150 Tips: Spring Lawn Care

A lawn, said Leon Snyder in a 1953 issue of Minnesota Horticulturist, is “like the canvas on which an artist paints his picture—a pleasant background for the flower and shrub border, and the cool shade of lawn trees.” Lawn care routines have varied a lot over the 150 years that the Minnesota State Horticultural Society…

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August Garden Chore List

Updated for 2021 August is the month when many of your garden efforts come to fruition — generally in the form of tomatoes, peppers, melons, eggplant, corn on the cob and other goodies. This is the month when much of your attention is focused on picking, preserving and sharing vegetables. Our heatwave in 2021 may…

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