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Lawns to Legumes Program now Accepting Applications!

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  • August 25, 2021
  • by Eliza Mark
  • bee lawns, bees, Garden Ideas, Lawns to Legumes, Perennials, pollinators, Vegetable Gardening,
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In many of our past blog posts about pollinator-friendly planting, we’ve discussed the Lawns to Legumes Program with readers. This program offers Minnesota residents the opportunity to apply for individual grants, which offer up to $300 reimbursement to cover the costs of establishing pollinator gardens in their yards. There was a lot of interest in
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Tips for Summer Flower and Veggie Gardens

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  • July 6, 2016
  • by Tori Clark
  • Flower Gardens, Vegetable Gardening,
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Sargent’s Nursery has a few tips to you keep your flowers blooming and vegetable gardens producing this summer. Don’t forget to deadhead flowers to encourage reblooming and prevent seeds from forming.  Plus it will help your plants just plain look better too. Yes, we still have to weed, but most importantly get them before they
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Pests Large and Small Invading Your Veggie Garden

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  • June 4, 2014
  • by Tori Clark
  • animals, Pests, Vegetable Gardening,
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Most vegetable gardens are now planted and growing.  It is finally warm enough for all those crops like pumpkins, beans, tomatoes and peppers.  Thankfully we have had some regular rain and haven’t had to do much watering of our transplants and seeds.  I don’t know if it is just me, but it seems as soon as
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