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Homeyer: Identifying invasives


I’m lucky. Unlike many houses built in the 1800s or early 1900s, mine had no invasive plants when I bought it in 1970, probably because it was...

An unwelcome lodger in the barn


After years of living in the woods, my wife, Linda, confronts most wildlife situations with equanimity. “There are animals fighting under the...

Homeyer: Gardening better as we age


As a Certified Senior Citizen, I sometimes wonder if I am too ambitious in my garden. I have about an acre of gardens with 200 or more kinds of...

I love to cook, and I love to eat. I got started gardening in the vegetable garden more than 70 years ago, in part, because everyone I knew loved...

Homeyer: You always win with hydrangeas


Unlike the games of chance at our local fair, you always win when you buy a hydrangea. They generally bloom their fool heads off every year, even...

If Jack, of Beanstalk fame, were to visit my garden, I think he would be impressed. I’m not sure how tall his beanstalk grew, but I got out my 10...

Summer is when many people are aware of insects, both annoying ones and beautiful examples. Butterflies and moths are some of the more noticeable...

You may not have the time and energy to weed and maintain lovely perennial flower beds – or even to grow a few tomatoes, carrots and beans. But if...

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