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This month's feature article: Weed, Wild Flower or Garden Flower

Bending over at the hips, or crawling on your knees in the garden, it is the weeds that are the focus of our labor now. Weeds in the garden once were considered harmful, even invasive. The thought was that weeds needed to be destroyed at any cost. Yes, we hate galinsoga, sheep sorrel, bindweed, and hiding under all the rest is that purslane. But being this ‘up-close and personal’ with our plants while weeding does have the benefit of seeing exactly what is going on in our gardens. Read more ...

And this month's Book Review: Weedless Gardening


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The Master Gardener program will allow you endless opportunities to enhance your knowledge and expertise as well as to meet fellow gardeners from throughout Western Massachusetts. You will also discover rewarding service and learning opportunities as you assist people with good and sustainable solutions to their gardening problems and challenges.

 

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Western Massachusetts Master Gardener Association is committed to serving the community through public education and service. Find us at local farmers markets answering gardening questions. Look for us tending area community and non-profit groups' gardens.
 

 

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PHONE HOTLINE: Call the Hotline with your gardening questions at any time: 413-298-5355.  WMMGA Master Gardeners will answer your questions and call you back! Please leave your name, your question, your phone number (or email address), and the best time to reach you on the answering machine any day of the week. We will call you back when we have an answer to your question.
 

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