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Washington Gardener is THE magazine all about gardening in the greater DC region. I'm Kathy Jentz, the editor. Sometimes I tweet about nongardening topics too.
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Washington Gardener 10h
Garden tip of the Day: Did you know the fall-flowering Crocus sativus is the source of Saffron spice? Time to...
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Tuttle Publishing 13h
's latest issue contains a review of THE CHINESE ART OF FLOWER ARRANGING!
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Washington Gardener 15h
I know when I speak I am so drained right afterwards and want to nap (but don't). But then I usually get a wave if creativity shortly after.
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Washington Gardener 15h
Replying to @FlyingCloud01
It Seens early but not really.
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Meagan Healy 16h
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Washington Gardener 15h
Japanese anemone blooming in my garden
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Washington Gardener 16h
Garden tip of the Day: Time to order and plant fall-flowering Crocus is now See:
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Washington Gardener 17h
7 “Secret” Gardens/Parks/Plazas Around be nice if there were more plantings at plaza
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Washington Gardener 19h
Resources for Youth Gardening in in Washington gardener magazine August 2017
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Washington Gardener Aug 22
I will be showing of purple rain instead.
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UMD Home&Garden Info Aug 22
Read the 'Ask the Expert" Q&A in the August issue of Washington Gardener magazine
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Washington Gardener Aug 22
Addressing suburban dilemma "I would advise that no one should feed deer for several reasons"
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Washington Gardener Aug 22
Win a Gardening & Nature Photography Workshop at Lucibella Farm
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Corona Tools 22 Jun 16
NEW! Principles of guide is here! Tons of great tips in this FREE d/l
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Washington Gardener Aug 22
Garden tip of the Day: Inspect perennial plants (ex phlox) for powdery mildew. If seen, prune them back Discard affected foliage
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Washington Gardener Aug 22
Read the Chaste Tree cover story in the Washington Gardener Magazine August 2017 issue
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Washington Gardener Aug 22
Lots of great stuff in our August issue of Washington Gardener Magazine! See link in our profile…
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Washington Gardener Aug 21
Or squirrels or stink bugs or birds. Everyone loves corn
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Washington Gardener Aug 21
Yes and yes. Best view was from my back garden where I had lots a big oak a few years ago.
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washingtondc Aug 21
Itching for your next natural phenomenon following the ? Check out the Corpse Flower at
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