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Homeyer: The magic of mulch

7/30/21

Mulch is commonly used to help suppress weeds and to hold in soil moisture in dry times. There are many different kinds of mulch and it is...

The story of Jack, of Bean Stalk fame, appealed to me as a boy, and still does. I love climbing vines and grow many including those that are...

Summer is the season when we spend more time near lakes and ponds, where it’s common to hear or see some of New Hampshire’s 10 species of frogs...

Henry Homeyer: Mid-summer blossoms

7/16/21

Mid-summer is often a quiet time for flowers – many gardens have fewer dramatic blossoms than in the spring. I have made an effort to have plenty...

If you are a regular reader of this column, you know that I kill plants (just like you probably do). Houseplants. Annuals flowers in the ground...

Newborn calves are more delicate than you might think. They do not control their internal temperatures well and can die from cold or heat that...

If you don’t have a peony, I’m surprised. If you don’t have three, you should. They are blooming now, and this is a great time to buy them. Go to...

It feels good to save a life. Of course, it’s best to avoid accidents, but even with the best planning, they happen, and last week Bear, a Scottish...

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