Webinar addresses garden insects and diseases

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – Curious if that insect in your garden is friend or foe? Or what disease may be affecting the leaves of your favorite landscape plant? On May 15, Ann Hazelrigg will share information on beneficial insects, pests, … Continued

Learn how to prune fruit trees, shrubs, and vines

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – The Windham and Windsor County chapters of University of Vermont Extension Master Gardeners will host a free Zoom presentation Saturday, April 24, from 9-10:30 a.m., on pruning fruiting plants. Lee Reich, a horticultural consultant and writer, … Continued

Upgrade your home with your tax refund

white cabinet, light hardwood flooring in kitchen

REGION – Spring is officially in full swing and that means warmer weather, blooming flowers and of course, the tax deadline. If you’re tempted to spend your refund on fancy technology or something equally pricey – you may want to … Continued

The dirt on composting Q&A in a 1-2-3 punch

BELLOWS FALLS, Vt. – Before master gardener Ham Gillett’s Composting Q&A session Thursday, April 15 at 7 p.m., lasso any backyard compost questions, and send them along to Rockingham Library at programming@rockinghamlibrary.org or call 802-463-4270. Receiving questions before April 15 … Continued

March 29 deadline for 2021 Tree and Shrub Sale

CHESTER, Vt. – The deadline for ordering offerings from Chester Townscape’s annual Tree and Shrub Sale is Monday, March 29. Each year, CT selects good-size, proven trees and shrubs and offers them to the public at below regular retail prices. … Continued

How to create a conservation corridor in your yard

Dr. Douglas Tallamy is a leading expert on biodiversity and the impact of the home garden

GRAFTON, Vt. – Do you love to garden? Do you care about birds and bees? Join The Nature Museum’s next online webinar with Doug Tallamy Wednesday, Feb. 17 at 7 p.m. to learn how our gardening choices can have a … Continued

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