July 2018

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Garden Bed #2: Bulb Bed Adopted by MG Staff Garden Bed #3: Succulent Bed Adopted by Liz, MG Garden Bed #3: Pollinator Bed Adopted by Shari Elena and Linda, MGs

June 2018

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In June, our beds started to fill in. The bulb bed is close to blooming, the seed to flower bed is full of greenery and a succulent bed is being

May 2018

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In May, we began to see the fruits of our labor and more volunteers started to adopt beds! Bed #1: The Annual Bed with a bulb in the middle Adopted

April 2018

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We began planting in April of 2018. Bed #1: The Annual Bed Adopted by program staff Bed #2: The Bulb Bed Adopted by program staff


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Here is what we did in 2017 to prepare our garden for planting in 2018!  

Spring 2018 Master Gardener Newsletter

Apr/23 By

Spring 2018 For Master Gardeners, By Master Gardeners Newsletter Thank you Becky C., Anna A and Phyllis P. for your submissions that made this newsletter possible. Want to write for

Various lichen on rock

Liking Lichen

Apr/23 By

By Becky Colwell, Master Gardener Lichen is one of those nondescript plants I never thought much about other than it’s a pretty growth on rocks and if you are lost

Spring Poetry

Apr/23 By

By Phyllis Peacock and Nevada Poetry Society SPRING FROLIC Slinging bags of steer manure for the greening of the yard for a bigger, yellow daffodil for a sweeter, redder rose!

Owls in the Garden

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By Linda Fulton, Master Gardener What an adventure we had last year.  It all began last winter, around January, when we noticed increased Great Horned Owl activity in the 40

Spring Recipes

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April’s Recipe – Anna Anderson, MG Carrot Pineapple Cake from Anna’s BFF Kathy Redding Ingredients: 3 and ¼ cups of flour · 2 tsp baking powder · 1 tsp baking soda · ½

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