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TIP#2, TIP#3, AND SO ON…

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Greentime Solutions

Zinnias are another favorite of mine. They are so easy to grow. I recommend getting the treated variety seeds if you plan on sowing them directly into soil, and they come in almost every color in the rainbow! Plant in mid spring when the soil gets above 70 degrees. They get about knee high with long lasting flowers that are great for cut flower arrangements. They also attract birds and butterflies, and will last until the first frost. TIP#3 Planting for bees. This year think to try to save a bee. We’d probably starve if it wasn’t for them pollinating almost everything. Pesticides are killing them and tainting their honey supplies. I looked up some good pictures today for you to think about and lots more information put together by 13 Lucky Bees. TIP #4 Read,” Chicken Soup For The Gardeners Soul.” I thoroughly enjoyed the short stories that taught me…

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