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Why Mowing in May Can Be Harmful to Pollination in Minnesota

    Whether mowing is your favorite summer pastime or summer bummer, did you know mowing in May can negatively impact pollination? Pollination is crucial for the growth and survival of various plants and ultimately contributes to the overall health of our environment. Here is why you should consider waiting

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Creative Landscaping Ideas to Try this Spring

Spring is finally here, and it’s time to start thinking about your seasonal landscaping plans. Whether you’re looking to add some new plants, freshen up the garden beds, or create a new look for your outdoor space, there are plenty of creative landscaping ideas to try this spring. In this

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How to Prep a Garden for Pollination This Spring

  Gardening is a great activity that brings joy and relaxation. However, if you want your garden to thrive and yield healthy, juicy fruits and vegetables, you need to ensure that your garden is pollinated efficiently. Pollination is essential, especially for the growth and reproduction of most flowering plants. This

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Protecting Your Trees During the Winter Months 

    Winter can be a challenging season for trees. With the cold temperatures, snow and ice storms, and other harsh weather conditions that winter brings, trees are even more susceptible to damage. Unfortunately, this often leads to expensive repairs or even the removal of the tree altogether. But there

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Tips to Make Your Landscape Stand Out This Winter

  Winter can be a challenging time for landscapes. Everything is covered in snow, making it hard to make your yard stand out. You don’t have to stop decorating once the holidays are over–we will give you some tips on how to make your landscape look great the rest of

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Why Fallen Leaves are Good for your Lawn

Leaves falling from trees and covering the ground is a common sight this time of year. But what many people don’t know is that those leaves can be good for your grass!  Leaves act as natural mulch, helping retain moisture in the soil and preventing weeds from growing. They also

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