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Protect the environment by capturing storm water in a rain garden before it becomes polluting runoff.

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Tip of the Day

Add Iron to Roses

If the new leaves on your roses are pale yellow or the areas between the leaf veins are yellow, your plants may be iron deficient. Spray a chelated iron fertilizer on the leaves to correct the deficiency.

Green Gardening Tips

Invite Good Guys into the Garden

Looking for help controlling pests in the garden? There is an army of tiny helpers eager to lend a hand…
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Gardener to Gardener

Summer is winding down and the cooler days of fall beckon. But there is no need to hang up your gardening gloves as the seasons change. No matter where you garden, you can still continue to enjoy homegrown produce by planting crops to harvest in the fall and even winter months, and keep on with the harvest of summer planted crops until frost and cold weather arrive. Find out how to plant for a late harvest and pick at the peak of perfection in this month's report.
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