The monarch butterfly is a magnificent creature whose lifecycle, over the course of 3-4 annual generations, crosses from Mexico throughout the eastern United States. Three generations a year feed and reproduce in temperate climates with the fourth generation adapted to …

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The moon was pink for awhile Tuesday night. My garden was well-watered, if not well-weeded, and I sat by open windows enjoying late breezes bringing the smell of warm rosemary to my desk. I’ve been making pen and ink drawings …

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When Civic Garden Center staff and volunteers think of the first weekend of May, our automatic first association is THE Plant Sale. It has been happening for over 60 years now and it is the big event for many Cincinnati …

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