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Re: Newbie in Minnesota I burned my yard on Sunday otherwise not much going on here yet. This Spring I plan on digging up some of my more aggressive seeding natives and either try to
frank lawrence
Apr 2
#6471
 
6470
Re: Newbie in Minnesota Yes, I understand but haven't experienced zones 2-3. Being in zone 5a I always select plants for zone 4 to be safe. Wish I had access to a natural prairie as
Pam Murphy
Apr 2
#6470
 
6469
Re: Newbie in Minnesota I live in northern Minnesota. To say the growing conditions here are extreme is an understatement!  Very challenging to grow anything that isn't native.  I
Dan Kimbrough
Apr 2
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6468
Re: Newbie in Minnesota David, your food forest sounds wonderful. I am in northern Illinois on a suburban homesite. I've been trying to grow more of my own food by combining edibles
Pam Murphy
Apr 2
#6468
 
6467
Anyone in this group from Maine? Anyone in this group from Maine? Waiting for spring?? David
stereoviews_com
Apr 2
#6467
 
6466
Re: Newbie in Minnesota Jenny, Getting people to talk on this group is difficult. The "moderators" don't contribute anything but an occasional etiquette notice. I am a forest farmer
stereoviews_com
Apr 2
#6466
 
6465
File - periodic etiquette policy.txt This is a periodic reminder that the Yahoo! Native Gardening group has an Etiquette Policy for message posting to ensure the Native Gardening group remains an
nativegardening@yahoogroups.com
Apr 1
#6465
 
6464
Re: Newbie in Minnesota We are in Minnetonka an this is the first year with a yard of my own! Would love to hear your plans for this Spring how you balance it with having kids around!
rengetsu
Mar 21
#6464
 
6463
Monarch Watch - Winter 2013/2014 Greetings Monarch Watchers - let's get right to it! :-) ... Monarch Population Status ... The overwintering numbers are in from Mexico and once again it's bad
Jim Lovett
Mar 3
#6463
 
6462
File - periodic etiquette policy.txt This is a periodic reminder that the Yahoo! Native Gardening group has an Etiquette Policy for message posting to ensure the Native Gardening group remains an
nativegardening@yahoogroups.com
Mar 1
#6462
 
6461
File - periodic etiquette policy.txt This is a periodic reminder that the Yahoo! Native Gardening group has an Etiquette Policy for message posting to ensure the Native Gardening group remains an
nativegardening@yahoogroups.com
Feb 1
#6461
 
6460
Re: Fallen Leaves Depends sometimes on the leaves but I leave mine alone as fallen leaves in natural areas are not raked or shredded and yes any decomposition requires nitrogen
frank lawrence
Jan 4
#6460
 
6459
Re: Fallen Leaves I use a leaf blower to create piles near the edge of the woods for blewit mushrooms and I blow them into branch piles to create hugelkultur garden patches.
stereoviews_com
Jan 3
#6459
 
6458
Re: Fallen Leaves I never rake the leaves in my completely native yard and everything grows fine. I just let them fall and decompose in place. Sometimes they will build up in
Don Zouras
Jan 2
#6458
 
6457
Fallen Leaves I have a largely native habitat garden in the Washington DC area with many perennials and would appreciate people's thoughts on what to do with fallen leaves
nahurwitz
Jan 2
#6457
 
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6456
File - periodic etiquette policy.txt This is a periodic reminder that the Yahoo! Native Gardening group has an Etiquette Policy for message posting to ensure the Native Gardening group remains an
nativegardening@yahoogroups.com
Jan 1
#6456
 
6455
File - periodic etiquette policy.txt This is a periodic reminder that the Yahoo! Native Gardening group has an Etiquette Policy for message posting to ensure the Native Gardening group remains an
nativegardening@yahoogroups.com
Dec 1, 2013
#6455
 
6454
File - periodic etiquette policy.txt This is a periodic reminder that the Yahoo! Native Gardening group has an Etiquette Policy for message posting to ensure the Native Gardening group remains an
nativegardening@yahoogroups.com
Nov 1, 2013
#6454
 
6453
File - periodic etiquette policy.txt This is a periodic reminder that the Yahoo! Native Gardening group has an Etiquette Policy for message posting to ensure the Native Gardening group remains an
nativegardening@yahoogroups.com
Oct 1, 2013
#6453
 
6452
Re: 'RE: Gaint Hogweed Cow Parsnip is a woodland plant, almost always found on dry woodland slopes. Angelica is almost always found in wetlands or sedge meadows, never on dry
frank lawrence
Sep 26, 2013
#6452
 
6451
Re: 'RE: Gaint Hogweed The difference in size alone should distinguish Hogweed from Queen Anne's Lace. But if they are growing together, then just stay away. You might accidentally
PatriciaC
Sep 25, 2013
#6451
 
6450
Re: giant hogweed Thanks Kathleen, I look it up but really tell if they were the same or not. Nice to know how,to tell the difference. Betty
bettylouise davenport
Sep 25, 2013
#6450
 
6449
Re: giant hogweed Cow Parsnip is fine Kathy, I think you mean Wild Parsnip which is not native and phototoxic We abuse the land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to
frank lawrence
Sep 25, 2013
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6448
Kathleen Garness
Sep 25, 2013
#6448
 
6447
'RE: Gaint Hogweed This plant reminds me of what I know as Deadly Hemlock. I have known about it for years. It is often found growing with Green's Anne Lace. Looking at the
bettylouise davenport
Sep 24, 2013
#6447
 
6446
Re: Giant weed that burns and blinds spreads across Canada & USA It reminds me of what I know as Deadly Hemlock. We were warm about it in the 70s as it can be mistaken for Green's Anne Lace. You can find both plants growing
bettylouise davenport
Sep 24, 2013
#6446
 
6445
Giant weed that burns and blinds spreads across Canada & USA      http://www.snopes.com/medical/toxins/hogweed.asp Warning: Giant weed that burns and blinds
frank lawrence
Sep 24, 2013
#6445
 
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6444
Monarch Watch - Summer/Fall 2013 Greetings Monarch Watchers! This will be a quick one to let you know how the migration/tagging season (our 22nd year - wow!) is shaping up and to announce our
Jim Lovett
Sep 12, 2013
#6444
 
6443
File - periodic etiquette policy.txt This is a periodic reminder that the Yahoo! Native Gardening group has an Etiquette Policy for message posting to ensure the Native Gardening group remains an
nativegardening@yahoogroups.com
Sep 1, 2013
#6443
 
6442
Re: Informed video Glad someone watched it We abuse the land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us. When we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin
frank lawrence
Aug 31, 2013
#6442
 
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