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It’s time for some Fall action

It’s been a couple of weeks since I posted.  Nothing significant was going on in the garden.  Every week we oohed and ahhed over the beautiful fall plants.  Now it’s time for action. It’s time to take some cuttings so … Continue reading

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Week 5 – Garden Math, Fertilizing and the Dead Heads

1 divided by 2 = 2.  1 divided by 4 = 4 right?  Well, today it does.  It’s time to dig up and divide your plants and it’s also time to start fertilizing those container gardens. Around the garden today: … Continue reading

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Week 28 – What’s better than free plants?

If you’re an avid gardener then not much.  It’s easy to take cuttings, root them and plant them to make some free plants for next Spring. It’s starting to get cooler and it will be time to take any plants … Continue reading

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Week 42 – Time to trim the houseplants

I missed last week at the studio.  The topic of the day was attending to the cuttings and plants you from the patio and garden that you saved back in October.  The winter light is weaker and days are shorter … Continue reading

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Week 40 – Gardening on the fiscal cliff

All the news is about the fiscal cliff.  How much money will I have?  How will it affect me?  This week we didn’t meet Rob at the station, but the subject for today was gardening inexpensively. There are a few … Continue reading

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Week 32 – It’s not early to think about Spring

Today we played with some plants that we can do something with during this time of year.  It’s good timing for days outdoors that are still warm, or indoors if we get a little snow.  There are some things you … Continue reading

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