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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 2h
Luffa vine hanging at the Montgomery county master gardeners demo garden in
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Garden tip of the Day: Clean, organize and replenish any needed supplies for your garden shed and potting bench for the growing season.
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My 'February Gold' daffodils blooming right on time
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Pics from the Montgomery County Master Gardeners - Maryland spring garden conference today at ...
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reemberto Feb 24
Sometimes you just have to experience it. Pecha Kucha next Friday. Only in
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Erica Smith (who does great book reviews for us) talks "veggie gardening for busy people" at the spring conference in
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Washington Gardener Feb 24
Replying to @sunbeamgardensc
How do you plug them?
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Washington Gardener Feb 24
I love ! Visit more kitties in their at my in gardens blog - I put up…
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Montgomery Parks Feb 23
Common witch hazel is flowering now in the parks. We plant it because of its deer resistance and food source for native pollinators. Find the witch hazel closest to you in Montgomery Park’s Tree Inventory at .
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Washington Gardener Feb 23
Replying to @roshani
I love Sungold and son sugar and Suite 100 we usually sell all three types at the Silver;Spring garden club garden mart on Mother's Day weekend
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Washington Gardener Feb 23
Garden tip of the Day: Native bees hibernate in stems of plants that are 1-2 years old - so cut back perennials and grasses to 10-15" and leave that stubble up. New growth hides the dry stems, the stems then naturally breakdown.
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Washington Gardener Feb 23
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Washington Gardener Feb 23
Our February 2018 issue is bursting with gorgeous garden photos, plant tips, local events…
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Washington Gardener Feb 23
We are proud media sponsors of - this year's theme is: "Restoring and renewing our urban...
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Montgomery Parks Feb 23
Good morning! We are excited about Green Matters Symposium today. Thank you to all our sponsors. Follow the morning sessions here on Twitter.
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Montgomery Parks Feb 23
Thanks so much for being our sponsor!
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Washington Gardener Feb 23
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Washington Gardener Feb 23
We are proud to be media sponsors of Green Matters - sold out!
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