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  • Learn about Mushrooms in the Midwest

    Join us for our 19th Annual Spring Gardening Seminar to learn how to handle mushroom specimens and learn about common mushrooms in the Midwest, from edibles and their toxic lookalikes to common "yard" mushrooms. Learn the basics of mushroom ecology...

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  • Planting Asparagus

    Though it is too early to plant asparagus, it is not too early to make plan and prepare the soil. This crop is a perennial and will survive for many years if given proper care. It prefers full sun and...

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  • March Gardening Calendar

    Houseplants Weeks 1-4: Two handsome houseplants that provide fragrant blossoms indoors this month are the Confederate jasmine (Trachelospermum jasminoides) and Japanese pittosporum (Pittosporum tobira). Both thrive in average home conditions and are easy plants to grow. Weeks 1-4: As day...

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  • Annual Spring Seminar

    Have you signed up for our Annual Spring Seminar yet??? It is an amazing all day event offering a variety of presentations for the avid gardener. You can learn about the Best Veggies for our Midwest Climate, Gardening with Natives...

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  • Fertilize Strawberries

      An August application of nitrogen on spring-bearing strawberries is important in order to increase the number of strawberries produced next spring. Plenty of daylight and warm temperatures during June, July and August promotes the growth of new runner, or...

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  • Gardeners’ Gathering April 10th

    Thursday   April 10, 2014         The Not Too Big Vegetable Garden The Master Gardeners of Greater Kansas City present:  “The Not Too Big Vegetable Garden” Thursday April 10, 2014, 6:30 pm at Country Club Christian Church, 6101 Ward Parkway, KCMO with...

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