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10th Annual Cabin Fever Garden Symposium

CABIN FEVER TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE   The Master Gardener Foundation of Spokance County annual gardening symposium is scheduled for March 30, 2019 and will again be held at CenterPlace Regional Event Center.  Check here for more event details and ticket information.  For true gardeners, thinking about our gardens doesn’t stop when they are put to bed for the winter.  In fact, this is the most fun and fruitful time of year to think and learn and dream about possibilities and improvements! One way to gain inspiration for your garden and boost your…

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General Garden Info

Successful Gardening

Can’t miss information for successful gardening. Ornamentals Proper soil preparation is important to ensure successful transplanting. Begin preparing the area for planting by clearing weeds and loosening the soil. If the soil is hard to work, it may need to be moistened first and then allowed to drain. (Do not work wet soil!) Dig a hole 2 to 3 times larger than the root ball. Gently loosen the roots before planting, if necessary. Score the sides of the hole with a spade or fork and lightly amend the planting hole…

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General Garden Info

Perennial Gardening in Containers

Perennial Gardening in Containers 1. Container garden considerations: From patios and balconies to staircases and porches, container gardens can add color and interest to any area around your home. And you don’t even need a garden. There is a lot to consider in planting and maintaining container gardens. There should be enough informatio n here to make your first attempt a success. We are going to concentrate on perennials. Although annuals make excellent long-flowering container specimens, perennials have one advantage; although they may cost more, they can be placed out…

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