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May
6
2013

Cone production up; car wash operators rejoice

Writing on the MSU Extension web site this week, ACS member Dr. Bert Cregg of the Department of Horticulture & Department of Forestry at Michigan State University is positing that the central region is likely to see heavy cone production this year as a result of last year’s drought. While most conifer enthusiasts, attracted by…

Apr
5
2013

Zen and the Art of Pruning

We all have our favorite tools. A pocket knife that Gerber once made for LL Bean but long ago disappeared from their catalog. A spade shovel that my father used in his victory garden during WW II that has gained even more reverence for me since he died in February at 98. And then there’s…

Apr
3
2013

NER “City Digs” Spring 2013

by Colby Feller, Northeast Region President. With a column titled City Digs I thought it appropriate to talk a little about my day-to-day work, gardening in New York City. I work for a small boutique firm, Gresham Lang Garden Designs, and we practice what I like to call Ninja Gardening. If you see a few…

Apr
2
2013

SER President’s Notes April 2013

by Sue Hamilton, Southeast Region President. Spring greetings- although spring has sure been slow to get here this year! I’m ready for spring to stay so I can get outside and enjoy working in my garden with some pleasant weather. Be sure and mark your calendar for a wonderful Conifer Rendezvous Open House on Sunday…

Apr
1
2013

From the President’s Desk Spring 2013

by Larry Nau, ACS National President. Spring is always an exciting time of year; our gardens come alive once again; conifers become flush with color and the ACS gets ready for another exciting year of activities. The main highlight our year is the National Meeting, this time being hosted by the Northeast Region. Soon members…

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