Spring Garden Tips
Gardening Questions & Answers

july_6_2009Gardeners' questions on types of flowers that are less attractive to bees, non-blooming irises and summer blooming Japanese tree lilacs are just few what I'll address in this podcast.  I'll finish with tips on fighting fungus.

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