Spring Garden Tips
Caring For Your Garden in the Summer Heat

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Caring for your garden in the heat of the summer is this episode’s focus. Then I answer gardeners’ questions on managing powdery mildew on perennial sweet peas and killing lawn thistles. Then Kristin Gies joins me for tips on identifying and managing galls. I finish off with tips on making your own slow watering device.

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