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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Lafayette County Master Gardeners

Pruning basics 101

Master Gardener Colleen B. McChesney gives us a Pruning 101 crash course in this week’s column. (January 3, 2014, Page 2B)

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    Bur oak perfect for autumn planting

    Master Gardener Colleen B. McChesney writes about the Bur Oak tree. (November 8, 2013, Page 3B)

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      The apple

      Master Gardener Anna Haller pays homage to the apple. (September 13, 2013, Page 3B)

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        Succulents — fun and easy

        Master Gardener Barbara Sherrod White writes this month about succulents, an easy plant to grow that is a great addition to any garden. (April 19, 2013, Page 3B)

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          Timing is essential to healthy gardens

          Start to plan your garden now during the winter months to get a jump on things. Now is a good time to plant cool weather veggies and get your start fertilizing trees and shrubs. (January 11, 2013, Page 2B)

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            Holly plant’s roots go way back

            Our Master Gardener Ann Haller writes all about the Christmas favorite, the holly plant. (December 7, 2012, Page 2B)

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              The American sweet chestnut tree

              Master Gardener Anna Haller writes this week about chestnut trees. (October 12, 2012, Page 3B)

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                Elephant ears have big leaves

                Master Gardener Anna Haller writes about the lovely, big-leaved elephant ear plant this week. (August 3, 2012, Page 3B)

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                  Choosing the best specimen plant

                  Master Gardener Barbara Sherrod White helps us to choose the best specimen plant for our gardens and in her opinion, that plant is the Japanese red maple. (June 1, 2012, Page 2B)

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                    Companion gardening can thwart pests

                    Master Gardener Barbara Sherrod White tells us how planting certain plants near each other can foster growth, repel bad insects and attract good insects in today’s Gardening column in today’s Oxford Living. (May 4, 2012, Page 3B)

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