Tips for Hardy Gardeners

Gardening tips for Duluth's Northern climate, hosted by Master Gardener Tom Kasper.

Tips for November gardening.

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How many gardeners does it take to change a bulb?

Master gardener Tom Kasper talks bulbs, squirrels and what he calls "the long view into happiness."

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Tom talks powdery mildew, a multitude of harvest festivals at Duluth Public Schools, and Duluth Community Garden Club's upcoming Garlic Sale - just in time to keep you safe at Halloween!

Ears of sweet corn
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Tom Kasper talks about garden tasks other than harvesting and preserving that we can be doing this time of year to prepare for next year's growing season.  He also shared tips for growing sweet corn successfully in our Northern climate.

The Tomato Man Project Facebook page

If school is about to start, that means harvest festivals can't be far behind.  Tom Kasper, president of the Duluth Garden Flower Society, is especially excited about an undertaking that is near and dear to his heart:  The Tomato Man Project.

Tom Kasper talks about activities many gardeners are anticipating the first frost, dividing their perennials, and preparing for fall harvest. 

Also, Tom reports that the Duluth Community Garden Program's "Tour of Tasteful Gardens" has been postponed until next summer.

Duluth Community Garden Program

Tom Kasper gives up tips on watering our gardens during the hotter summer days.  

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