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Christmas Cactus

posted Dec 21st - 8:21am
Christmas Cactus is a great blooming holiday present. But getting it to bloom can be a hassle. Here's what you need to know to keep those flowers beautiful throughout the year.
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Hazelnuts

posted Dec 14th - 7:56am
You can grow Hazelnuts in Utah! Here's how.
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Walnuts

posted Dec 14th - 7:47am
Tis' the season to see nuts in the grocery store! Don't want to spend a bundle on nuts for your holiday? Here is how to grow your own!
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Deicing

posted Dec 14th - 7:37am
Keeping your walkways maintained during the snowy season isn't only good for keeping your feet snow free, its also important for public safety. But those chemical deicers can really reek havoc on your plant life come spring. Here's some alternatives.
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Spiders

Diane Alston  |  posted Dec 7th - 9:29am
Those critters may be sneaking into your home now that its cold outside. Here's what you need to do!
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Making your Christmas Tree Last Longer

posted Dec 7th - 9:09am
Every year we hear about all kinds of home remedies to make your Christmas tree stay green longer. Here's some great tips. Remember not to let the water fall past the cut line of your tree!
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Fall and Winter Watering

posted Nov 30th - 8:18am
There are still some things you can do to keep up on your tree's this season. Here's what you need to know!
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Keeping Holiday Plants Healthy

Taun Beddes  |  posted Nov 30th - 7:44am
There are some great seasonal house plants during the winter season. Here's how to take care of them!
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Citris Fruit in the Winter Season

Taun Beddes  |  posted Nov 30th - 7:42am
Citrus fruit, including grapefruit, oranges, mandarin oranges, lemons, limes and others, are at their peak of availability during the winter season.
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Cranberries

Teryl Roper  |  posted Nov 23rd - 10:10am
Thanksgiving is coming- if you want to have a great festival treat, home made cranberries are a great way to go!
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Wildlife Abatement

KSL Greenhouse Show  |  posted Nov 23rd - 9:15am
It's fall again and time to think about how to keep those pesky animals, that may find a home in your yard, out!
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Storing Chemicals for Winter

Dan Allen  |  posted Nov 23rd - 7:35am
Storing chemical can be pretty dangerous, if you don't do it right. Here's some quick tips for storing your pesticides and fertilizer this winter.
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Winterizing Garden Tools

posted Nov 16th - 7:21am
Its time to think about storing your tools and fertilizers for winter. Here's some tips
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Amaryllis

posted Nov 16th - 7:13am
How do you get your amaryllis to bloom over and over again? Find out here!
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Organic Matter in your Soil

Jerry Goodspeed  |  posted Nov 9th - 7:19am
Keeping plants healthy and productive starts with the soil. A good garden soil should be deep, workable, fertile, and contain some organic matter. Most native soils in the intermountain area will need to be amended and improved to become as productive as possible. Here's some tips to adding organic matter to improve your soil!
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