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It’s a lovely spring day and you are sitting in your garden admiring your burgeoning broccoli plants. A little white butterfly flits by in the sunshine. Could this little darling be the voracious chomper that was secretly chewing on your brassicas as a caterpillar?! Brassica seedlings you have planted...
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This month, Maritime Northwest gardeners will spend time at the garden bench or kitchen counter, moving seedlings into larger pots so they can continue protected indoor growing before being set out into the spring weather. Taking a seedling from its seed flat and moving it to a pot of...
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Complex interactions take place in a garden. Plants and critters pull nutrients from many sources and every action has an effect on the ecosystem. Gardeners will never be able to understand or control everything that is going on. But a prudent approach is to enhance diversity through your plant...
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You don’t have to live in the woods to enjoy wild foods. Edible and medicinal plants thrive in urban areas, though we often think of them as weeds to be discarded rather than harvested. Dandelions are now marketed as gourmet greens. There are many other weeds that are both...