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Start your garden this winter

If you have a window in your kitchen, it’s not too soon to begin gardening this year. You can grow herbs and even some vegetables on your windowsill and move them outside if and when you’d like. And we’ve already … Continue reading

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Learn how to make a rain garden

Hey green thumbs, do you have one dip in your yard that stays way too moist? Use it to make a rain garden! Learn how you can make a cozy home for native perennial plants that love to keep their … Continue reading

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9 Tips for waking up your garden from the Master Gardeners

The snow is gone. The ground is thawing. We finally, finally can start working outside. The Master Gardeners visited Mentor Library’s Main Branch on Wednesday and offered several tips on how to properly wake your garden. 1. Walk your garden Step … Continue reading

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Mentor Library helping community grow with seed library

Mentor Public Library is helping seed the community with its new seed library, which launches April 1. Gardeners—from the greenest sprouts to experienced green thumbs—can borrow heirloom and organic seeds from Mentor Library for free. Here’s how it works. Anyone … Continue reading

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Master Gardeners’ Tips for Winter Interests

  People tend to associate gardening with springtime around here, but you don’t have to be a one-season wonder. There are plenty of ways to keep you garden interesting even in winter, and Master Gardener Kathy Terrell offered some suggestions … Continue reading

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