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5 TIPS TO TAKE CARE OF POTTED PLANTS THROUGHOUT WINTER

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December 13, 2018
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Winter is tough on any plant, but it’s extra tough on container plants. Plants that are grown in pots can suffer significant root damage when exposed to cycles of fluctuating freeze-and-thaw cycles, even those known to be winter hardy in your area. To keep your potted plants thriving during the chill, follow these 5 tips!
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5 GARDENING BOOKS YOU SHOULD HAVE IN YOUR LIBRARY

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December 10, 2018
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Who doesn’t love a good garden book? From stunning photos to in-depth plant knowledge and engaging how-to’s, books are the socially-approved addiction for every garden lover and enthusiast. The only problem I have is deciding upon which books to buy — after all, I only have so much shelf space and budget, and with most garden books going for up to $50.00, I don’t want to make a mistake.
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BEEKEEPING IN THE WINTER: WHAT DO BEES NEED?

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December 8, 2018
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We have two beehives on our property. Well, actually, we now have one — the original hive did not make it through the winter last year, so come spring, our bee population was cut in half. Now, I’m not the beekeeper on our property, and neither is my husband — the bees are the hobby of our friend, Todd, who comes regularly to check on things. Todd surmised, after inspecting both hives, that some moisture got into the failed one. Now we know better, and the lesson we learned may help your hive stay alive and healthy during the winter. Check out our winter beekeeping tips below!
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READYING YOUR ROSE GARDEN

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December 7, 2018
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For those of you who love roses, you may feel that there’s nothing to do for them at the moment. It’s the beginning of winter, they’re dormant, and they’re good to go until the spring, right? Not so fast. How you care for your roses right now can mean the difference between a “just okay” rose display next year and “wow!” rose display next year. Think about it — if your roses have to struggle through the winter, they’re already tired come spring, and won’t have as much vigor as those that were protected. Here’s what you need to know, but remember to consult rose specialists in your area for the best recommendations.
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5 HOLIDAY DESIGN PROJECTS THAT BRING THE OUTDOORS IN

kellogggarden
December 5, 2018
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Truly, one of my favorite December (and even January) activities is taking stock of my garden for my long list of holiday décor projects. As a gardener, I am naturally attracted to the seasonal offerings of my garden — and the winter holidays give us a perfect opportunity to create some botanical masterpieces that enchant the senses. So, get your clippers ready, and be on the lookout for wintery plants at your local garden centers and home improvement stores.

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While most urban farm animals are fairly low-maintenance, special care needs to be given as the weather turns colder. Along with more frigid temps, fall and winter bring snow, ice, sleet, winter rains, and potential blustery weather — so how can you be sure your
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WHICH TREATS ARE SAFE FOR YOUR HOMESTEAD PETS?

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August 8, 2018
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Five years ago when we started our urban farm, we had a daily conversation about what to feed our chickens and goats. I mean, aside from hay and goat/chicken feed, could we give them kitchen scraps? How about garden scraps? I love my animals and
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HOW TO KEEP YOUR ANIMALS COOL IN THE HEAT

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July 9, 2018
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At the time of this writing, my urban farm has the following animals: 12 goats, 40+ chickens, 8 ducks, 2 pigs, 2 dogs, and a beehive. Oh, and 4 baby turkeys that my husband came home with last week. Don’t ask. And also at the

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SUMMER LAWN WATERING TIPS

kellogggarden
May 21, 2018
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Summertime is the season for gatherings — BBQs, picnics, lawn parties, and pool parties — so we really want our grass looking its best. And one of the best ways to ensure a great-looking lawn is by properly watering it, particularly in the heat of
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HIGH TRAFFIC GRASS: BEST GRASSES FOR KIDS & PETS

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April 9, 2018
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One of the best memories I have as a kid is practicing cartwheels and playing tag with my friends and siblings on the lawn. I never did learn how to turn a cartwheel (I nailed somersaults, though), but the fact that we had a nice,
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PREPPING THE LAWN FOR SPRING

kellogggarden
March 26, 2018
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It’s time for your lawn to rise and shine! It has been slumbering for months now, and if you prepped it adequately for the winter, it should be ready to roll here pretty soon. And even if you still have snow on the ground, this
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