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Garden Questions Answered This Saturday

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Once it finally dries out, gardening season can really begin in Vermont. While the grasses, perennials, shrubs, and trees have been growing during this wet weather, many annual and vegetable gardens have been dormant. But no longer. Now is the time to start planting your vegetables and annual flowers.

Invariably with tough weather, comes problems such as seeds rotting, buds blasting, leaves wilting..... If you have garden problems, I've got a solution. Come see Leonard Perry, perennial flower expert from the University of Vermont, and me this Saturday morning to learn about planting your garden and get solutions to your problems. Spend an hour with us and you'll be ready to plant and grow your garden this weekend. Here's the details.

What: Gardening with Charlie and Leonard
When: Saturday, May 21, 9:30am to 11am
Where: Depot Home and Garden, Essex, Jct., VT
Details: Join Charlie and Leonard as they chat vegetables, fruits, perennial flowers, trees and shrubs in an informal question and answer format. Bring your troubles, problems, and garden woes. We'll help you! Listen to WJOY-AM (1230 on the dial) as they do a live broadcast from the garden center that morning with Ginny McGhee.




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