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Mulch Madness

My apologies for the late notice…               “Mulching Mayhem: The Facts About Mulch” Wednesday June 21, 2017 Do you know the power of mulch? Prevent weeds, save water, and get 2-3 times the amount … Continue reading

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Back to Work

After the Garden tour, I took a few days off but now I’M BACK!..; ) Today I’m sharing info on bagworms and tomatoes…read, watch and learn. video link;     Do Not Over-Fertilize Tomatoes Though tomatoes need to be fertilized … Continue reading

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Going native

  You can shop for plants while the tour is on. Please join us for our annual Native Plant Sale this spring at the Douglas County Fairgrounds, on Saturday, June 3rd. Don’t miss this opportunity to introduce a few native … Continue reading

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the Last Peek at the Gardens

Here are the two gardens left to be previewed. We look forward to seeing you Saturday! When Diane and Bob Oakes moved into their home 25 years ago, they had a large sloped yard, mostly grass, with a few large … Continue reading

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The Tour is Almost Here

The tour is this coming weekend. Nestled in a quiet neighborhood on the outskirts of Lawrence is the beautiful home and garden of Larry and Jacqueline Gadt. Larry retired as a line officer in the U.S. Forest Service and Jacqueline … Continue reading

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More Treasures From the Tour

More gardens to see …only FIVE days until the tour! The large pie-shaped lot at the end of a cul-de-sac might present a daunting landscape challenge to some people, but not for Dale and Marianne Seuferling. When the couple decided … Continue reading

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As Our Preview Continues…

And the beat goes on… Dave and Andrea Baloga moved to Lawrence 10 years ago. Married 27 years, they’ve lived in numerous states and have always had a garden. Naturally, when they moved to Kansas, a great garden was a … Continue reading

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