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Playing with Light in the Winter Garden

Mon, 01/03/2022 - 7:05am

Winter in Minnesota may be cold, but at least it’s sunny. That’s something gardeners can take comfort in and use to create a more interesting winter garden. As I am writing this, the temperature is hovering around 0 degrees F but the sun is bright as can be, reflecting off the snow. Cathy Rees, who ... Read More about Playing with Light in the Winter Garden

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New Shades of Holiday Poinsettias

Thu, 12/09/2021 - 10:02am

The annual Marjorie McNeely Conservatory holiday flower show at Como Park in St. Paul is underway and it features holiday poinsettias you are unlikely to see in the grocery store or local flower shop. This year’s show highlights plants in autumnal oranges and yellows as well as deep reds. First, some poinsettia basics. The holiday ... Read More about New Shades of Holiday Poinsettias

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