Tag Archives: Plant propagation

Gardening in and out

At last, it is spring in New England. Mr. and Mrs. Cardinal are even out and about looking for dinner. The plants for the MG sale are now on our driveway where I’m hoping they will start to grow with a little … Continue reading

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My world

Last week I attended a MG plant propagation class at UNH. We covered the various ways to divide perennials, take cuttings, and how to overwinter plants. The most interesting take aways for me were a couple of simple ones. When you pot … Continue reading

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Summertime

We’ve had high temperatures, high humidity, and a heat index around 100 for too many days. It’s hot. It’s dry. It is really dry as you can see from the lack of water flowing over the Cocheco Falls. Geez, there’s grass and weeds growing … Continue reading

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