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I want to touch on a few topics this week including the fact that barberry are back. It didn't take the floraculture industry long to hybridize a sterile barberry that can be sold in New York State. … more
The question of the week, this week had to do with cross pollination. Many customers added fruit trees to their backyards last year and because of all the demand, not all varieties were available … more
Now I'm not talking about the dwarves that hung out with Snow White in those Disney movies or even the garden gnomes that sprinkle the landscape come springtime. Not to mention the elves that dance … more
The weather is slowly improving as we get closer to the official start of spring, the vernal equinox, on March twentieth. Old man winter cold can still make a surprise visit but, as the days become … more
So, I am sure by now everyone is a little tired of all the snow outside. Day after day, week after week, more snow in the forecast. But there is good news on the horizon. The days are getting … more
Before there was Pepto Bismol, there was bee balm. Yes, that popular, deer resistant, hardy garden perennial is also a remedy for upset stomachs. In fact, a tea made from the leaves will not only … more
Last week I wrote about the medicinal properties of jewelweed, milkweed and burdock. This week since we are in cold and flu season, I will do some cold and flu remedies. Unfortunately, you … more
Last week I wrote about the medicinal properties of jewelweed, milkweed and burdock. This week since we are in cold and flu season, I will do some cold and flu remedies. Unfortunately, you … more
When you think medicine these days, you think of the pharmacy, doctor's office or your medicine cabinet, right? But what if you were on a weekend trip, camping in the Adirondacks and you forgot to … more
As we sit and watch the snow falling down outside, it is now the time to start planning for your garden this spring. The hope of a new year has never been as strong as it is this year. The chance … more
With the cold weather we have been having, many people are feeding the birds to help their feathered friends make it throught the winter, but there is something else they need even more, water. … more
It has been almost a year since I wrote my first column relating to coronavirus. At that time I wrote “As of Monday January 27, 2020 when I wrote this column there were over 81 deaths in China with … more
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