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Blueberries bring a unique combination of delicious fruit and striking, year round ornamental beauty to the garden and landscape. They're relatively easy to grow and require minimal care. By following just a few basic steps, your blueberry plants will thrive for many decades and provide you with abundant fruit every year. We highly recommend you read the Blueberries Simplifed section of our site for a primer on selecting varieties. Below are some basic tips to help ensure your success with blueberries Site Selection and Preparation Select a sunny location with well-drained soil that is free of weeds and is well-worked. It's best to locate your blueberry plants in an area where irrigation is readily available as…
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This time of year we love to celebrate our graduates, and what better way to show your support than with fresh flowers? At Matlack Florist we understand that these grads are important in your life, and you want to choose just the right blooms for their special day. Here’s a few ideas on what to select for a more meaningful gift The Money Tree Even the name sounds perfect for a graduate! This symbolic plant is perfect to pair with the real gift that all grads need, money. What a clear way to show your financial support while giving them a beautiful and tangible gift as well. They’ll think of how much you are sustaining their future every time they see this small tree, perfect for a college dorm room or a first…
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15 Vegetables Best Started from Seed
By Ken Lain, the mountain gardener Issue 021117 Growing Vegetables From Seed Feb 11 - Wildflowers: Ready - Set - Grow Late winter is the ideal time to start wildflower seeds, but you can't just chuck them onto the landscape and expect success. We share all the local tips that ensure a spectacular showing of these bloomers. You will know the best seed, soils, food, and techniques that brings on the color this spring. Come early, this class can be standing room only Feb 18 - Gardening for Newcomers Learn all the mountain secrets to local garden success. This is an information packed class guaranteed to increase garden blooms and fruit this year. The first 10 students to bring $10 and a soil sample receives a pH soil test done on site with…