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Sick of the Cold? Escape to Your Happy Place, the Garden

It may be cold, snowy and windy; but, that doesn't mean you can't escape to your happy place, the garden.   Seed catalogs are out making it the perfect time to make some gardening New Year's Resolutions.  And as always, the Master Gardeners at Cornell Cooperative Extension are here with some tips.

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Garden Gnomes
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Gift Ideas for the Gardener on Your List

Everyone has someone on their Christmas list that is nearly impossible to get a good gift. For me it was always my Grandfather.  Then a cousin showed me the way, my Grandfather loved to garden.  Now here come the Master Gardeners at Cornell Cooperative Extension with great gift tips for the gardener.

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Christmas Tree Farm
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Here’s How to Keep Your Real Christmas Tree Fresh

For the first time in recent memory we didn't cut our own Christmas Tree.  We did purchase a real tree from a local greenhouse, though.  The Master Gardeners at Cornell Cooperative Extension say if you don't have time to cut your own, getting it from a LOCAL grower is key to keeping it fresh.  Here's some more of their tips.

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Red Poinsettia
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How To Keep Poinsettias Looking Beautiful Thru The New Year

I'm not sure their has been an official declaration; but let's face it, Poinsettias are the flower of the holidays.  Many use them for decorating from Thanksgiving through the New Year.  The Master Gardeners at Cornell Cooperative Extension have some tips on keeping them looking good.

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Herbs
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Here’s How to Grow Herbs Indoor

Already missing working in the garden?  The Master Gardeners at Cornell Cooperative Extension have an idea to keep those idle hands busy and make great tasting meals; grow your own herbs.

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Pruning Tree
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Winterize Your Trees, It May Be Your Last Chance

It's getting close to last call on preparing your trees for another CNY winter.  While we're enjoying mild temps and some sunshine the next couple of days, The Master Gardeners at Cornell Cooperative Extension have 4 things you should do.

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Diced Garlic
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It’s Easy To Grow Your Own Garlic- Here’s How

Whether your keeping vampires away or making a great Italian dish, garlic is one of the key ingredients.  And we all know the best ingredients are the freshest.  The Master Gardeners at Cornell Cooperative Extension show you how to grow your own garlic and it's easy.

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Prepare Perennials Now For Next Spring

Many gardeners think perennials are maintenance free.  But the Master Gardeners at Cornell Cooperative Extension say now is the time to divide them for healthier plants next spring.

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Flower Bulbs
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Plant Spring Flowering Bulbs Now – Ag Matters

We may be staring straight own the barrel of fall, but now is the time to think spring flowers.  The Master Gardeners at Cornell Cooperative Extension share some tips on planting spring flowering bulbs now.

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Seed Packets
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Regrow Your Favorite Plants – Here’s How to Save The Seeds – Ag Matters

Did you have a flower that was prettier than the rest, or maybe a tomato that was tastier? You can grow more just like it by saving the seeds.  The Master Gardeners at Cornell Cooperative Extension show you how.

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Greenhouse
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Fall is a Great Time to Plant Trees, Shrubs and Perennials – Ag Matters

While the growing season has ended, that doesn't mean you can't plant anything.  In fact, the Master Gardeners at Cornell Cooperative Extension say it's the perfect time to add trees, shrubs and perennials to landscaping and gardens.

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Herb Garden
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Bring Your Garden Indoors For Fall – Ag Matters

It finally happened, fall is here.  But The Master Gardeners at Cornell Cooperative Extension say it doesn't have to mean an end to growing things.  Here's some tips on bringing your garden indoors.

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