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Hard Freeze: The Growing Season Ends

Martha Foley talks with horticulturist Amy Ivy about the first frost, a time to say good by to bright perennials and favorite herbs; and a final day to do some garden cleanup. What should you clean out and what do you leave?  Go to full article

The Fall Garden: Thinking Ahead to Spring

Martha Foley talks with horticulturist Amy Ivy about planting bulbs for next summer's garden.  Go to full article

Fall Gardening: A Good Time to Plan for Next Spring

Martha Foley talks with Horticulturist Amy Ivy about autumn garden cleanup and planning for a new growing season: From moving and dividing perennials to mapping out new garden plots. Amy also recommends the book, The Well-Tended Perennial Garden: Planting and Pruning Techniques, by Tracy Disabato-Aust.  Go to full article

Late Summer Gardening: It's Not Over Yet!

Martha Foley talks with horticulturist Amy Ivy about the warm, late summer and the extended gardening season.  Go to full article

Dishing the Dirt on Composting

Martha Foley and horticulturist Amy Ivy talk about home composting: design, location, good dirt and gardening.  Go to full article

September Gardening: It's not too late!

Martha Foley talks with horticulturist Amy Ivy about late summer additions to the garden.  Go to full article

Call-in: Gardening with Amy Ivy

Amy Ivy, Horticulturist with the Clinton/Essex County Cooperative Extension Service, answers listener questions on gardening.  Go to full article

Summer Gardening Update

Martha Foley talks with horticulturist Amy Ivy about late-summer gardening.  Go to full article

Getting The Garden Under Control

Todd Moe talks with horticulturist Amy Ivy about how to keep the garden clean and neat in late summer, from perennials to tomatoes and squash.  Go to full article

Summer Gardening: Keeping the Soil Moist During the Dry Months

Todd Moe talks with Amy Ivy, horticulturist with the cooperative extension service of Clinton and Essex counties, about watering tips during hot, summer weather. How much is enough?  Go to full article

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