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Preparing For The Spring Gardening Season

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One winter gardening task is to clean, sharpen and organize your tools so all is ready for that first day out in your plant beds.

One of the best ways to get through the cold, gray days of winter is to think about spring. That comes easier for gardeners, who spend January and February planning and preparing their gardens, buying seeds, cleaning and sharpening tools and taking horticulture classes.

Joining us with suggestions on how to get ready for spring and to answer your gardening questions are Campbell County Extension Office Horticulture Agent Sarah Stolz; Peter Huttinger, director of the Turner Farm Community Garden Program and co-overseer of Homeadow Song Farm; and Boone County Cooperative Extension Horticulture extension agent David Koester.

For information on Turner Farm gardening programs, click here. For upcoming Boone County Extension program information, click here. For information on classes and events in Campbell County, click here. For the Campbell County Extension Horticultural Newsletter, click here

The Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Gardens is offering a Landscape for the Homeowner Series with Zoo Director of Horticulture Steve Foltz beginning February 7. For information and registration, click here.