‘Weeding’ Through Gardening Websites — The Peterborough & Area Master Gardeners

by Emma Murphy, Master Gardener Gardening resources on the internet are plentiful but can quickly become overwhelming for both novice and experienced gardeners. Over the past year I have noticed certain websites that continually show up at the top of my search results; these sites are “gardening content farms”, a term I learned from fellow […]

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Bulbs for All Seasons — The Peterborough & Area Master Gardeners

In the next few weeks, autumn will arrive and garden centres will fill their shelves with mums, ornamental cabbages and other fall flowers. And spring flowering bulbs will be available too! Spring bulbs like tulips and daffodils are planted in our gardens in the fall and appear the next spring. There is an upcoming opportunity […]

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Shed of The Year 2019 and the Dunbar Number; Bees are Back; Jewelled Insects. — thegardenimpressionists

In a blatant bit of promotional activity, I’m asking any readers of this to support “The Hut” in a public vote to find the Cuprinol Shed of The Year 2019. Having decided to enter “The Hut” into this annual national competition back in spring, it was a big surprise to be contacted about a month […]

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The Master Gardeners’ Bookshelf — The Well-Tended Perennial Garden — Master Gardeners of Northern Virginia

Extension Master Gardener Elaine Mills reviews the most recent edition of The Well-Tended Perennial Garden: The Essential Guide to Planting and Pruning Techniques by Tracy DiSabato-Aust.

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Small Space Gardening for Pollinators — Master Gardeners of Northern Virginia

Homeowners with small yards or apartment dwellers with balconies may wonder what role they can play in supporting pollinators. The good news is that by selecting smaller sizes of woody plants and making creative use of containers, gardeners with limited space can enjoy appealing landscapes that attract a wide variety of these creatures.

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