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Let's Get Growing!
The Spring season is off to a great start in the Children's Square Foot Garden at Reeves-Reed Arboretum
Soil has been mixed, boxes have been topped off, seeds have been sown, and seedlings are stored in the greenhouse, as we anticipate the arrival of warmer temperatures.
The Elephant Garlic planted in the fall, shows healthy signs of new growth. While harvested chives from our garden ( and its lavender blossoms) was made into a tasty edible flower...
When you walk through the Arboretum gates for Maple Sugaring Fest, Daffodil Day or Celebrate Fall, you know you'll have a great day of family fun! The Arboretum staff has spent hours preparing for you – informational de...
A friend's father, who possessed a kind of countrified Steven-Wright humor, once remarked on the ability of a thermos bottle to keep hot things hot and cold things cold. "How does it know?", he asked. My friend's father was joking, of course, but I have another question that is far more interesting (if not as funny): how do seeds know when to start growing?
As a standup comedian might say, think about it. If a temperate zone plant produces seeds in late fall, and they germinate right a...