Fall Poetry

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By Phyllis Peacock, MG and President of the Nevada Poetry Society & Poets from the Nevada Poetry Society Poetry is a Garden of Words. Explore and share the literary landscape with

Heart in fall leaves

The Secret Behind Amazing Fall Color

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By Jenn Fisher, Master Gardener Program Assistant Fall is my favorite time of the year. After a long, hot summer, the chill of fall is much appreciated. My absolute favorite

Eutrochium maculatum

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by Becky Colwell, MG About four years ago, my sister-in-law wanted to know if I’d like some of her Joe-Pye weed as she was dividing them, so I said sure

volunteers cleaning up a school garden

Putting Your Garden to Bed

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By Liz Morrow, MG Once the first fall frost comes and goes, many people let their garden come and go too– with the promise that next year I will plant

Fall 2017 Newsletter

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Hello Fall! Ahhhh, finally the weather is cooling down, the leaves are changing colors and summer gardens are a distant memory. I just love fall. I love those cool days

Scotch Broom Eriophyid Gall Mite

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By Jenn Fisher, Master Gardener Program Assistant Many of you have included Scotch broom cultivars in your landscapes for their beautiful flowers in vibrant yellows, pinks and purples and as

seed growing

2017 Events Calendar and 2018 Save the Dates

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2017 EVENTS CALENDAR October Oct. 19 – Living with Bears, an Advanced Master Gardener Training NDOW’s Jessica Heitt will come to the Washoe County Cooperative Extension office to do a talk on Living

Recipes of the Season – Fall

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Shared by Anna Anderson, MG October Sweet Potato, Kale & Sausage Soup (Recipe from www.womansday.com) Ingredients: Turkey Sausage, amount is of your choice 1 sautéed onion (sliced) 1/2 tsp garlic

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