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Fall Pruning Do’s and Don’ts

Autumn is the time of year when many of us are tempted to do some serious pruning to reduce a plant’s size, remove dead wood or simply as part of the fall cleanup process. However, it’s important to know what should be pruned at this time of year, and what shouldn’t. As you’ll see, it’s […]

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Spring Care for the Easiest Roses to Grow

By now, most of the northern hemisphere is through the worst of the winter weather and gardeners everywhere are eager to get out and dig in the dirt!  We’ve watched snow plows bury our gardens, run over precious plants, fill the yard with road salt and worse. Plus, this winter’s extreme temperatures – combined with […]

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Growing . . . Growth!

One thing I love about gardening is that there’s always the opportunity to learn something new. The natural world is so full of wonders that every day fresh information, connections, and ways of being are reveled to those who take notice. Beautiful, improved plants are introduced every year and the latest research gives us the […]

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Getting Roses Ready for Spring

After a cold, dark winter is there anything as heartwarming as the early signs of spring? Here in Vermont, aside from the tiny Snowdrop bulbs breaking through the ground, one of the first signs of spring is the arrival of the red-winged blackbirds as their sounds fill the air with joyous sounds.  Then we begin […]

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