What's Coming Up 12: Night lights, ecology, transplanting pines and perennials, weeds

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Reasons to keep the night dark... but lighten up on gardeners

Gardeners acquire culture and a title: Horticulturist!

Pumpkin carver enlightened

Weed-n-feed suspect in case of dead crocus

Time left to transplant? Weeping white pine says yes!

In my garden: Christmas cactus, edges and vole traps

Too bright to see: Sassafras in my eyes

Forgotten wishes and tagalong weeds

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In this issue you will find answers to these Search terms:

agriculture
aquiculture
arboriculture
bishop's weed Aegopodium podagraria
candling pine transplanted
care of total environment
Christmas cactus Schlumbergera
crocus, snow crocus, Crocus minimus, sensitive to herbicide
ecologically conscious gardeners
environmental awareness, environmentally conscious gardeners
floriculture
forestry
Geranium 'Rozanne' transplanting, Geranium sanguineum, perennial geranium
global warming
herbicide's effect on bulbs
horsetail, scouring rush, Equisetum arvense
jack o'lanterns, carved pumpkins as night lights, lumieres
light effect on bloom, hours of darkness
light pollution
mysterious bulb failure
nightlighting, lights in gardens
olericulture
perennials transplanting
pomology
Rose transplanting
Sassafras fall color
shrub transplanting
silviculture
thistle
transplanting, best time
tree transplanting
vermicultureviticulture
voles, trapping voles (some here, some in Growing Concerns 462!)
water conservation
Water Footprint Network
weeding bed edges
weeds transplanted with perennials

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