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IN THE GARDEN

posted: 12/09/2017 1:50 a.m. Discuss

Q I am finding branches all over my yard ... a lot! Some elm, some oak. A Master Gardener told me it was some type of insect. What kind and should I be concerned?

Breaking Ground

posted: 12/02/2017 1:51 a.m. Discuss

The saying "if you don't like the weather today, just wait until tomorrow" could not be more applicable these days. While the entire state has had light freezes, and some parts have had a hard, killing frost, most of the state is still seeing blooms on summer-blooming annuals and tropical flowers.

IN THE GARDEN

posted: 12/02/2017 1:48 a.m. Discuss

Q I saw your article with the picture of the beautyberry bush. We have a native beautyberry bush behind our bird feeder. During the summer we see many birds, but never a robin. However, for the last two years in the fall a huge flock of robins has come through. They stay for a few days, and eat all the berries off the bush. Then they leave. We think this is strange. The other birds don't seem to care for the berries.

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