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Natural treasures found during fall
Leaves, pinecones, seed heads, pods and more great for festive fall and winter decor, Jolene Wallace writes.
Ways to care for perennial garden after hot, dry summer
Good time to cut unsightly stems, remove tattered plants, make notes for next season, Amy Ivy writes.
North Country on brink of apple season
Apples are the perfect fruit for local eating during autumn, Laurie Davis writes.
Time for end of summer garden cleanup
Remove spent plants from your gardens so the remaining vegetation can look its best through the fall, Amy Ivy writes.
Making quality feed
New methods provide better qualities and qualities of feed than traditional pasturing, according to columnist Peter Hagar.
Time to take note of garden
Make notes or take photos of gardens so that you know what you want to repeat and change next year, Jolene Wallace writes.
Going buggy in the garden
Learn your bugs so you are killing, keeping the right ones, gardening expert Amy Ivy advises.
Tips for stretching harvest season
Now that the full summer bounty is available, itâ€™s time to be thinking about how to preserve that harvest for the off-season, Laurie Davis writes.
Liven dull shade gardens with sun-loving perennials
Shade gardens create a welcome refuge on a hot summer day, Amy Ivy writes.
Late blight has arrived
Late blight has been confirmed on tomatoes in a home garden in West Chazy, Amy Ivy writes.
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