Trowel Talk Newsletter September 15, 2021

 

Trowel Talk Newsletter September 15, 2021

The Trowel Talk Newsletter September 15, 2021 is now available. Brought to you by the Master Gardeners of and Lanark County. In this months issue we discuss:

  • The many varieties of poppies and the growing conditions that each variety thrives;
  • Growing your own delicious blueberries;
  • Light pollution and its impact on wildlife;
  • Goutweed in our Gardeners beware series.
Ask a Master Gardener column answers the questions:
  • Can I save seeds from my harvest?
  • Why did my gladiolas only produce one flower?
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