Inland Northwest, High Desert

February, 2003
Regional Report

In the Garden

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Plant bare-root everything now

As soon as the soil is workable, plant bare root roses, daylilies, fruit trees – everything you’ve dreamed of these long winter months. First, though, we must figure out what that phrase, "workable soil" means. All winter long Mother Nature has...
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Resources

Books

Square Foot Gardening, Square Foot Gardening, by Mel Bartholomew, 1981, $11.87. I’ve lent this book out to friends so...

Local Buzz

What season is it, really? Everybody is in a tizzy over the early budding that we’re seeing. Even though we still see...
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Regional Reminders

  • Raised Beds Can Insure Good Gardening
  • 2. Take advantage of winter-loosened soil: Weed now.
  • Use Cold Frames To Plant Earlier
  • 4. Pick up seeds easily.
  • 5. Last call for dormant oil.

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