Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Cultivating Kale in February 2016 issue of Washington Gardener Magazine


The February 2016 issue of Washington Gardener Magazine is now out and posted online at: http://issuu.com/washingtongardener/docs/washingtongardenerfeb16

In this issue:
~ 17 Award-Winning Garden Photos
~ Cultivating Kale
~ Local Gardening Events Calendar for the DC-MD-VA Area
~ Meet Dr. Cohan UMD’s Green Roof Research Expert
~ Growing Native Fraser’s Sedge
~ Your Monthly Garden Tasks To-Do List for the Mid-Atlantic
~ New Stamps Feature Vintage Seed Catalog Art
~ Latest Research Shows Gardening is Good for the Brain
~ 8 Exciting Trends for the 2016 Gardening World
and much more!

Note that any submissions, event listings, and advertisements for the March 2016 issue are due by March 10.
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2 comments:

michael greenfingers said...

Garden Cultivators are instruments that are utilized to separate the dirt to set it up for planting. Separating the dirt takes into account water, air, and different supplements to get to the foundations of the plant. It additionally diminishes the measure of weeds that develop around the plants. In the event that weeds do develop, they are much less demanding to expel from developed soil.

Dent Vu said...

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