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Pine Trees: Browning Foliage and Pine Cones – Featured Video

Moving into the fall season, you may see some of your pine trees turning partially brown.  This is generally a natural occurrence. Learn more about pines and other trees in the fall/winter season at our FAQ page.

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Fall Gardening – Featured Video

Gardening isn’t only for the Summer! Take a look at this introduction to fall food gardening. Find out when to plant vegetable crops in Maryland.

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Fall Food Gardening – Featured Video

Now is a good time to start thinking about and planning for any fall food gardening you might want to do this year.  Planting for some crops can begin late August and early September.

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Featured Video: Keep Bugs Off My Vegetables! How to Deal With Insects in the Garden

Mike Raupp, “The Bug Guy” for the University of Maryland Extension, talks about an easy way to get rid of pesky bugs in your garden. Learn more about plant pests. Take a look at more videos on the HGIC YouTube…

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Featured Videos – HGIC Mini Videos on Social Media!

Follow one of our social media channels to catch a short, fun, animated video that introduces a fun fact or concept of interest to Maryland homeowners and gardeners.  We post a new Mini Video every Tuesday afternoon. Take a look…

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Featured Video: Mushrooms and Trees’ Symbiotic Relationship

David Clement, Ph.D. Extension Specialist, Plant Pathology, explains how fungi grow and feed on tree roots under the ground and sprout above ground as mushrooms. Visit the Home & Garden Information Center website to learn more about Wood Rots and…

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Featured Video: Choosing and Caring for Flowering Houseplants

Thinking of giving a houseplant as a gift?  Take a look at this quick rundown of some popular flowering choices available at your local nursery. More info on houseplants

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