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Wait till you see what’s behind Laurie and Rick Jarmer’s deer fence! I love learning about all aspects of gardening. And the best ..read more
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Perhaps I caught your attention with today’s topic, eh? After all, we gardeners love saving money in the garden, right? You can learn ..read more
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One of the favorite aspects of my job as a garden writer is that I get to meet awesome, inspiring gardeners all over the country. It has ..read more
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For this week’s garden column, I wrote about tomato care. I felt it was important to discuss what we gardeners need to be doing for our ..read more
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I recently learned something interesting about broccoli harvesting from our friends. And it’s so intriguing that I wanted to share it ..read more
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One of the most enjoyable things a gardener can do during the summer months is go on garden tours. It’s a great way to get inspired, ..read more
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If you live in the Inland Northwest, you won’t want to miss the Friends of Manito Spring Plant Sale next weekend! That’s the topic of ..read more
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My husband, Bill, is a genius! As you have probably seen, I place rings of copper tape around the base of my cabbage family seedlings to ..read more
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Most gardeners know that when it comes to growing cabbage family crops, insects are likely part of the package. In my garden, these crops ..read more
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Take a look at this tomato seedling. I just planted it in the garden yesterday and am very pleased with the shape it’s in. Now, I’m not ..read more

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