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It’s time to get the berry patch ready for a bumper crop this summer. Raspberries, blackberries, boysenberries etc. are all called “cane fruits” and apart from unusual varieties like fall-producing raspberries, they can all be treated the same. Understand that the individual canes should be treated like biennials: cut back to soil level…(Read More)

This is a great time to be indulgent in thinking about your landscape. What would you like to see more of? Less of? Any big changes needed, like losing the lawn, installing a seating area, irrigation, or creating a veggie bed? What do you really want your yard to provide to you? Trees, hedges and…(Read More)

Winter Gardening Tips Here are some great tips on how to maintain your garden and look after the local wildlife during the cold winter months… Create natural food for wildlife by planting native trees and shrubs such as guilder rose, holly and yew, and provide feed for the birds Stop feeding your pond fish and…(Read More)