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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 3h
A frost advisory is in effect for the entire Washington area Tuesday night...
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Washington Gardener 6h
Discuss "Ghost Image" on 11/2 at Washington Gardener Magazine's quarterly Garden meeting at
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Washington Gardener 9h
Garden tip of the Day: Bring Amaryllis indoors before a hard freeze. Store in cool dark place and do not water until leaves emerge
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Washington Gardener 11h
Stone Garden Sculpture by Devin Devine at
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Washington Gardener Oct 16
I don't know moth ID well but I bet might.
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Washington Gardener Oct 16
I shared my Top Tulip Picks and Tips in this article on Medium linked below. (Give me some claps there, if you...
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Washington Gardener Oct 16
I just published “Tulip Mania”
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Washington Gardener Oct 16
Garden tip of the Day: Pot up rosemary and chives for over-wintering indoors.
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Washington Gardener Oct 16
Replying to @capitalweather
what are frost/freeze chances for tonight?
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Washington Gardener Oct 16
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Washington Gardener Oct 15
Reliving some bad memories tonight - seeing in my Twitter stream so many others with similar experiences
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Washington Gardener Oct 15
Replying to @pmeyer19
Think that is the House on 12th st across DC border in shepherd park loyd of smoke but not too many flames. Everyone out safely
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Washington Gardener Oct 15
Sourcing Wedding Reception Flowers from your home garden ...
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SSTimebank Oct 14
There r 2 upcoming SSTB events. The Holiday Swap is 10/22 & next new mbr orientation 10/26. RT and share.
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Washington Gardener Oct 15
Garden tip of the Day: Dig up bulbs from Gladiolus, Canna, and other tender bulbs; cut off foliage; let dry for a week; and store
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Washington Gardener Oct 14
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Washington Gardener Oct 14
Garden tip of the Day: Plant evergreens for winter interest.
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Washington Gardener Oct 14
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