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Check out these beautiful countryside venues and rustic features used to represent the couples' personalities and create a country theme.
Check out these beautiful countryside venues and rustic features used to represent the couples' personalities and create a country theme.
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Keep these new English Roses in mind when planning for Spring 2015.
Keep these flowers in mind when planning for Spring 2015.
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Here are the top 10 new product offerings from W. Atlee Burpee & Co.
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Learn about the cranberry industry and a fourth generation, cranberry farm in central Wisconsin.
Habelman Bros. is a fourth-generation cranberry farm in central Wisconsin
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High Country Gardens introduces new plant varieties that thrive in tough growing conditions including drought, heat and infertile soils.
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Be realistic as you're making plans for the growing season
Radio interview source: Jennifer Smith, Extension Horticulturist, Kansas State University   Listen to the radio mp3 or read below Gardening is fertile ground for New Year's resolutions,...
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Mistletoe grows on trees and isn't good for much other than getting a smooch
Radio interview source: Jennifer Smith, Extension Horticulturist, Kansas State University   Listen to the radio mp3 or read below When you step under the mistletoe, pucker up because you...
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Try selling your own wildflowers and grasses
Radio interview source: Barbara Fairchild, Spokeswoman, Grow Native   Listen to the radio mp3 or read below Native plants are becoming a highly sought-after addition to the landscape as...
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Deborah Marqui at the gate of Healing Gardens
Cancer survivor Deborah Marqui opens her historic St. Charles, Illinois farm and gardens to share the soothing power of the natural world.
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Leave that pretty white flower growing in the ditch alone. Water hemlock is so poisonous, even a small amount could kill you. Learn to recognize it and stay away.
Radio interview source:  Rhonda Ferree, Extension Horticulture Educator, University of Illinois Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below   There are plenty of weedy...

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