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Fresh Produce From The Garden!

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Wow! Look at these veggies! Barb has been steady pulling fresh produce every week from the garden. Sometimes, when we have enough, patients go home with a bag full… 😉

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Vegtable Garden In Full Bloom!

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Our community garden is flourishing!  Such an abundance we’re handing them out to lucky patients with June appointments. 😉  Our gardener, Barb, is also taking excess to the Greenville’s Generous Garden to send to local food pantries.  

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Tips: Preparing Your Garden

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Guest post by our gardener, Barb Tewell: If this unusually warm weather has you in the planting mood, go on-line and read about growing micro-greens. Easy and delicious and rewarding. You may find you will want to stock up on … Continue reading

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Save that Amaryllis!!

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Guest post by our gardener, Barb Tewell: There are a few rules to saving that gorgeous amaryllis flower you received for the holidays.  I just wait til April and plant them in a sunny spot in my yard and watch … Continue reading

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Rake Leaves No More

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Guest post by our gardener, Barb Tewell: Tests at Michigan State University resulted in improved soils and healthy lawns when the  leaves were mulched into the lawn in the fall.  Mow at least once a week – leaves shred most … Continue reading

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A Rose’s Fall Rebirth

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Guest post by our gardener, Barb Tewell: Not only will we feel better when the nights cool down but your roses will emerge from a short summer nap.  Check for dead wood and weaker branches/stems and trim – try not … Continue reading

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Summer Yard Care

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Guest post by our gardener, Barb Tewell: Trees Trees that are in your yard less than 18 months need a deep watering once a week. Those that are established or are native can survive a mild drought but during a … Continue reading

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How to Grow Healthier Plants

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Guest post by our gardener, Barb Tewell: Keep flowering plants deadheaded and pruned; this maintains the shape of the plant and encourages more flower production.  Remove seedpods from rhodies, magnolias, and other shrubs to promote stronger leaves and structural growth. … Continue reading

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Wow! Before & After Flower Garden

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Wow!  Check out the before and after shots of our flower garden.  We took on the project in the Spring of 2011 and I forgot how far we’d come.  It looks good! =) (click to enlarge)

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How to Make Your Own Compost

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Guest post by our gardener, Barb Tewell: Green plus brown is Black Gold and so easy to acquire.  Nature gives us a chance to make compost as all dead plants rot – it is so simple.  Use your imagination to … Continue reading

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