Monthly Archives: October 2018

2019 International MG Conference ‘Dig into Our Roots’

 by Leo Lubke,  IMGC Committee What better way for MGs to ‘dig into their roots’, both horticulturally and historically, that to attend the 2019 International Master Gardener Conference at Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. The planning of this biennial event has been years in the making and is sure to meet Master Gardeners’ diverse interests and needs. The focus of this conference from… Read more »

Creating a Moss Labyrinth

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by Pat Butler With limited relatively flat ground, we managed to create the labyrinth with just enough width for walking and added a stump for sitting.  We began it 3 years ago, collecting moss from our yard and from friends with wooded and wild areas.  One Bradford Pear did not survive the gentle grass removal and we have replaced it… Read more »