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Edible Perennial Landscaping and Gardening - Shared screen with speaker view
Lynne
01:44:55
I'm always surprised with all the fruit farms in CT that no one grows plums, at least not the pick-your-own farms. Is it because they are difficult and prone to diseases?
Pam's iPad
01:44:56
When is the best time in the spring to cut back perennial (flowers) so as not to disturb overwintering pollinators?
Pam's iPad
01:45:40
Also, when is the best time to start a no-till garden? How long before you plant do you need to start?
Kathleen Holgerson (she/her)
01:46:03
This was fascinating. Thank you so much for this presentation. Can you please repeat the edible landscapers?
Sue
01:46:37
When growing perennial vegetables do you need to re-mineralize the soil
Carol Belau
01:48:10
What is the best way to care for rhubarb? Our plants have been getting smaller after the past few years….after many years of very large yields.
Kathleen Holgerson (she/her)
01:48:38
Thank you.
Lynne
01:49:14
Thank you so much, I never heard of so many of the fruits. Now I want to try them all. Very interesting and informative.
Pam's iPad
01:49:58
Are trees like paw paws best to grow from seed or from an already established sapling?
alison
01:50:26
Thank you, this was really interesting. Lots of great information!
Pam's iPad
01:50:49
Thank you so much!!
Carol Belau
01:50:58
Thanks, great presentation.
Khin’s iPad (2)
01:51:08
can you show me garden location
Linda M. -Newington Library staff
01:51:25
Thank you!