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Monthly Archives: January 2019

Protect Your Plants from Overwintering Insects

It’s Garden Chat Wednesday! Looking to keep pests away but protect helpful pollinators? Look no further than dormant oil! Niki and Cody have some excellent advice for combating overwintering insects and getting ahead of crape myrtle bark scale. More information?


It’s Garden Chat Wednesday! We’re in the greenhouse with Cody who has some advice for starting seeds indoors. He’s planting nasturtium for our Butterfly House and Chinese cabbage for our Demonstration Vegetable Garden. Keep an eye out in mid-February: we’ll … Continue reading

What’s Growing On – January 2019

If you think hollies are boring, think again! While known primarily as an evergreen holiday decoration in North America, hollies are actually quite varied in appearance and range worldwide. In fact, the Ilex genus is estimated to have 400-600 species … Continue reading

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