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Ashley’s Gardening Tips: Stopping the Weeds

Weeding is one task I certainly tire of, but never entirely defeat, on our grounds. If you battle with weeds in […]

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Ashley’s Gardening Tips: Hummingbird-Friendly Plants

As I was filling the bird feeders at the honeycombs last week, lots of hummingbirds were busy visiting the tubular […]

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Spring Plants in Bloom

We’re dusted with snow on this chilly April morning, bringing the spring gardening chores to a screeching halt. But the […]

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Ashley’s Advice for Planting Native Plants

Selecting and planting plants native to our region is one of my gardening resolutions this year. Recently I read Douglas […]

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Ashley’s Gardening Tips — Getting Ready for Spring Gardening

This has felt like the longest winter EVER (although I probably say that every February). The very fact that I am sharing March gardening tips puts a smile on my face as I realize we’re ever so closer to spring at the Inn at Honey Run!

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Ashley’s Gardening Tips – January 2014

January Chores Here in Ohio, snow is blanketing the ground and bitter temperatures hurt your skin. January is a great […]

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Ashley’s Gardening Tips – November 2013

Happy November! Save pumpkin seeds for the birds! Before discarding fall decorations, scoop out pumpkin/squash seeds and spread on a […]

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Ashley’s Gardening Tips – October 2013

Continue feeding hummingbirds in Ohio until mid-October. Feeding will not discourage migration, a hummingbird will know when it is time […]

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