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The September weather has been fabulous so I am feeling that Autumn is sneaking in the back door. Mornings are cool and moist. Sunsets come earlier in the evening. It’s time to tuck and gather things away for the colder months to … Continue reading

Pruning Raspberries

Raspberries can be their own worst enemy, especially when left un-pruned. When raspberries are left to grow wild and haphazard, the canes get very overcrowded. These thick masses, left in moist, shady conditions become susceptible to myriad of fungal diseases. A thick … Continue reading