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Tag: re:grow

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A sharp line divides a lawn with short grass, on the left, from one that has grown longer, with other plants mixed in, on the right.

Does ‘No Mow May’ really help pollinators?

To you, “No Mow May” could sound like a simple way to help wildlife, a welcome excuse to put off chores or a first step down the road to anarchy. Read More
To you, “No Mow May” could sound like a simple way to help wildlife, a welcome excuse to put...
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Three smiling young adults sit inside a circle of lights arranged on the ground outside at an evening gathering.

How you can be part of the Biggest Hour for Earth

Something special is about to happen at 8:30 p.m. local time this Saturday, March 23, as people in over 190 countries and territories unite to create the Biggest Hour for Earth — and you... Read More
Something special is about to happen at 8:30 p.m. local time this Saturday, March 23, as people in over...
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A fuzzy caterpillar sits on top of fallen leaves.

Create a leafy habitat for wildlife

“Leave the leaves” on the ground in fall is a common refrain. Doing so provides winter habitat for butterflies, bees and more and insulates your sleeping plants. Read More
“Leave the leaves” on the ground in fall is a common refrain. Doing so provides winter habitat for butterflies,...
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A person stands beside a flourishing garden, writing on a paper bag that holds seeds.

How to harvest seeds from your native plants

Fall is the perfect time to harvest the seeds of many native plant species. You can use these seeds to grow more plants and expand your garden next year, or share them with others. Read More
Fall is the perfect time to harvest the seeds of many native plant species. You can use these seeds...
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