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Gardening

Commentary: The Early Summer Garden

The garden is full of promise in early summer, even, or perhaps, especially, the amateur's garden. Elle Berger is enjoying growth with order, so far.  Go to full article

After Spring Blooms Fade

Martha Foley and Amy Ivy talk about tidying up after the spring blooms. What to do with iris, lupines, poppies, all those plants that flower early and are fading away.  Go to full article

Theatre Review: The Secret Garden

The Secret Garden, in its musical incarnation, is currently running at the Thousand Islands Playhouse in Gananoque. Resident theatre critic Connie Meng recently attended a matinee and has this review.  Go to full article

Garden Damage Control: Too Much Water, Too Much Wind

Martha Foley talks with horticulturist Amy Ivy about the aftermath of summer storms on the garden.  Go to full article

Gardening in the Rain

Martha Foley talks with horticulturist Amy Ivy on gardening in rainy weather,including the effect rain has on fertilizers, organic and non-organic.  Go to full article

Get Growing: Spring Gardening in the North Country

Martha Foley continues her series of Monday morning gardening chats with horticulturist Amy Ivy.  Go to full article

Gardening When the Weather's Weird

Martha Foley talks with horticulturalist Amy Ivy about the unpredictable weather so far this spring.  Go to full article
Common Ground: Seeds and seedlings are planted in Gouverneur's new community garden.

A Place to Grow: Gouverneur's New Community Garden

Ground was broken and tilled late last month for a new community garden in the village of Gouverneur. It's not the first or the only community garden in the North Country,...  Go to full article

A Slow, Cold Start to the Growing Season

Below normal temperatures and late frost could stunt the growth of some North Country crops. And recent heavy rains are halting work in the fields. The relatively mild winter...  Go to full article

Crop Season Preview

We've had rain and snow showers in the past week, but North Country farmers are hoping for more precipitation this spring. Cornell Cooperative Extension agronomist Pete...  Go to full article

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