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  • Title: Hennepin County Master Gardeners - Minnesota Gardening Help and Advice
    Descriptive info: .. Hennepin County Master Gardeners.. Got a gardening question? We can help! Call our hotline (612) 596-2118.. Skip to content.. Home.. About Us.. Ask a Master Gardener.. Become a Master Gardener Volunteer.. Events.. Annual Plant Sale.. Learning Garden Tour.. Farmer s Market Schedule.. Hennepin County Libraries Schedule.. Gardening Tales.. Contact Us.. Welcome!.. Have a gardening question? We are here to help.. We re here to help your yard and garden grow.. Master Gardener volunteers are committed to providing the highest quality, research-based horticultural information and educational activities that enhance our community’s environment and quality of life.. We bring research-based horticultural information to the Hennepin County community through adult and youth educational activities.. Learn more.. July 13 Annual Learning Garden Tour Showcases Beauty and Know-How.. What better way to spend a warm summer day than in a garden.. Join us on July 13 for our annual learning garden tour.. This year s gardens will feature rain gardens, Feng Shui, Water Lovers, From Blah to Bountiful, A Garden Within a Garden and Zen out in These Japanese Gardens.. For more information and how to purchase tickets, visit our Learning Garden Tour.. page.. Spring Flowering Bulbs.. Hardy spring bulbs are certainly a welcome addition to the landscape.. The choice of beautiful colors is endless as breeders strive for different shades and flower varieties each year.. Crocuses, daffodils, hyacinths, scilla and tulips are just a few which should not be overlooked in any garden setting.. They are quite easy to work with, requiring minimal care once properly planted, and they ll reward you every spring with a wonderful show of color.. The collective term bulb includes different storage structures such as corms, tuberous roots, rhizomes and true bulbs.. The bulbs discussed here are in the hardy bulb classification, meaning their growth cycle requires a cold period (our winter) to break their dormancy and begin spring flower development.. Therefore, these bulbs are planted in the fall.. Purchasing.. Bulbs begin to arrive in garden centers and nurseries generally at the end of August.. Before purchasing your bulbs, it is important to check for any signs of disease or damage, such as cuts or bruises.. The bulb should be firm, and have a protective papery skin surrounding it.. Any structure which is soft or has mold growing on it should be discarded.. Once you have your bulbs, it is best to plant them as soon as possible.. In our northern climate, planting time is usually from mid-September to mid-October in order for the bulb to grow roots before the ground freezes.. (Tulips are one exception you can plant these as late as you can get them into the soil.. ) If you received the bulbs earlier than this, store them in a dry place away from direct sunlight until you re ready to plant them.. Plant Location.. In addition to the cold treatment bulbs receive during the winter months, they need warmth and bright light to trigger proper growth in the spring.. When choosing a site, keep in mind that soil near foundations, particularly on a southern or western exposure, will warm up faster than less protected areas.. In turn, bulbs planted there will flower earlier than others.. Therefore, these soils should be well mulched in order to help keep soil temperatures at a more constant level.. It is not necessarily an advantage to have bulbs come up too early.. Cold weather may then damage them.. Try to choose locations that are sheltered from damaging winds and avoid planting in low lying areas where frost usually collects; otherwise the tender plants may be damaged early on in the developmental stages when they are just poking  ...   Decide on a design.. Bulbs are much more attractive if planted in odd numbered groups or mass plantings.. They may be enjoyed more also if the planting can be seen from a favorite window in the house.. The planting depth and spacing depends on the individual bulb.. Generally, they are planted two and a half times deeper than their diameter.. This will vary with the type of soil.. With light, sandy soils, plant 1 or 2 inches deeper and on heavier clay soils, set the bulbs an inch or two more shallow.. With the pointed end facing up, firmly press the bulb into the prepared soil so that the base is resting at the appropriate depth.. Once the bulbs are all placed, cover with half of the soil fill and thoroughly soak the area with water.. Add the remaining soil and rake smooth to level the surface of the bed.. Water the top in and mulch the surface with 3-5 inches of leaf material, grass clippings or straw.. This will insulate the bulbs and help keep soil temperatures more constant during the late fall and early spring.. The initial soaking should provide adequate moisture along with the normal fall rains we receive.. If the precipitation is below normal during the fall season, one or two additional deep soakings may be necessary for bulbs to establish a good root system.. For more information, see.. Hot Topics for Fall.. Planting and Transplanting Trees and Shrubs.. Backyard Composting.. Lawn Renovation.. How to Test Your Soil.. Growing Garlic in Minnesota.. Hennepin County Library Schedule.. Curious about container gardening? Wondering about rain gardens? Hennepin County Master Gardeners are teaching classes at your local library.. Check out our complete.. Hennepin County Library schedule.. for details.. Book A Master Gardener.. Master Gardeners are available all year round to give presentations or answer questions at your community event! Topics matter can be tailored to your audience and areas of interest including flower gardening, rain gardens, growing your own vegetables, pruning trees and much more.. Contact us to Learn more!.. Share this with a friend:.. Share.. Facebook.. Email.. Print.. Search our website.. Search for:.. Have a gardening question?.. We can help! The Master Gardener Hotline will answer your gardening questions year round.. Call (612) 596-2118.. or send us your question.. online.. What s wrong with my plant?.. These diagnostic tools will help you identify and treat common yard and garden problems:.. What's Wrong with My Plant?.. What Insect is This?.. Is this Plant a Weed?.. Follow us.. Become a fan on Facebook.. Subscribe to our RSS feed.. Contact Hennepin County Master Gardeners.. 479 Prairie Center Drive.. Eden Prairie, MN 55344.. Phone: (612) 596-2110.. Fax: (952) 828-7280.. Email:.. hcmg@umn.. edu.. Ask a Hennepin County Master Gardener.. Hotline: (612) 596-2118.. Online:.. extension.. umn.. edu/gardeninfo.. About Minnesota s Master Gardeners.. The University of Minnesota Master Gardener Program trains volunteers to work educating people in their communities about horticulture.. about this rewarding program today!.. Find Master Gardeners by county.. Yard & Garden Newsletter.. About Extension.. Master Gardener volunteers are supported by the University of Minnesota Extension.. Extension is a 100 year old partnership between federal, state and county governments - providing scientific knowledge and expertise to the public.. Learn more about Extension.. For HCMG Master Gardeners.. Administration.. Awards.. Forms.. Links and resources.. Newsletters.. Presentations.. Educational Opportunities.. © 2011 Regents of the University of Minnesota.. All rights reserved.. The.. 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  • Title: About Us | Hennepin County Master Gardeners
    Descriptive info: Our Mission and Core Value Statement.. Master Gardeners are here to help you with your yard and garden questions.. Master Gardener volunteers are committed to providing the highest quality, research-based horticultural information and educational activities that enhance our community s environment and quality of life.. What is a Master Gardener?.. Master Gardeners are University of Minnesota-trained volunteers who educate the public about a variety of horticulture topics.. What do Master Gardeners Do?.. Master Gardeners bring research-based horticultural information to the Hennepin County community through the following educational activities:.. Teaching adults at community education classes, garden clubs, community gardens and other organizations.. Teaching youth in classrooms, community organizations, showing how to plant at their schools and other community locations.. Responding to gardening questions on the Garden Hotline.. Answering gardening questions at local garden centers, the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum and other community locations; and assisting residents with environmental issues such as how to install a rain garden, low impact lawn or plant a tree.. What are the Community Benefits of a Master Gardener Program?.. Book a a Master Gardeners for youth or adult presentations.. Environmental Benefits:.. Master Gardener programs improve the natural environment through public education that leads to reduced yard waste, water run-off, pollution and demands on water management and landfill systems.. In addition, programs help  ...   Benefits: Master Gardener programs provide Minnesota’s vulnerable populations, such as children, the elderly and people with disabilities, with increased access to meaningful, multi-skill, community focused activities.. Research Benefits:.. Master Gardener programs increase residents’ access to University of Minnesota Extension through their broad and continuous public presence and referrals to other Extension services.. The programs increase residents’ access to tax-supported University of Minnesota research-based information.. Master Gardners help educate Hennepin County residents with the latest horticultural information from the University of Minnesota.. What do Master Gardeners Provide Hennepin County?.. During 2011, 305 active University of Minnesota Extension Master Gardener volunteers in Hennepin County contributed over 18,376 hours of volunteer service!.. These hours of service support the University of Minnesota Extension Master Gardener Program’s mission of educating the public with research-based information on the best practices in consumer horticulture and environmental stewardship.. Putting these hours into perspective, Master Gardener volunteers provided the full-time employee equivalency of almost 9 full-time workers! This also works out to an average of 60 hours per active volunteer over double the annual requirement of 25 hours per volunteer.. According to Independent Sector, $21.. 79 per hour is the 2011 figure for the monetary contribution of volunteer hours.. Therefore, Hennepin County Master Gardener volunteer efforts in 2011 had an estimated monetary value of $400,414..

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  • Title: Ask a Master Gardener | Hennepin County Master Gardeners
    Descriptive info: Master Gardeners are volunteers trained by the University of Minnesota Extension to answer all your home gardening questions.. Master Gardeners will provide you with the latest university research-based information.. What you won t get is untested, unproven or potentially dangerous solutions.. Be patient though, if we don t know the answer, we ll ask to get back with you so we can go find the best answer for your question.. Ask a Master Gardener Hotline: (612) 596-2118.. Got Gardening Questions? The Master Gardener Hotline for Hennepin County residents has the answers! The Hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week by calling (612) 596-2118.. Our message center will take your questions and information.. Please  ...   Submit a Question Online.. Don t have time for a phone call?.. Get answers from Minnesota Master Gardeners through the national Extension system.. Come Visit Us!.. Ask us your question in person.. Check out our.. Events Page.. to find out where Master Gardeners will be appearing next.. Plant specimens for cultural, disease and insect identification, as well as weed and other plant identifications, can be submitted the Extension office in Eden Prairie.. We request that all specimens be sealed in a zip lock bag where possible and always include a name, address and telephone number.. There is a small fee for this service.. Other Resources.. For other horticultural and related web sites, please visit our.. Resources page..

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  • Title: Events | Hennepin County Master Gardeners
    Descriptive info: Hennepin County Library Presentation Schedule.. Plant Sale..

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  • Title: Hennepin County Master Gardener Annual Plant Sale | Hennepin County Master Gardeners
    Descriptive info: Hennepin County Master Gardener Annual Plant Sale.. Remember to bring your wagon!.. Come celebrate the beginning of a new gardening season with us!.. Saturday, May 18th 2013.. 9:00 a.. m.. to 2:00 p.. Hopkins Pavilion.. 11000 Excelsior Blvd.. , Hopkins 55343.. Click here for directions.. Buy beautiful plants for sun or shade at great prices!.. Thousands of plants grown by Master Gardener volunteers: Choose from perennials, ornamentals, natives, exclusive.. MN Winner.. s.. ®.. (annuals and vegetables), books, and more! Master Gardeners will be available to answer your gardening questions, and provide information about plant care.. *.. Find veggies that you can t buy at our local garden centers.. We will be offering seedlings of vegetables that have won the statewide Master Gardener Program trials.. These veggies have proven themselves to be Minnesota hardy and  ...   Cost is $48 and includes pot, potting soil, plants, hands-on instruction as well as care guidelines.. Bring interesting objects to personalize your garden or add your own at home.. Children must be 8 years of age or older and accompanied by an adult.. Time is 12:00-1:30.. Space is very limited.. Please register soon at.. https://www.. surveymonkey.. com/.. s/MiniatureGardenClinic.. Check Out Our 2013 Catalogue!!!!.. You can click.. here.. to see the fine selection of plants and vegetables that are available at the 2013 Plant Sale.. Come early for the best plant selection.. Cash, checks and credit cards are accepted methods of payment.. Bring a wagon or cart.. You’ll want to buy lots of plants!.. Some Photos from our 2013 Sale!.. *Proceeds from this sale benefit University of Minnesota Extension Master Gardener community programs in Hennepin County..

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  • Title: 2013 Learning Garden Tour | Hennepin County Master Gardeners
    Descriptive info: 2013 Learning Garden Tour.. THANKS TO ALL who supported our Learning Garden Tour!.. Our annual tour features beautiful gardens, inspiration and the opportunity to learn how these garden were created.. Water garden from the 2011 tour.. Miss the tour?.. Check out.. this piece.. done by WCCO television s Jamie Yuccas on Master Gardener Volunteer, Larry Cipolla s, garden.. Well have photos loaded soon!.. Congratulations to JUDY TAYLOR for completing our Garden Quiz, getting all of the questions correct, and then having her quiz chosen to receive our complementary planted hypertufa pot! Fourty-eight attendees completed our garden quiz click.. for the answers.. Thank You to Our Sponsors.. Thank you to all our generous sponsors for helping to make the 2013 Hennepin County Master Gardeners’ Learning Garden Tour a success.. Bachman’s.. 6010 Lyndale Avenue South.. Minneapolis, MN 55419.. 612-861-7600.. www.. bachmans.. com.. Bartlett Tree Service.. 2724 Fernbrook Lane North.. Plymouth, MN 55447.. 763-575-7056.. bartlett.. Friends of Birch Island.. fbiw.. org.. Karin Ciano Law.. Bryn Mawr Neighborhood Association.. bmna.. Kelly and Kelly Nursery.. 3225 South Watertown Road.. Long Lake, MN  ...   612-926-2654.. sunnyside-gardens.. Tangletown Gardens.. 5353 Nicollet Avenue South.. 612-822-4769.. tangletowngardens.. Uncommon Gardens.. 5750 Lyndale Avenue South.. 612-866-3033.. uncommongardens.. Wagners.. 6024 Penn Avenue South.. 612-922-6901.. wagners.. biz.. Yardware.. 3545 W 44.. 612-922-3295.. Gift Bag Contributors.. Thank you to the following organizations for their generous contributions to our gift bag and for their support of the Hennepin County Master Gardener Program.. Malmborgs Garden Center.. University of Minnesota Arboretum.. Theresa Rooney; “Preserving the Harvest”.. Wildflowers.. org (Katy Chayka).. University of Minnesota Extension service.. Bartlett Tree Experts.. Xerces Society.. Minnesota State Horticultural Society.. Minnesota DNR.. University of Minnesota Master Naturalists Program.. Edina Realty.. Blue Thumb.. Minnehaha Creek Watershed District.. On behalf of the Master Gardeners in Hennepin County, we extend a very special thank you to Midwest Supplies in recognition of their contribution of supplies used in the demonstration of home beer brewing.. Photos from the 2013 HCMG Garden Tour:.. Miss our tour or want to see gardens you missed? Just click on the link below to see more photos from our 2013 Tour!.. flick.. r.. HCMGMN s.. 2013 Tour.. photoset..

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  • Title: Farmer’s Market Schedule | Hennepin County Master Gardeners
    Descriptive info: Bring your diseased plant material and questions to Master Gardener Volunteers at one of these fine Farmers Market locations below 2013:.. Bloomington.. Bloomington Civic Plaza (1800 W Old Shakopee Rd).. Saturdays, 8:00 a.. to Noon: 6/8, 6/16, 7/13, 8/10, 9/14, 10/5.. Brooklyn Park.. Discover Church Parking Lot (1400 81st Ave N, Brooklyn Park, 55444).. 2nd Tuesdays, 3:00 to 7:00 p.. : 5/15, 6/11, 7/9, 8/13, 9/10, 10/8.. Minneapolis.. Fulton Farmers Market.. Lake Harriet United Methodist Church Parking Lot (4901 Chowen Ave S).. Saturdays through 10/26, 8:30 a.. to 1:00 p.. Kingfield Farmers Market.. Dialysis Clinic Parking Lot (4310 Nicollet Ave).. Sundays through 10/27, 8:30 a.. Linden  ...   Midtown Farmers Market.. 2225 E Lake Street, Minneapolis, 55407.. Saturdays, 5/25-9/14; 9:00 a.. Click.. to tell us what you learned at the Midtown Garden Moment.. NE Farmers Market.. 629 NE 2nd St, Minneapolis, MN 55413.. 2nd Saturdays, 9:00 a.. : 6/8, 7/13, 8/10, 9/14, 10/12.. Mound.. 5515 Shoreline Drive, Mound, 55364.. Saturdays, 8/31, 9/28, 9:00 a.. Richfield.. Lyndale Avenue.. 6400 Lyndale Avenue S, 55423.. Wednesdays through 8/28; 2:00 to 7:00 p.. ;.. Youth Activity every 3rd Wednesday (6/19, 7/17, 8/21).. Veteran s Field.. 64th Portland (6335 Portland Ave).. Saturdays through 10/26; 7:00 a.. to Noon.. Youth Activity every 3rd Saturday (5/18, 6/15, 7/20, 8/17, 9/21, 10/19)..

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  • Title: Gardening Tales | Hennepin County Master Gardeners
    Descriptive info: Older posts.. Preparing Your Garden for Winter.. Posted on.. October 1, 2013.. by.. KarenV.. By Karen Valerio, Hennepin County Master Gardener Ah fall.. I’m happy that I can quit mowing the lawn in a few weeks, but sad that the bitter cold is around the corner.. Winter means I can stop worrying about weeding.. Continue reading.. Posted in.. |.. Leave a comment.. Planting Garlic in Minnesota.. September 19, 2013.. By Theresa Rooney, Hennepin County Master Gardener Planting garlic is so easy and the results are delicious.. Garlic is planted in the fall, usually in October (2 weeks earlier in Northern Minnesota) and then harvested the following July.. Garlic is.. Comments Off.. Plant Those Fall Bulbs Now.. September 8, 2013.. By Theresa Rooney, Hennepin County Master Gardener It is time to start planting bulbs! Yes, now in September.. Flowers like Tulips, Daffodils, Crocus, Frittilaria, Muscari, Alliums, Squill, Puschkinia, Hyacinths, Eranthus, Camassia and Chiondoxa are planted now and bloom in the.. What Does Tea Have to Do With Roses?.. August 17, 2013.. By Deb Revier, Hennepin County Master Gardener I’ll bet you’re assuming I have a garden full of roses.. No, I don’t! Although they are gorgeous, they are also high maintenance; Japanese beetles love them,  ...   the process of photosynthesis.. Master Gardeners at the Midtown Farmer s Market.. July 17, 2013.. By Grace Anderson, Hennepin County Master Gardener Hennepin County Master Gardener volunteers have staffed a booth at Midtown Farmers Market (MFM) in Minneapolis since its start in 2003.. Now in the 11th year of our partnership with the market, we.. My Fight with a Minnesota Noxious Weed.. July 8, 2013.. By Karen Valerio, Hennepin County Master Gardener I’ve lived in my house for over 20 years and my biggest weed problem has been Creeping Charlie.. I hate Creeping Charlie.. I’ve tried the borax solution, carefully measuring the square footage and.. Tough Edibles for Our Changing Climate.. June 15, 2013.. By Meleah Maynard, Hennepin County Master Gardener Our climate is changing and as it does, gardeners need to adjust what we plant in order to cope with the drought, winds and other weather troubles that climatologists predict are on the.. Shoreline Restoration through Local Watershed District Grants.. May 27, 2013.. By Deb Revier, Hennepin County Master Gardener When was the last time the “government” sent you a check? (I’m not talking about income tax refunds here, but money for a wonderful way to enhance your own property).. Now that I’ve..

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  • Title: Contact Us | Hennepin County Master Gardeners
    Descriptive info: Have A Gardening Question?.. Visit our.. Ask a Gardening Question.. section for ways to get answers to all your gardening questions.. Request A Master Gardener.. YOU can request a Master Gardener to present at your school, business, place of employment or event! Program activities are scheduled through the Hennepin County Extension Office.. Please visit out Events page for more information.. Still have questions?.. Hennepin County Office.. University of Minnesota Extension Service.. Office Hours: 8am-4:30pm, Monday through Friday.. Driving directions from Google Maps.. Program Coordinator.. Terry Straub.. Phone: (612) 596-2130..

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  • Title: Forms | Hennepin County Master Gardeners
    Descriptive info: Award Nomination Criteria.. Award Nomination Form.. (Word).. (PDF).. Feedback Forms.. HCMG Presenter Evaluation/Feedback Form.. Hotline Response Forms.. Hotline Response Form.. - 2013 (PDF).. - 2013 (Word).. HCMG How to Retrieve Hotline Calls.. Intern Forms.. Hours Tracking Form #1.. Excel Spreadsheet.. Hours Tracking Form #2.. MS Word Document.. Intern / Mentor Expectations.. (pdf).. Library Resources.. Books in the HCMG Library.. Media Forms.. Photo Release Form (PDF).. Guidelines: Writing For The HCMG Website.. Time Reporting.. Submit Your Hours Online.. Tutorial Reporting Your Hours Online.. District Reporting Codes.. (Use for ALL public, in-person events.. )..

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  • Title: Links and resources | Hennepin County Master Gardeners
    Descriptive info: Links for Hennepin County Master Gardeners.. University of Minnesota Resources.. University of MN Extension Garden.. University of MN Mastgar Archives.. Master Gardener Archived messages.. Earth-Friendly Home Landscaping.. : A quick reference guide to Earth-Friendly Home Landscaping and environmentally friendly landscaping tips.. Bell Museum Wildlife Info.. Center for Urban Ecology Sustainability:.. Vera Krischik s Integrated Pest Management excellent insect site.. What’s wrong with my plant?.. Plant Disease Clinic (fees vary).. MN Dept of Natural Resources.. MDOT On-line Plant Selector.. The Right Tree Brochure.. Tree Selections For Planting Under and Near Power Lines and Other Locations.. MN Dept of Agriculture:.. well water testing, Dutch elm, Oak Wilt testing.. Sustainable Urban Landscape Information Series.. (SULIS)- Design, implement and maintain sustainable urban landscapes.. Plant selections.. MN Landscape Arboretum database.. Anderson Horticultural Library Plant Information – Collection of Databases of interest to gardening and plant enthusiasts as well as botanists, horticulturalists and plant Scholars.. FloriFacts.. FloriFacts is an information resource for growers and students of greenhouse crops, outdoor herbaceous ornamentals, and greenhouse vegetable crops.. The site is organized and authored by the Floriculture Program in the Department of Horticultural Science at the University of Minnesota.. Wildlife resources for Master Gardeners.. Compiled by John P.. Loegering, Wildlife Ecologist, University of Minnesota.. Eleven Primary Noxious Weeds of MN.. My Minnesota Woods.. Tree and shrub selection by region for MN.. Other Research-Based Sites.. eXtension.. National Extension site; includes on-line Ask A Master Gardener.. National Center for Food Preservation.. Nationwide Extension sites.. Poison plant website.. USDA Invasive and Noxious weeds.. Interactive Weed ID IL Council of Food and Ag Research.. Native Plant Information  ...   California Davis, Oregon State University, Cornell, University, Michigan State University, and the University of Idaho.. Bug identity site.. Butterflies and Moths of North America.. Cornell’s Berry Diagnostic Tool.. - Problem solver for small fruit problems.. Tomato Problems.. A guide to the identification of common problems.. Tree questions.. Iowa State University tree identity.. - interactive site.. Michigan State University Tree ID site.. Leafsnap.. Electronic field guide for iPhone and iPad.. Natural Resources Conservation Service.. plant database with great plant images.. Botanical names.. : guide to pronunication.. Fine Gardening’s Guide to.. Pronunciation.. Managing Houseplant pests.. Perennial Plant Association.. Perennial of the year.. Wood Barns More Identify that Tree!.. Woody Ornamental Insect, Mite and Disease Management.. Penn State.. Just For Fun.. Hewlett Packard.. Free on-line computer classes.. Using Photos and Graphics in PowerPoint Presentations.. Garden Catalogs.. list of the best of 2000 garden catalogs.. Better Homes and Gardens.. - Plan-a-Garden-tool.. Dave’s Garden.. Great for research.. Large site.. Look at Garden Watchdog for feedback on mail order retailers.. Ball Horticulture Company.. container gardening ideas.. Proven Winners Plants.. The Renegade Gardener.. Don Engebretson s gardening site.. Floridata.. A photographic encyclopedia of landscape plants, an online plant nature reference, and a gardening marketplace.. Master Gardener Forum from Village Garden Web.. This forum is meant for the discussion of master gardener programs as well as other volunteer gardening opportunities.. Northscaping.. An informative website for Northern Landscape and design.. The MN State Horticultural Society.. The Minnesota Nursery and Landscape Association (MNLA).. Landscaping, expert referrals, plant info.. Metro Blooms.. Rain gardens and blooming boulevards.. Community Gardens.. in Minnesota (GardeningMatters!).. Federated Garden Clubs of Minnesota..

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