Crafty Gardens

Author: Mary Dudley, Youth Education Coordinator As we start to wind down the season of weeding and watering, I find myself searching for interesting plant parts I can use for holiday decorations. When planting items in the spring I rarely …

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How many people struggle with rain on their properties where they don’t want it? In your basement, washing mulch away from your garden, ponding on your driveway. If you think you’re having problems, you should hear what is happening 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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What To Do When The Chicory Blooms

What to do when the chicory blooms? Know that summer has started, for sure — no more weirdly cold nights when you wish you hadn’t gone ahead and planted the most tender annuals. Plant Heavenly Blue Morning Glory seeds, along …

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Organizations around Cincinnati are celebrating Earth Day with many great opportunities to engage people of all ages in fun and learning about the amazing planet on which we live. Chances are your city, local environmental organization or park are planning …

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