4-H Young Gardeners
Picture yourself sitting in the shade on a hot summer day, lazily sipping iced tea,
listening to the gentle trickle of water into a lovely pond of water lilies—in your very own
garden. Impossible, you say. Just think of all those pumps, filters, liners, running
electricity to the pond, digging the pond, maintaining the pond! Not so, I say. With the
basic equipment of a pool liner and an outside water faucet you can have exactly what I
have described at modest expense.
Extend and plan for your garden for next season
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Community Gardening in New Hampshire-postcard
Written by UNH Cooperative Extension Master Gardeners.
A dish garden is a miniature landscape in an open, shallow container.
Guide for growing dwarf apple trees at home.
Dwarf apple trees offer real advantages over standard (also called seedling) apple trees. They require less space in the garden. Their reduced size makes it easier to prune and spray the trees and harvest fruit. In addition, dwarf trees bear fruit earlier than their standard-sized counterparts, often just 3-4 years from planting, as compared with 7-10 years for the average standard tree.
What rootstock should the home gardener choose? Here are a few notes on some of the common rootstocks available.
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