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Trellis On the House

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One of my favorite ways to spruce up an otherwise dingy and bare exterior wall is to grow a climbing rose. Though many climbers are voratious and will [&hellip…

Planting a Rose Garden

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Martha in her East Hampton rose garden Planting a rose garden is by no means an easy task. Roses are like all things beautiful – they require lots [&hellip…

Your Plants are in the Mail

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They say you reap what you sow.  In my case it’s more like I am a bit awash in what I chose.  Indeed, after I’d looked through all [&hellip…

Broadcasting from the Gardens

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Posted by Alexis Tirado The New York Botanical Gardens is a phenomenon — there are acres and acres of greenery! Just like people can’t believe that Central Park [&hellip…

Support Your Local Co-operative Extension

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Posted by Tony Bielaczyc   We love to get questions from listeners to Homgrown, we really do.  It makes us feel connected to listeners and that we're not [&hellip…

A Shout Out to the Bug that Roared

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Posted by Tony Bielaczyc Mention bugs to somebody and they almost always have a squeamish reaction to the word. Creepy, crawly, multi-legged, sticky, drippy, piercing visions ala Indiana [&hellip…

Dormant Season Pruning; Fruit Trees

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Posted by Tony Bielaczyc Despite gale force winds, ice storms, snow storms, sheets of rain or sleet, heat waves and all heck breaking loose on the weather front [&hellip…

Question of the week: Ordering Buck Roses

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Buck roses are known for being tough; they initially were bred by Dr. Griffith Buck to withstand the cold Iowan winters.  His philosophy of making easy to grow, [&hellip…