NDSU EXTENSION SERVICE Perennial Plant of 2012 Named
The Perennial Plant Association (PPA) has named Brunner macrophylla Jack Frost the 2012 Perennial plant of the year. Known by many common names Siberian bugloss, brunnera, heartleaf brunnera, and fal... Posted on 2/20/12 at 9:23 AM
STAFF BLOG OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Potted Plant Planted in Pot: Help Me Name a Mascot!
Okay, so I-like a-little alliteration a-lot. But I wanted to show you all my new mascot!
It's not the Sun's mascot, it's just my mascot.
It was given to me by the Anne Carlsen Center--it was a lef... Posted on 7/25/11 at 11:00 PM
If I were capable of filling two bodies and living two lives, then one would have to have been as a horticulturalist as well as artist. Writing, art, cooking and digging in the dirt define the great loves of my life and the lives of many others. Before starting college, life was in a newsroom, flower shows, catering and gardening. Many of those activities overlap easily with children on hand (or lap, or whatever) and accommodating the kids was a part of life for us all.
A new group is helping promote fruits and vegetables grown in North Dakota.
The advisory board, which met for the first time this month, was created by Holly Mawby, director of Minot State University-Bottineau’s Entrepreneurial Center of Horticulture, which has been up and running since January.
June 23, 2008
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