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Garden Articles written for the Horticultural Column of the Frederick News-Post.  Please check back as they are updated as articles are submitted, thank you!

GIVING THANKS, 11-20

WELCOME FALL!, 10-20

AUTUMN TASKS: A LABOR OF LOVE, 09-20

ALL WORK AND NO PLAY? STOP AND SMELL THE ROSES, ER, HONEYSUCKLE, 08-20

PLANNING FOR THE FALL HARVEST, 07-20

IPM: A BEST PRACTICE FOR GARDENERS, 06-20


YES YOU CAN DIVIDE PERENNIALS NOW, 04-20

THE IDES OF MARCH:  A VEGETABLE GARDENER'S VIEW OF MARCH, 03-20

FINDING THOSE WINTER GARDEN PESTS, 02-20

CLIMATE CHANGE TIPS FOR GARDENERS, 01-20

BRING NATURE INSIDE, 12-19

A GARDENER'S WORK IS NEVER DONE, 11-19

A GOOD DAY FOR A CRY, 10-19


WE'RE NEVER TOO OLD OR TOO YOUNG TO LEARN--AND IT'S FREE FROM MASTER GARDENERS!, 9-19

PERMACULTURE AND THE HOME GARDEN:  FINDING A BALANCE, 8-19

BIG DECISIONS:  CHANGE YOUR GARDEN TO FIT YOUR NEEDS, 7-19

POLLINATOR FRIENDLY GARDENS BOOST ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH, 6-19

GARDEN CHORES--HAVE YOUR CAKE AND...ER ENJOY THE GARDEN, 5-19

GLAD I'M NOT A STARVING COLONIST, 4-19

FINDING JOY AND MAKING THE MOST OF MARCH, 2-19

THE DEAD OF WINTER, 1-19


MERRY, BRIGHT AND GREEN, 12-18

SCHLEY PARK RECEIVES BAY-WISE CERTIFICATION, 11-18

JOHNNY APPLESEED, 10-18

CONFESSIONS OF A SIDEWALK WEED WHIPPER, 9-18

BEES AND WASPS AND WHY THEY STING, 7-18

PLANNED AND UNPLANNED, 6-18

REDBUD FESTIVAL, REDBUD FEAST, 5-18

GARDENING WITH CHILDREN:  AN OXYMORON, 4-18

FAVORITE CHILD, 3-18

ADVENTURE AWAITS, 2-18

FOR THOSE WHO ARE LOOKING..., 1-18

FORGET THE TO-DO- LIST, 11-17

GOOD INTENTIONS-A CAUTIONARY TALE-PRAYING MANTIDS, 10-17

1.87 POUND TOMATO, 9-17

THERE IS A SEASON, 8-17

COOL AS A CUCUMBER, 7-17

MULCHING - THINK DONUT NOT VOLCANO, 5-17

TRY GROWING ASPARAGUS, 4-17

HAVE YOU SEEN THIS BEE?, 3-17

DON'T MISS OUT - GARLIC, 2-17

ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT, 1-17

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