedging would be extremely fluffy if you left it until the first weekend in June . Maybe the

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Gardening: Go wild and plant species tulips for early color – Salt Lake Tribune

Gardening: Go wild and plant species tulips for early color
Salt Lake Tribune
True, the familiar, large, goblet-shaped blooms make a colorful springtime splash grouped in beds and pots. But those hybrids are softies compared to their wild ancestors — species tulips growing in unforgiving sites from Algeria to China. They thrive
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