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5 Tips to Spring Clean Your Life

(Family Features) The spring season not only signifies the start of rain showers, colorful flowers and more outdoor activities, it also brings a rise...

Nebraska Outdoor News

Give us your input on Nebraska's conservation officers Nebraska Game and Parks is seeking your valuable input on the quality of service being offered by...

Horticultural Newsletter

VEGETABLESStoring Potatoes in Cold Temperatures          Potatoes stored below 40 degrees F will not sprout and will remain firm for long periods. However, such  storage...

It’s time to divide bearded iris

K-State horticulturist outlines a few easy steps. MANHATTAN, Kan. – Showy, elegant, and easy are terms that describe bearded iris flowers, and because they...

Horticulture Field Day, see what grows best in KC

Saturday, July 25 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 35230 West 135th St., Olathe Tickets: $5.00 each (purchase at gate) * Annual Flowers * Cool Classes * “Walk and Talk” with...

Turf and Flowers in Spotlight at Hays Horticulture Night

HAYS, Kan. – Anyone interested in learning the latest about flowers and lawns is encouraged to bring friends and neighbors to Horticulture Night at...

Bearded irises are well adapted to Kansas

After several years, the centers of the clumps tend to lose vigor, and flowering occurs toward the outside. Dividing iris every three to five...

K-State Olathe Horticulture Center Field Day is July 25

OLATHE, Kan. — The hottest, newest plants will be on view and classes in air-conditioned comfort will be available at the K-State Olathe Horticulture...

Fall garden

By: Scott Eckert, County Extension Agent, Horticulture   It?s July so let?s talk about fall gardening! Fall is an excellent time for gardening in Kansas. A...

Plants for Wet Sites

IN THE GARDEN for July 2015 by Christina Hoyt, Nebraska Statewide Arboretum There aren’t many years in Nebraska when “plants for wet sites” is the...

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