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When to Plant Trees

For most trees, fall is the best time to plant. The soil is warm but not waterlogged the way it can be in spring, and trees without leaves make fewer demands on their roots to provide nutrients. 561 more words

Wisconsin Gardening

Bringing the Asparagus Harvest to a Close

Oh, those delicious spears are one of the great harbingers of Spring in Wisconsin, and it’s a bit heartbreaking when it’s time to draw the harvest to a close! 275 more words

Outagamie County Master Gardener Association

Lucy's Corner

Our friend and Master Gardener Lucy Valitchka has been successfully growing vegetables longer than many of our members have been gardening. Each year, we ask Lucy to teach our new class the section on Vegetables, and she also graciously supplies an article for our Summer Newsletter. 572 more words

Outagamie County Master Gardener Association

Exotic Alliums

by Master Gardener Tammy Borden

The vase sat on my desk holding a few hosta leaves and only a single flower. But as coworkers passed by, each one couldn’’t help but comment. 760 more words

Wisconsin Gardening

Once again in bloom

What a year 2016 has been!  A whirlwind of activity, and sickness, and going here and there and look the kids are taking EOG tests, and now, OMG it’s almost June!     693 more words

Natural Gardening

Garden Update

While I’ve been traveling here and there, a lot has also been going on at home, specifically in my little garden so it’s time for an update. 733 more words