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County Horticulture Educator in Douglas County

    Douglas County Horticulture Wants You!
    If you are a gardener or are interested in lawns and landscapes, local foods, fruits and vegetables, water quality, invasive species, integrated pest management or trees and flowers, we want to hear from you!
    Emerald Ash Borer Discovered in Stearns County
    There are three easy steps Minnesotans can take to keep EAB from spreading:
    Spring Lawn Care
    Our landscapes will soon turn from the white snow cover to green grass but have a little patience so that damage is not caused to your lawns by starting lawn care too early.
    Shady Characters and Sunny Superstars
    Some of the loveliest of these plants are perennials, coming back larger and stronger year after year.
    Wildlife In the Garden
    A combination of control methods will help keep garden marauders at bay.
    Vegetables for Everyone
    ! Whatever your reason, grow a few veggies this growing season and start enjoying fresh produce harvested by you!
    Master Gardener Annual Recognition Awards
    The Master Gardeners of Douglas County are involved in many programs that impact the lives of those who live in our county and beyond: from Let’s Get Growing, our annual spring horticulture education day, to Tour of Gardens and the fall bus tour.
    Extend the Life of Your Valentine’s Flowers
    If your Valentine gives you fresh cut flowers, you will want to keep them beautiful for as long as possible.
    To Prune or Not to Prune
    Is it time to prune? How should I prune? What should I prune? So many questions surround the task of landscape pruning. For many trees and shrubs late winter and early spring is the perfect time to prune them, but this isn’t the time for all species.
    Douglas County Horticulture Inquiries
    Now there is a new way to submit horticulture questions to your county Horticulture Educator

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