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October Tips and Tasks

Fall coloration on white pines happens every fall but in some years it is more noticeable. The inner needles yellow and drop off. This can also occur on rhododendrons and other evergreen shrubs. This is normal for this time of year. Flower…

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Eastern Worm Snake – Featured Video

One of these small snakes found its way into my house and then parts of it found their way into my cat’s belly two nights ago, so I was inspired to share our short video profiling the eastern worm snake…

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Monthly Tips for May

Lawn Always mow cool season grasses, like tall fescue and bluegrass, at a height of 3 inches. Mowing the lawn too close weakens the grass and permits many weeds to invade your lawn. Keep your mower blades sharp to prevent turf damage. Dry…

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Adventures with purple sweet potatoes

You’ll probably hear from me several times on this topic, but to start with: I am digging my All Purple sweet potatoes. I grew a couple plants of this variety last year, which didn’t produce much, but I liked the…

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