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Giant Pumpkin Growers

posted Aug 3rd - 10:33am
Its about that time again! Get all your info about Giant Pumpkins here
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Herbicide Damage

posted Aug 3rd - 8:40am
Misuse of herbicides can seriously damage your plants. Here's a list of preventative and corrective measures and also some of the symptoms that you may be seeing in your yard.
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Fire Chalice

posted Aug 3rd - 8:05am
What plant flowers all season? Fire Chalice is one, and its native to Utah!
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Conservation Education

posted Jul 27th - 10:25am
Check out the Conservation Garden Park for all Waterwise plant classes! Coming up on Tuesday the Home Design Tour
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Rose of Sharon

Taun Beddes  |  posted Jul 27th - 9:09am
All about Rose of Sharon!
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Leaf Scorch

Dennis Hinkamp  |  posted Jul 27th - 8:17am
Summer heat is scorching your tree's making them susceptible to other diseases-- like leaf scorch.
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Iris Society Fundraiser

posted Jul 20th - 10:49am
Contact the Utah Iris Society to Donate!
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Amanda Christensen  |  posted Jul 20th - 8:23am
Apricots are in season, but what do you do with the excess of all that fruit? We'll tell you how!
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The Early Utah Gardener

Paddock W. and H. NYipple. 1910. NYe Rural NYience Series: NYuit NYowing In Arid Regions. NYe NYMillan Company. New York, NY. NY: 4-6.  |  posted Jul 20th - 7:59am
The early pioneers planted many of the fruit and veggies that we use in our garden every year, but it wasn't so easy for them.
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Scrappy Trees Raw and Exposed

posted Jul 13th - 7:28am
Russian Hawthorne, Tartarian Maple, and Japanese Tree Lilac are just a few of these "scrappy trees", that just took care of themselves!
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Goldenrain Tree

posted Jul 6th - 8:15am
Great tree for any yard!
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America's Romance with the English Garden

posted Jul 4th - 9:57am
Are you looking for a good read? This book tells how great marketing and technological innovation at the turn of the century heavily influenced what we plant in our yards today and how this impacts our daily lives!
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Temple Square

posted Jun 29th - 10:15am
Temple Square Garden Talks has free classes and tours. Click here for dates and info!
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Greater Peachtree Borer

posted Jun 29th - 8:13am
Are you having issues with pests in your fruit tree's? USU's insect and disease guide can help
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Perennial Hibiscus

Taun Beddes  |  posted Jun 29th - 7:29am
Your hibiscus may not be safe this year-- we'll tell you why!
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