What's Coming Up 29: Cherry, beetles, sharpen tools, prune Japanese maple

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Prune after leaf damage? Add injury to insult!
          Article on the pdf, Pg. 1
Airy answer to dead spots in lawn, pg. 2
How core aeration works, pg. 3
Tool cleaning and sharpening directions, pp. 4-6
Group seeds by temperature needs for a better start
          pagers 6-7
More chances to learn pruning with Janet, pg. 7
Prune to keep Japanese maple tree small, pp. 7-8
Solve a puzzle, cultivate your mind, pg. 8
Striking gold at garden seminars, pg. 8

 

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aeration
beech
Begonia
cherry tree
clean tools (index continues below image)

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core aerator
dead spots in lawn
dense clay
fall webworm
frost dates
germination
grinder
hone
honing stone
how much cold plants take
identify insect
insect damage


Japanese beetles
Japanese maple
lawn
leaves chewed
leaves damaged
lily leaf beetle
losing leaves
moon influence on seed
mushroom fairy ring
necrotic ring spot
prune
pruning
puzzle
re-seed
seeds
sharpen tool
signs of spring
soil hard packed
something eating cherry leaves
sprout
temperature for seed starting
tool care
tools
top dressing
tropical plants
vegetable names pun
water
watering

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