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Robert Smith
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Beauty is underfoot in our Kentucky Woodlands!
This past Sunday afternoon was the perfect day for a walk in the woods with my family.  As cold as it has been my expectations were not great that we would see a whole lot of spring color.  However, I was pleasantly surprised that the color came in many for...

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Why do my broadleaf evergreens look so bad this spring?
Winter Drying on Boxwood Broadleaved evergreens like hollies, magnolias, boxwoods, and rhododendrons have been beaten up this past winter and are looking pretty ragged coming into spring.  Winter drying is the culprit and was expected based upon what kind o...

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Vegetable gardening good for the belly, soul, and the wallet!
Click here for your copy All of us are basically a generation removed from there being no question about where at least a portion of your food comes from.  When I was growing up in the late 70's and early 80's we were going to have a garden it just was a ma...

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What will all this road salt do to our landscapes?
Think Spring, this weather can't last forever can it?  With all the winter weather we have been enduring our plants are forced to endure even more.  With the frequent "1 inch blizzards" (as one person on facebook called them) comes the need for safety on th...

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Benefits a process of seed starting at home
Starting your own seeds at home can be a rewarding experience.  You most definitely will save money on your plants but for me the most rewarding aspect is that you ensure what varieties you get.  Many varieties are not always available at the garden center ...

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Good demo of how to prune Blackberries
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