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To tell someone from Ohio that it has been a wet spring would be humorous. Most of the central and eastern United States have been punished by floods or far more rain than average. As I write this today, on May 18th, many farmers in our area have yet to plant their fields. There are […]

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Now is the time where I start to get excited about spring planting which is right around the corner. While it is still early for many plants to be planted inside, many others can still be sown very early. For example, geraniums can be grown from seed, but need to be started about 12 weeks […]

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I recently got in a WHOLE bunch of trouble for telling someone to cut their flower spike close to the leaves or pseudobuld after the blooms had faded. My sister-in-law’s step-mother called me a liar telling me that I destroyed one of her plants. She had two orchids both of which recently bloomed. On one […]

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