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Drought Stress

This summer’s extreme heat and drought —unprecedented in some regions—is now manifesting with obvious effects on numerous trees, shrubs and plants in our neighborhoods and our personal gardens. Every plant

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Plants for Hummingbirds

“The daily hummingbird assaults existence with improbability.”– Ursula K. Le Guin Not only captivating to look at, hummingbirds have been a favorite of gardeners for centuries for their helpful pollinating

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Winter Burn

Winter weather this past season had its ups and downs and now many plants are showing signs of leaf only or leaf and stem desiccation, also called Winter Burn.  Broadleaf

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Summersweet

By R. Wayne Mezitt Among my favorite summer pleasures, golfing, bicycling or walking in the woods, is experiencing the heady, honey-peppery perfume of Clethra alnifolia, commonly and aptly known as

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Beneficial Insects

“Enjoy the little things, for one day you may look back and realize they were big things.” – Robert Brault Most gardeners have become at least a little familiar with some

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Hibiscus Plant Care

“When words escape, flowers speak.” Bruce W. Currie You aren’t alone if this winter has left you dreaming of a tropical, sun-soaked getaway. Running away to an island to forget

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Lilacs For Your Yard

By R. Wayne Mezitt Among the most familiar and most admired of New England’s spring flowering shrubs are the Lilacs (Syringa). Early Colonial settlers even prior to the 1700’s began

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