Monthly Archives: September 2016

Wordless Wednesday

Submitted by: Jon B., MG since 1997

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Junior Master Gardener Growing & Giving Smiles

Reblogged: Burleigh Extension, NDSU, 09/11/16 There’s nothing better than seeing beautiful flowers grown in gardens during the summer! Well maybe there is something better…like receiving a floral arrangement of homegrown flowers. Burleigh County residents in nursing homes, assistant living, and hospitals have been … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday

Submitted by: Jon B., MG since 1997

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Keep your Dahlias

Reblogged: Garden Snips, 09/12/16 Dahlias will not winter over in places where the ground freezes, but they are easy to store if you have a cool place to keep them. Start by making labels while the plants are still blooming, so you … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday

Submitted by: Jon B., MG since 1997

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Prune that Raspberry patch

Originally posted on Garden Snips:
Understanding how raspberries produce is the key to getting the most from them. While their roots are perennial, their canes are biennial, dying after the second growing year. In order to prune successfully, you have…

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Wordless Wednesday

Submitted by: Jon B., MG since 1997

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