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Monday Melange: Deer Grass
Written by Heleigh Bostwick    Monday, 01 August 2016
Deer Grass Deer grass, with its gracefully arching grayish-green leaves and tall yellow to purple flower spikes, is a native grass alternative to the invasive pampass grass.
Friday Five: Bountiful Harvest
Written by Heleigh Bostwick    Friday, 29 July 2016
garden party
If you've got a bumper crop of melons ripening on the vine or one too many zucchini on your counter, then here are five ideas for sharing your bountiful harvest.

Thursday Techniques: Rainwater Harvesting
Written by Heleigh Bostwick    Thursday, 28 July 2016
Cistern at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
With drought-like conditions affecting many parts of the world, rainwater collection or 'harvesting', is becoming an increasingly necessary option for providing water for plants and gardens.

Wednesday What's New: Arctic Greenhouses
Written by Heleigh Bostwick    Wednesday, 27 July 2016
Carbon footprint in garden Using greenhouses in the Arctic regions to grow vegetables has been a success, extending the growing season by an additional two months.
Tuesday Products: Powdery Mildew
Written by Heleigh Bostwick    Tuesday, 26 July 2016
Carbon footprint in garden
A whitish powdery looking coating on the leaves is the most obvious sign of powdery mildew, a fungus that affects many plants.
Monday Melange: Black Locust
Written by Heleigh Bostwick    Monday, 25 July 2016
black locust
Black locust, native to the southeastern US, has naturalized throughout many parts of the world and is now considered an invasive species.

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