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It’s officially Spring! Minnesotans everywhere are heading outside to see how their gardens and landscape have fared over this long, snowy winter. If you’re unsure how to get started with spring clean up, here are a few tips to help you give your lawn and gardens a great start this season: 1.Lawn care In early spring, remove turf that has been damaged by plows, disease or salt, and prepare the soil for seeding later in the...

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It’s official.  Our latest snowfall put us into record-breaking territory, with more than 30 inches so far in February. Believe it or not, spring is just a few weeks away, and this is a great time to snuggle up with a mug of tea/coffee/hot chocolate and start planning your garden. In Minnesota, you can get a head start by planting some seed varieties indoors as early as this week. According to the Farmer’s Almanac, leeks,...

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Crisp air, pumpkin spice and apple pie …it must be fall in Minnesota! It’s a great time to visit an apple orchard, go for a hike or take a drive to see the fall colors. It’s also a good time to plant perennials for next year’s landscape. Here’s a fall landscape & garden To Do List: Landscape & Garden To-do List Plant: It’s a great time to plant summer-blooming shrubs and vines, trees in containers and spring-blooming bulbs....

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