Gardening Resources

Growing your own food can be a very satisfying effort that pays off in a number of ways: your fruits and vegetables are fresher and you can choose the exact varieties that you and your family enjoy. Plus you can save substantial amounts of money over purchasing from groceries or markets. We can provide resources and advice whether you are a new or veteran gardener.


Find resources using the topic links below.

Bugs & Insect PestsJapanese beetle

Species Information

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CompostingComposting can return nutrients to the soil

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Flowers

General

Annualsundefined

Perennialspurple coneflower

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Fruit CultivationBlueberries at Master Gardener Ken Kogut's house

General

Small Fruits

Blueberries
Brambles
Strawberries
Grapes
Other Minor Fruits 

Tree Fruits

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Garden Planning & Practices Covered Raised Bed

Planning

Practices

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Houseplants & Indoor Gardeningundefined

Problems

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Invasive SpeciesSpotted lantern fly

Species Information

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Lawns Trees & Shrubsundefined

Lawns

Trees and Shrubs

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Native Plantsundefined

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Plant DiseasesCucumber plant with powdery mildew

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Pollinators & Beneficial Insects

honeybee on anise hyssop

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SeedsBean seeds

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Soil & Soil Testingundefined

Testing

Understanding and Improving

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Vegetables & HerbsZucchini with flowers and fruit

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WeedsDrumlin farm

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WildlifeEastern bluebird with caterpillar

Gardening To Attract Wildlife
Nuisance Wildlife

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Last updated April 25, 2022