Recent Blog Posts

  • A Guide to Fairy Gardens

    April 15, 2014
    For centuries mankind has been fascinated by legends of fairies. With a bit of fairy lore, some imagination, and just a small patch of space you can create a garden of whimsy, an open invitation to fairies to come and frolic.
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  • Container Gardening

    April 1, 2014
    It's easy to experiment and change plants with container gardening.
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  • Test Your Soil’s pH Level

    March 15, 2014
    A soil test is a measure of the soil's ability to supply nutrients to growing plants. This analysis provides a guide to the soil pH and nutrient levels. This helps gardeners determine the right amount of lime and the type of fertilizer needed to grow the desired crops.
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  • Gardening Tips for March

    March 1, 2014
    March is a great time to have your lawn & garden soil tested. Your lawn & garden will also need a spring feeding. See your local Agway dealer for spreaders and fertilizers.
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  • Houseplants for Beginners

    February 15, 2014
    Many people enjoy plants in their homes, from simple flowers to large, leafy bushes or even small, indoor trees. Not all houseplants require the same care or are suitable to every home, however.
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  • Keeping Your Pet Warm

    February 1, 2014
    In winter, pet owners often bundle up or turn up the thermostat when they feel chilly, but pets can't ask for help keeping warm.
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  • Building a Snow Fort

    January 15, 2014
    A snow fort can be a fun family project even on the coldest winter days. Not only is the construction great exercise and ingenuity, but once the fort is built, it provides a great setting for lots of winter fun.
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  • Recycle Your Christmas Tree

    January 1, 2014
    As it gets colder and there are less leaves on trees, birds need more places to hide from predators and where they can get inside to stay warm. A Christmas tree is the perfect fit for those needs.
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  • Caring for Your Fresh Cut Christmas Tree

    December 15, 2013
    The key to having a safe Christmas tree is to choose one that is fresh and has been properly stored, then keep it that way. Fresh Christmas trees that are kept watered will not combust easily.
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  • Winter Poultry Care

    December 1, 2013
    Chickens are much tougher than they appear and they only need a little extra care during the winter months. Here are a few essential tips to consider when caring for your chickens throughout the winter.
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