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Don’t let standing water, seasonal flooding, and poorly drained soils stop you from growing a beautiful landscape. Try one of these strategies...
With the growing season right around the corner, I wanted to let you know about this upcoming series I'll be leading at Boerner Botanical Gardens in Hales Corners this season.
The hot dry summer of 2012 took its toll on lawns, gardens, trees, and shrubs. Now is a great time to plan for the upcoming season and any needed garden renewal.
The holidays can be a wonderful, yet stressful time. Here are a few ideas to help reduce stress while enhancing your families’ enjoyment this season.
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Add a bit of greenery to your front steps, window box or patio with a winter container.
For a unique gift idea for that gardener on your list consider this 2013 Garden Revitalization series at Boerner Botanical Gardens!
You may want to increase the number and diversity of birds to your landscape by supplementing with a few feeders.
I'll be hosting a Paris Garden Tour this coming spring and hope you can join me!
Your lawn will get the biggest benefit from late fall fertilization.
Make your holiday meals just a bit more special, decorative, fun, and nutritional with homegrown garnishes!
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