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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
Its that time of season now when you start seeing problems with your tomato's. 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 your plants in your yard but 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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Autumn Joy Sedum

posted Aug 16th - 8:20am
Autumn Joy Sedum can be a great addition to your yard! It blooms during the mid autumn- when most other plants have already stopped, or have not yet started, flowering.
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Planting for the Fall!

Taun Beddes  |  posted Aug 9th - 10:09am
Coming up soon if you want to by some tree's and shrubs for your yard and plant them in the fall. Here's a few things you should note before buying
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Spiders

posted Aug 9th - 8:12am
Spiders are important to maintaining a good yard and keeping other pests in your yard at bay.
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Squash Bugs

posted Jul 19th - 9:15am
Squash Bugs can annihilate your crops within 24 hours!
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Common Hackberry

posted Jul 19th - 8:19am
What out for this tree- it's a fine tree- but can definitely come with some problems.
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Insecticides

posted Jul 12th - 9:52am
Insecticides can be damaging- but if used correctly you can minimize damage. Here are some alternatives that are more friendly.
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Rose of Sharon

posted Jul 12th - 8:16am
Rose of Sharon have gorgeous flowers that bloom on a large woody bush. Here's some good information from Missouri Botanical Garden
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Edible Ornimentals

posted Jul 5th - 9:35am
There are many plants which you can grow in your yard that are edible, and still look great! Here are just a few options
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Hollyhock

posted Jul 5th - 9:09am
These are some beautiful flowers that are in bloom right now! We've linked a couple websites that can help you discover what variety to grow in your yard.
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Pesticide Safety

Taun Beddes  |  posted Jun 28th - 10:12am
We've been talking heavily about pesticide safety and the impacts they can have on the environment. Here's some quick tips for what you can do as a home owner.
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