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Gifts of Fragrance in the Early Spring Garden 

Gifts of Fragrance in the Early Spring Garden

How often do we miss things because we are just too busy to “slow down and smell the flowers?” Continue reading

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’Tis The Time of Year . . .

‘Tis the time of year . . . to look back and to look forward. To celebrate seasons past and those to come. A time when days grow shorter, and the nights grow longer. A time to remember the beauty of fall, drop into the mystery of winter, anticipate the magic of spring and imagine the surprises of summer. Continue reading

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Great Long-Blooming Plants for Pollinators

A 2013 plant trial conducted by Penn State Extension, Bees, Bugs & Blooms, ranked three species native to our Mid-Atlantic region as among the best plants for flowering longevity, and in attracting desirable insects. An additional benefit is that deer dislike all three plants. Learn more . . . Continue reading

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The Glencarlyn Pollinator Garden and the Importance of Pollinators

By Ana Karla Coudert & Shrive Beck, Extension Master Gardener Interns Photos © 2019 Elaine Mills What are pollinators and why are they important to humans? You may have heard that a butterfly is a pollinator, that pollinators flit from … Continue reading

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