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The wet weather of the past few months put a damper on some outdoor activities, but it provided great conditions for a bumper crop of wild...

Homeyer: Putting away veggies for winter


Like any industrious squirrel, I am getting food stored and ready for winter. Even if your vegetable garden is depleted, you can buy things in bulk...

News of the Dreaded Asian Jumping Worm


After decades of improving my garden soil, I have an infestation of Asian jumping worms. They can eat all the organic material in the soil...

Homeyer: What the Monarchs need now


Monarchs are on the move! It is time for their long trip to Mexico to spend the winter. And like marathon runners, they need to bulk up on calories...



While vacationing recently on the Maine coast I admired many nice gardens. Many of them had hedges or fences, more than I am used to seeing in...

Most gardeners do some composting. Some folks compost anything that once was part of a living plant, often mixing it with barnyard waste; they turn...

I recently visited Bedrock Garden in Lee and came away feeling refreshed and enlightened. This 37-acre public garden was created on the premises of...

A rug can make all the difference


Is there any better feeling than pulling up a swath of old carpet to find beautiful hidden wooden floors? I think not! We moved into a new home...

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