Chisago County Master Gardener
This isn’t my favorite topic because it means that winter is on its way.  I don’t have anything against winter, well not much, anyway.  However, for gardeners who spend every spare minute in the garden, it’s hard to see the season end.  On a positive note, there are some things we can still...Read More
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There are several reasons why fall is a good time to be adding or replacing evergreens in your landscape. One of the main reasons is that most nurseries and garden centers offer a fine selection of trees and shrubs, including evergreens, at discount prices this time of year. They prefer selling at a...Read More
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By Jerry Vitalis, Chisago County Master Gardener The Chisago County Master Gardeners recently offered a class on growing garlic in the home garden that was presented by Carl Rosen, Soil Scientist at the University of Minnesota.   Carl became interested in growing garlic after being asked how best t...Read More
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The Master Gardeners just finished another successful weekend at the Almelund Threshing Show.  Earlier I predicted that many of our questions would be on tomato problems, getting rid of Creeping Charlie, and there were two new concerns that kept coming up. Bloom drop of tomatoes, peppers, squash, z...Read More
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Now that most gardens are planted and transplanted, gardeners are ready to start weeding and harvesting.  So we walk through the garden each morning checking the progress.  If we notice something has been eating our new transplants and the tops are eaten off, it could be deer, rabbits, birds, etc....Read More
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