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Fall Native Flower Options in Ohio Amish Country

Native Plant Options If You Can’t Keep Mums

Fall is fast approaching, and with the turning of leaves comes the annual flood of mums at garden centers and […]

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Ashley’s Recipes For the Garden

Just like recipes for the kitchen, some of the best recipes for the garden have stood the test of time, […]

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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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