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Handling the harvest

July 29, 2009 In spite of cooler than normal temperatures that slowed down the growth of heat-loving crops, there is still plenty of harvest to enjoy and look forward to in the coming month. more »»

Weekend Gardener

June 17, 2009 So you want to put a new garden, or a first garden, into your landscape, but the task seems too overwhelming to consider. more »»

Victory in gardening

June 3, 2009 It’s a vicious cycle. Food that travels long distances to reach our plates uses up precious fuel. more »»

Soil texture is important for healthy plants

May 4, 2009 Anyone who gardens in Ohio knows that soil textures can be different from one backyard to another. more »»

Gardening greats

August 28, 2008 For the second time, Frank and Joan Travers, of Bristol Champion Townline Road in Champion Township, have won first place in the Tribune Chronicle and Trumbull County Master Gardeners Amateur Garden... more »»

Annual Alliances

August 21, 2008 Gardeners love to show off. more »»

Preserving herbs: How to store those useful plants

August 13, 2008 Thanks to cooking shows on television, everyone is getting into the act of using herbs to season their favorite foods. more »»

Divide to thrive

August 6, 2008 If your once lovely perennial plant is beginning to die out in the center, it is likely not a doomed plant but is simply in need of dividin. more »»

Splitting up means getting ahead for perennials

August 6, 2008 If your once lovely perennial plant is beginning to die out in the center, it is likely not a doomed plant but is simply in need of dividin. more »»

July vegetable garden

August 4, 2008 July in the vegetable garden is when the real harvest begins. Neighbors are competing for the first ripe tomato of the seaso. more »»

Children’s gardens

July 21, 2008 It was a garden that brought young Mary Lennox from her lonely shell in the classic children’s story “The Secret Garden,’’ written by Frances Hodgson Burnett in 1909. more »»

Growing everything just about everywhere

July 14, 2008 There are no excuses in gardening. Whether there is acres of land available or merely a porch step, sidewalk or balcony, there is no excuse for not gardening. more »»

Celebrating herbs

July 14, 2008 Whether you pronounce it with a silent “h”, or whether you blatantly hiss it out like the blunt edge of a sword, herbs are plants that are not to be dismissed. more »»

Vegetable gardening

June 30, 2008 Nothing tastes better than food you have grown yourself. Juicy tomatoes that have ripened from the sunshine in your own backyard have more flavor than any variety sitting on grocery store shelves. more »»

Escape to the Backyard

June 23, 2008 Creating a backyard oasis where your family can enjoy their summer days might seem like a daunting task, but if you think of your yard the way you think of your house, it might not be as overwhelming. more »»

 
 

 

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