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Norfolk Island Pine

Taun Beddes  |  posted Dec 6th - 7:17am
Your new favorite houseplant is easy to care for and is just as pretty after the holiday season.
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Can I Grow Tomatoes in the Winter?

Taun Beddes  |  posted Nov 29th - 7:46am
Fresh salsa and beautiful salads ARE possible this season.
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Holiday Cactus

Taun Beddes  |  posted Nov 29th - 7:22am
Bring the prickly stuff home for the holidays.
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Pothos: Houseplants Made Easy

Taun Beddes  |  posted Nov 22nd - 8:33am
An enjoyable hobby includes growing indoor plants.
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The 411 on Firewood

Taun Beddes  |  posted Nov 22nd - 8:20am
A few things to consider when heating your home the wooden way.
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Poinsettia - Nurture it or Throw it Away?

Dennis Henkamp and Jerry Goodspeed  |  posted Nov 22nd - 8:08am
Poinsettias are the plant we associate most with Christmas. It is the bestselling potted plant in America.
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Pruning Landscape Trees

posted Nov 8th - 9:47am
This fact sheet describes why, when and how to prune branches from landscape trees. It describes where to make pruning cuts to avoid stubs and flush-cuts and why wound dressings should not be used.
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Fall's a Good Time to Move Perennials

Dennis Hinkamp  |  posted Nov 8th - 8:18am
Before the leaves cover everything and the ground freezes solid enough to break your spade is a good time to move perennials. Some overgrown monsters may need to move to the compost pile while others just may need a change of address in your yard.
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Lawns in Utah

posted Sep 20th - 3:15pm
Utah is a desert, so it's important to watch your water use. Here are some tips to keep your lawn green all year long and conserve water.
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Field Bindweed

Taun Beddes  |  posted Sep 20th - 2:03pm
Field bindweed can be the bane of a healthy yard's existence. Here's what you should know.
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Harvest Times

posted Sep 6th - 10:16am
Melons and other fruits and veggies are ripening in your yard. Here's when you should plan on harvesting.
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Tomato Problems

posted Sep 6th - 9:13am
It's that time of season when you start seeing problems with your tomatoes. Here's what you can do!
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Chrysanthemums

posted Aug 30th - 10:19am
These beauties are a beautiful fall-blooming flower that looks great all year long!
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Dealing with Uncooperative Soil

Taun Beddes  |  posted Aug 23rd - 9:38am
Many things can go wrong with the plants in your yard, but soil is one of the first and most important things you can look at when making sure that your plants thrive!
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Canning Preservation

posted Aug 16th - 9:13am
Make sure you can everything safely this season!
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