8:00 AM Sep 21, 2014

by CONNIE JACKSON,

Erie County Master Gardener

Rain gardens, pollinators, living shoreline… 25 Erie County Master Gardeners sampled them all last Monday night touring three public gardens in Sandusky.

11:30 AM Sep 17, 2014

Rain gardens, pollinators, living shoreline… twenty-five Erie County Master Gardeners sampled them all last Monday night touring three public gardens in Sandusky.

10:03 AM Sep 15, 2014
A favorite tree from my childhood was a large white oak outside the dining room window.
 
4:45 AM Sep 1, 2014
It is the end of the summer. It is the time of year when goldenrod bursts into an irresistible profusion of tiny yellow flowers clustered on individual, unbranched leafy stems. In Ohio, the show continues through October.
2:34 PM Aug 25, 2014
Q. I’ve noticed during my nightly walks through town that many people have brown, dead sections on their bushes and shrubs. How did this happen, and what should be done to the dead spots, if anything?
5:06 AM Aug 19, 2014
Garlic and onion are probably ready in most gardens. Garlic was actually early this year; it was starting to dry down a couple of weeks ago.
 
4:44 PM Aug 10, 2014
Taking the advice of Let’s Get Growing, Sunday, July 27, I decided to visit the area gardens.
8:48 PM Jul 28, 2014
Sometimes it’s not such a bad idea to take a break from backyard chores by taking a stroll through a botanical garden or an arboretum.
 
3:34 PM Jul 21, 2014
I recently read an article about stinging nettles, and was so intrigued by the potential health benefits that I decided to do a little more research on the plant.
 
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