6 Things the Budding Gardener in Your Life Needs

August 3, 2019

Summer’s the perfect time to get into gardening. Waking up early with the sun and watching your plants, veggies, and flowers grow with the season is a joy as old as civilization. And it’s easier than ever to get into. Here are` six awesome products that aspiring green-thumbs and experienced gardeners alike are sure to […]

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Fire Emblem: Three Houses Guide – Gardening Advice And Tips

August 2, 2019

There are two nice side-distractions you can partake in when exploring the monastery in Fire Emblem: Three Houses. Fishing is a nice distraction that comes with a few perks. Gardening, on the other hand, is a much more valuable activity, and you should be making the greenhouse your first destination every time you decide to explore […]

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Gardening on a budget? We’ll show you how

July 19, 2019

Worried that doing up your garden will cost a small fortune? This doesn’t have to be the case, says garden designer Mark Gregory, one of the judges on Channel 5’s The Great Gardening Challenge. Armchair gardeners tuning in to the new six-part series this month will see horticultural professionals competing against each other, as they […]

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Great Gardening: The tidiness factor

July 12, 2019

It’s the worry of many a third-grader turning in a project, as well as gardeners who have visitors on the way. Or bus tours. Or photographers. And the answer is: Neatness counts – sometimes, sort of, and depending. What’s your garden style? I know people who can’t stand to see plants touching each other. That […]

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Get It Growing: Set your July fruit, veggie gardening calendar

July 10, 2019

Get walking, talking From 10-11:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 13, join Clallam County Master Gardeners for a walk at the 5th Street Community Garden in Port Angeles. These educational events focus on gardening techniques, vegetables that do well in our climate and chores that need to be done in the vegetable garden. Walks occur rain […]

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Get a jump on your July gardening

July 1, 2019

How refreshing to enter July with such mild, wet weather behind us. Still, we know from experience that July and August will likely heat up and dry out. For people that may be new to the area and were excited about the long growing season promised, you have been deceived. Harsh summer temperatures send most […]

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