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Attend the Sustainable Landscape Conference

February 12, 2016

UConn Extension is sponsoring the Sustainable Landscape Conference (New conference name, same great program!) – A Conference for the Landscape and Horticultural Professional. The conference will be held at the Lewis B. Rome Commons on the University of Connecticut Storrs campus on Thursday, March 17, 2016. This all-day educational conference will address a wide range of topics focusing […]

This is Nuts!

February 10, 2016

By Tom Worthley, Associate Extension Professor, Forestry, UConn Extension Wow, there were tons of acorns this past fall…literally tons. At least it seemed so, in my yard alone! There really were lots of acorns in many areas, and this phenomenon does occur every now and then, why is that? Why the great abundance of acorns […]

10 Tips for the February Gardener

February 08, 2016

  Visit our booth at the 2016 CT Flower & Garden Show in Hartford, February 18th to 21st. Bring ½ cup of soil for a free pH test and your garden questions for free advice. Turn the compost pile during any stretches of mild weather.   Surprise your favorite relative or friend with a floral […]

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