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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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Thank you merrifieldgardencenter for a lovely welcome this morning
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Put a dab of honey l?
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Clare Jacocks 8h
Replying to @WDCGardener @mcasac
If anyone else needs free rodent patrol on the farm has the solution!
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You can buy them at local nature stores like the Audubon Society or make them yourself.
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Garden tip of the day: install an insect hotel for native bees
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Garden tip of the day: install an insect hotel for native bees
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Washington Gardener Jun 24
Miniature garden containers at Peg Bier's place with
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Grading Gardens Blog Jun 24
New review up on the blog! delivers pure floral fun through the seasons! Read my review
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Washington Gardener Jun 24
Allium Globemaster with a touch of spray paint to keep its color all season
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Washington Gardener Jun 24
Working hard visiting local gardens with from all over the country and…
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We reviewed a few cool Handy Garden Claw Weeders in the June 2017 Washington Gardener Magazine
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Garden tip of the day: After you dig this year's Garlic, cure it, and save your biggest/best bulb to plant your...
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Washington Gardener Jun 23
Garden tip of the day: After you dig this year's Garlic, cure it and save your biggest/best bulb to plant your next crop this fall
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