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Index to "Trumpet Vine" Newsletter Articles
The following index of articles is from the "Trumpet Vine," the Cuyahoga County Master Gardeners' bimonthy newsletter:

NOTE: Any product or practice recommendations or references, or other practices, advice, views or information expressed in Trumpet Vine articles are the opinions of the authors, presenters or reviewers, and do not necessarily reflect those of the Master Gardeners of Cuyahoga County, OSU, the OSU Extension or the Master Gardener Program, which make no product endorsements, and for which articles these organizations have or assume no responsibility or liability. Some information in the articles may be dated and superseded. Use information from the articles at your own risk. Please be sure to check other resources, including OhioLine and Master Gardener horticultural hot lines (Internet Email Diagnosticians and Telephone Diagnosticians) for further information. Pesticide and herbicide selection, usage, handling and application must always be in accordance with the product labeling instructions and warnings.
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Annuals      
  All-American Selections for 2014 Jan/Feb 2014, pp.4-5 Jacqueline Kowalski, OSUE Hort. and Nat. Resources Educator
  Must-Have Top Performing Low-Maintenance Annuals from Pam Bennett presentation May/Jun 2009, p.13 Sandy Welches MG '05
       
Book, DVD & Other Reviews      
  50 High Impact, Low-care Garden Plants” (Tough but beautiful plants that anyone can grow). By Tracy Di-Sabato-Aust May/Jun 2009, pp.7-8 Sandy Welches MG '05
  The $64 Tomato by William Alexander Mar/Apr 2009, p.6 Elaine Slea MG '08
  101 Things For Kids to Do Outside by Dawn Isaac Sep/Oct 2014, p. 11 Sandy Welches MG '05
  American Nurseryman’s Pronouncing Dictionary May/Jun 2012, p. 7 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Animal, Vegetable, Miracle: a year of food life by Barbara Kingsolver, with Steven L. Hopp and Camille Kingsolver Sep/Oct 2009, p. 10 Carole Braverman MG '03
  Around the World in 80 Plants Jan/Feb 2016, p. 5 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Autumn Gardens by Ethne Clark May/Jun 2000, p.13 Phyllis Cunningham Hutson MG '99
  The Backyard Parable: Lessons on Gardening and Life by Margaret Roach Mar/Apr 2013, p. 15 Lynn Sniderman MG '12
 

The Bee‐Kind Garden, Apian Wisdom for Your Garden
by David Squire

Nov/Dec 2011, pp. 12-14 Green Books, publisher
  Bees In Your Backyard by Joseph S. Wilson and Olivia J. Messinger Carril Sep/Oct 2016, p. 5 Lynn Sniderman MG '12
  The Brother Gardeners by Andrea Wulf Nov/Dec 2016, p. 6 Kathleen Roberts MG '11
  Building with Straw Bales
A Practical Guide for the UK and Ireland
By Barbara Jones
Nov/Dec 2011, pp. 12-14 Green Books, publisher
  Celebrating Charles Darwin Jan/Feb 2009, p.7 J. Richard Huff MG '90
  Commercial Floristry Design and Techniques by Sandra Adcock Jan/Feb 2013, p. 10 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Creative Propagation: A Grower's Guide by Peter Thompson Jan/Feb 2000, p.9 Shelly Hill MG '99
  Dahlias by Andy Vernon Sep/Oct 2014, p. 11 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Dirr's Encyclopedia of Trees & Shrubs Mar/Apr 2012, p. 7 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Down the Garden Path, A Book Review of the English Flower Garden by William Robinson Mar/Apr 2009, pp.4-5 Joe McCormack MG '08
  The Drunken Botanist - The Plants That Create the World's Great Drinks by Amy Stewart
Mar/Apr 2015, p. 10 Lynn Sniderman MG '12
  Dryland Gardening by Jennifer Bennett Nov/Dec 2002, p.11 Nan Kennedy MG '96
  Edible Weeds by Gail Harland Nov/Dec 2011, pp. 12-14 Green Books, publisher
  The Essential Garden Book by Terence Conran & Dan Pearson Mar/Apr 2000, p.8 Phyllis Cunningham Hutson MG '99
  The Explorer's Garden: Rare and Unusual Perennials May/Jun 2000, p.13 Phyllis Cunningham Hutson MG '99
  Flower Confidential by Amy Stewart Jan/Feb 2008, p.4 Carole Braverman MG '03
  Food not Lawns: How to Turn Your Yard into a Garden and Your Neighborhood into a Community by H.C. Flores May/Jun 2008, p.7 Nancy Brewer MG '86
  Founding Gardeners by Andrea Wulf Mar/Apr 2017, pp.7-8 Kathleen Roberts MG '11
  Gardening for Beginners by Wolfgang Hensel Jan/Feb 2000, p.9 Phyllis Cunningham Hutson MG '99
  Gardening in a Changing Climate Sep/Oct 2012, p.12 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Good Garden Bugs: Everything You Need to Know about Beneficial Predatory Insects by Mary M. Gardiner, PhD Nov/Dec 2016, p. 5 Lynn Sniderman MG '12
  Gravel Garden by Beth Chatto Nov/Dec 2002, pp.11- 12 Nan Kennedy MG '96
  Grow the Good Life: Why a Vegetable Garden Will Make You Happy, Healthy, Wealthy and Wise by Michelle Owens Mar/Apr 2013, p. 14 Lynn Sniderman MG '12
  Grow Your Food for Free (well almost): Great money‐saving ideas for your garden by Dave Hamilton Nov/Dec 2011, pp. 12-14 Green Books, publisher
  A Guide to Bearded Irises, Cultivating the Rainbow Sep/Oct 2012, p.12 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Highgrove: A Garden Celebrated by Charles, Prince of Wales and Bunny Guinness Sep/Oct 2014, p. 11 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Holy Shit, Managing Manure to Save Mankind by Gene Logsdon Nov/Dec 2011, pp. 12-14 Green Books, publisher
  Horticulture Resources Worth
Investigating
Nov/Dec 2007, p.5 Linda Vinney MG '03
  How Plants Work by Linda Chalker-Scott May/Jun 2017, p. 8 Lois Rose MG '98
  If You Love Honey by Martha Sullivan, ill. by Cathy Morrison Jan/Feb 2017, p.12 Sandy Welches MG '05
  If You Plant a Seed by Kadir Nelson Jan/Feb 2017, p.12 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Insect Photography: Art and Techniques by John Bebbington Jan/Feb 2013, p. 10 Sandy Welches MG '05
  The Invention of Nature: Alexander Humboldt’s New World by Andrea Wulf Mar/Apr 2016, pp. 2-4 Carol Braverman MG '03
  The Inviting Garden: Gardening for the Senses, Mind & Spirti by Allen Lacy Mar/Apr 2000, p.8 Phyllis Cunningham Hutson MG '99
  The Kew Plant Glossary by Henk Beentje Mar/Apr 2016, pp. 2-4 Carol Braverman MG '03
  The Language of Flowers by Victoria Diffenbaugh Sep/Oct 2011, p.11 Sandy Welches MG '05
  The Landscaping Revolution: Garden with Mother Nature, Not Against Her by Sally and Andy Wasowski May/Jun 2000, p.13 Phyllis Cunningham Hutson MG '99
  Lasagna Gardening: A New Layering System for Bountiful Gardens Sep/Oct 2000, p.11 Heather Burdette MG '00
  Lawn Gone! Low Maintenance, Sustainable, Attractive Alternatives for Your Yard by Pam Penick Nov/Dec 2013, p. 9 Lynn Sniderman MG '12
  Making a Garden: Reliable Techniques, Outstanding Plants & Honest Advice by Rita Buchanan Sep/Oct 2000, p.11 Heather Burdette MG '00
  Making the Most of Your Glorious Glut: Cooking, storing, freezing, drying and preserving your garden produce
by Jackie Sherman
Nov/Dec 2011, pp. 12-14 Green Books, publisher
  Mrs. Greenthumbs Carries On: 5 Steps to the Drop Dead Gorgeous Garden of Your Dreams by Cassandra Danz Jan/Feb 2000, p.9 Phyllis Cunningham Hutson MG '99
  The Natural Shade Garden by Ken Druse Jan/Feb 2015, p. 15 Susan Hildebrandt MG '11
  The New Gardener by Pippa Greenwood Jan/Feb 2000, p.9 Phyllis Cunningham Hutson MG '99
  Noah's Garden, Restoring the Ecology of Our Own Back Yards by Sara Stein Sep/Oct 2010, p.10 Betty Killeen MG '96
  An Orchard Odyssey by Naomi Slade Jan/Feb 2017, p.12 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Paradise Lot by Eric Toensmeier Sep/Oct 2013, pp. 13, 15 Lynn Sniderman MG '12
  Perennials for Midwestern Gardens: Proven Plants for the Heartland by Anthony W. Kahtz Mar/Apr 2016, pp. 2-4 Carol Braverman MG '03
  Plant: Art of the Botanical World by Phaidon Editions Jan/Feb 2017, p.12 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Plantiful: Start Small, Grow Big with 150 Plants That Spread, Self-Sow, and Overwinter by Kristin Green Jul/Aug 2014, p. 5 Lynn Sniderman MG '12
  Plantiful: Start Small, Grow Big with 150 Plants That Spread, Self-Sow, and Overwinter by Kristin Green Mar/Apr 2016, pp. 2-4 Carol Braverman MG '03
  Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse Nov/Dec 2015, pp. 1-6 Karen and Greg Cada MGs '06
  Planting the Dry Shade Garden by Graham Rice Jan/Feb 2013, p. 10 Sandy Welches MG '05
  The Practical Encyclopedia of Container Gardening by Stephanie Donaldson and Peter McHoy Jul/Aug 2000, p.9 Deborah Willis MG '98
  The Pruning Book, 2nd Edition, by Lee Reich Sep/Oct 2010, p.8 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Refresh Your Garden Design with Colors, Texture & Form May/Jun 2014, p. 5 Lynn Sniderman MG '12
  Right Rose, Right Place by Peter Schneider Mar/Apr 2010, p.10 Joe McCormack MG '08
  Rosemary & Thyme - DVD Series Jan/Feb 2013, p. 12 Greg Cada MG '06
  Salvias by John Whittlesey Sep/Oct 2014, p. 11 Sandy Welches MG '05
  The Search for Lost Habitats: 30 Years of Exploring for Rare and Endangered Plants by Perry K. Peskin May/Jun 2008, p.5 Carole Braverman MG '03
  Seeds: Time Capsules of Life by Rob Kessler & Wolfgang Stuppy Mar/Apr 2013, p. 14 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Seeds, Growing From: Book Recommendation Mar/Apr 2014, p. 5 Lynn Sniderman MG '12
  Seeing Seeds: A Journey into the World of Seedheads, Pods, and Fruit Nov/Dec 2016, p. 7 NY Times Book Review
  Shocking Beauty by Thomas Hobbs Mar/Apr 2000, p.8 Phyllis Cunningham Hutson MG '99
  The Soil Will Save Us by Kristin Olhson Jan/Feb 2015, p. 13 Bonnie Hunt MG '08
  Spiritual Gardening - Creating Sacred Space Outdoors by Peg Streep Mar/Apr 2000, p.8 Phyllis Cunningham Hutson MG '99
  Straw Bale Gardens: The Breakthrough Method for Growing Vegetables Anywhere, Earlier and With No Weeding by Joel Karston Jan/Feb 2017, pp.13-14 Kathleen Dowdell MG '12
  A Thousand Mountains, A Million Hills: Creating the Rockwork of Japanese Gardens by David Harris Engel May/Jun 2000, p.13 Phyllis Cunningham Hutson MG '99
  Trees Up Close by Nancy Ross Hugo and Photographer Robert LLewellyn Jan/Feb 2016, p. 6 Sandy Welches MG '05
  The Triumph of Seeds by Thor Hanson Nov/Dec 2006, p.6 Sandy Welches MG '05
  The Truth About Garden Remedies: What Works, What Doesn't Work-and Why By Jeff Gillman, Ph.D Nov/Dec 2006, p.6 Carol Braverman MG '03
  The Unexpected Houseplant: 220 Extraordinary Choices for Every Spot in your Home by Tovah Martin Mar/Apr 2013, p. 15 Lynn Sniderman MG '12
  The Unsung Season by Sydney Eddison Nov/Dec 2003, p.10 Gloria Schmitz MG '01
  Water by Susan McClure Nov/Dec 2002, pp.12-13 Nan Kennedy MG '96
  The Water-Thrifty Gardener by Stan de Freitas Nov/Dec 2002, p.13 Nan Kennedy MG '96
  Water Wise Gardening by American Horticulture Society Nov/Dec 2002, p.12 Nan Kennedy MG '96
  Why Grow That, When You Can Grow This? 255 Extraordinary Alternatives to Everyday Problem Plants by Andrew Keys May/Jun 2013, p. 17 Lynn Sniderman MG '12
  Wildflowers of Ohio by Robert L. Henn Jan/Feb 2000, p.9 Sally Jo Parecco MG '99
  Winter Reading Suggestion Jan/Feb 2014, p. 11 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Writing the Garden by Elizabeth Barlow Rogers Sep/Oct 2014, p. 11 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Xeriscape Handbook by Gayle Weinstein Nov/Dec 2002, p.11 Nan Kennedy MG '96
  Xeriscape Plant Guide by Rob Proctor Nov/Dec 2002, p.11 Nan Kennedy MG '96
  Zora's Zucchini by Kathryn Pryor Jan/Feb 2017, p.12 Sandy Welches MG '05
       
Community and Master Gardening      
  Feeding Cleveland: Urban Agriculture Mar/Apr 2009, p.13 Carolyn Hufford MG '96
  Farm to School Conference - 2011 May/Jun 2011, p. 6 Carolyn Hufford MG '96
  John Langkau and the Founder of Master Gardeners of Cuyahoga County Inc. Jan/Feb 2015, p. 12 Carolyn Vrtunski MG '97
  Master Gardener Volunteers Mentoring Community Gardens: Vision and Perseverence May/Jun 2017, pp. 9-11 Marianne Sachs '04 and
Linda Dole '06
  Plant a Row for the Hungry Mar/Apr 2009, p.10 Linda Dole MG '06
  Share the Health Garden Journal May/Jun 2014, pp. 9, 12 Laura Elersich MG '12
  Share the Health Garden Journal Jul/Aug 2014, p. 9 Laura Elersich MG '12
  Share the Health Garden Journal Sep/Oct 2014, p. 9 Laura Elersich MG '12
  Share the Health Garden Journal Nov/Dec 2014, p. 15 Laura Elersich MG '12
  Urban Agriculture: Back to the Future May/Jun 2011, pp. 5, 9 Marie Barni, OSUE Director, Cuyahoga County
  Was This America's First Urban Community Garden? Jan/Feb 2016; p.8 Sandy Welches MG '05
       
Composting & Vermicomposting      
  Compost Confusion Mar/Apr 2000, p.9 Anna Welker MG '90
  One Thousand Worms Sep/Oct 2004, p.6 Marianne Sachs MG '04
  Why Compost? Nov/Dec 2012, p. 14 Susan Cowling Lake MG
  Why Compost? Why Not? Nov/Dec 2005, p.4 Nan Kennedy MG '06
       
Container Gardening      
  Container Gardening May/Jun 2011, pp. 1, 7 Denise Ellsworth, Horticulture Educator, Western Reserve Extension
  Container Gardening presentation by Barry Kridler, Kridler’s Gardens May/Jun 2009, p.14 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Designing with Containers Sep/Oct 2006, p.2 Rosie Daniels MG '97
  Growing Vegetables in Containers Jul/Aug 2010, pp. 5, 13 Pat Koch MG '08
       
Decorating      
  Holiday Decorations from Landscape Plants Nov/Dec 2011, pp. 1, 6, 11 Denise Ellsworth, Horticulture Educator, Western Reserve Extension
  Make Your Own Kokedama Jan/Feb 2017, p.10-11 Sandy Welches MG '05
       
Fall & Winter Gardening      
  Fall and Winter Protection: Gardening in Frosty and Cold Weather Jan/Feb 2013, pp. 8-9 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Make the Most of Fall & Winter Gardening by Decorating Outdoors and In Nov/Dec 2005, p.5 Terah McNeal MG '03
  Preparing the Landscape for Winter Sep/Oct 2015, pp. 4-5 Cindy Struk MG '15
  Research Report on Season Extension Nov/Dec 2004, p.9 Gerald Gross
  A Winter Theme Sep/Oct 2007, p.1 Michael Loos, Extension Educator/Horticulture/NRD
       
Fruit      
  Beautiful Black Raspberries Jul/Aug 2011, pp. 1, Denise Ellsworth, Horticulture Educator, Western Reserve Extension
  New Fruit and Vegetable Varieties for 2013 Mar/Apr 2013, pp. 8-9 Jacqueline Kowalski, OSUE Hort. and Nat. Resources Educator
       
Garden Planning, Design & Maintenance      
  Agrihoods: Suburbia goes back to the farm May/Jun 2014, p.10 The Week magazine
  Agriculture Safety and Health - Summer Stress Jul/Aug 2015, p.11 Andy Bauer, OH AgrAbility Education Program Coordinator
  Attracting Butterflies and Pollinators to the Home Garden Jul/Aug 2009, p.2 Kathy Habib MG '05
  Creative Gardening at Ben Franklin Sep/Oct 2012, pp. 15-16 Pat Mraz MG '07
  A Day of Ideas at Mixed Border Seminar May/Jun 2001, pp.9,11 Lois Rose MG '98
  Design 101 with Jack Kerrigan Jan/Feb 2004, p.8 Kathryn Jaksic MG '03
  Designing the Mixed Border from Lynn LaPointe Weise seminar Nov/Dec 2003, p.12 Sue McGinty MG '98
  Garden Guide - August/September Jul/Aug 2006, p. 5 Sue Gatchel MG '04
  Garden Guide - June/July May/Jun 2006, p.9 Sue Gatchel MG '04
  How to Have a Perfect Border (CBG Symposium) May/Jun 2000, pp.12,15 Gloria Ervin MG '96
  May the Lines of Force be with You - Critiquing a Landscape with Jack Kerrigan Sep/Oct 2000, p.4 Heather Burdette MG '00
  A Place for a Garden Sep/Oct 2008, p.1 Michael Loos, Extension Educator/Horticulture/NRD
  Putting the Garden to Bed: Fall Gardening Chores Sep/Oct 2009, pp. 6-7 Denise Ellsworth, Horticulture Educator, Western Reserve Extension
  Rain Gardening May/Jun 2011, p.12 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Sculpture and Gardening Meet and Become Friends Jan/Feb 2015, pp. 9-11 Susan Strauss MG '14
  Support Your Local Bees May/Jun 2012, p. 5 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Sustainable Landscaping: Easier on your back, your wallet and the environment Sep/Oct 2015, pp. 6-7 Sandy Welches, editor MG '05
  Waking Up Your Garden Mar/Apr 2003, p.13 Patricia Dolak MG '01
  Winter Garden Tips Nov/Dec 2011, p. 15 Sandy Welches MG '05
       
Gardens and Arboretums      
  A.J. Lewis Environmental Center Sep/Oct 2009, p.4 Nancy Whisler MG '06
  An Autumn Visit to Holden Arboretum Nov/Dec 2008, pp.1,6 Pat Koch MG '08
  Ben Franklin's Proud History Nov/Dec 2011, p. 7 Betty Killeen MG '96
  Cat Shrubs in English Parks Jan/Feb 2017, pp.2-4 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Chelsea Flower Show - 2011: The Greatest Show on Earth Jul/Aug 2011, pp. 6-7 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Chicago Garden Tour 2009 Sep/Oct 2009, p.3 Katherine Geralds MG '06
  Conservation, Sustainability, and Education - Quail Botanical Gardens of Encinitas, CA Jul/Aug 2008, p.6 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Cornwall: The British Riviera Jul/Aug 2016, pp. 4-6 Sandy Welches MG "05
  Dunes, Birds & Plants in Mentor Marsh Nov/Dec 2001, p.11 Lois Rose MG '98
  Emily Dickenson: Master Gardener Mar/Apr 2017, pp.9-10 Kathleen Quinn MG '17
  From the National Park Service: "Best Desert Bloom in a Decade May/Jun 2016, pp. 5-7  
  Gardens Across Ohio Nov/Dec 2015, pp. 12-13 Kathy Habib '05
  Gardens and Glass: An Afternoon at Pittsburgh’s Phipps Conservatory Nov/Dec 2007, p.4 Sandy Welches MG '05
  The Gardens of Pompei May/Jun 2017, pp. 5-6 Kathleen Quinn MG '16
  Gardens of Roses of Romance & Legend OARDC, Wooster, OH Jul/Aug 2002, p. 5 Vivian Soltes MG '96
  The Gardens of the Cloisters Sep/Oct 2012, pp.10-11 Sandy Welches MG '05
  George Jones Farm and Nature Preserve Sep/Oct 2009, p.4 Nancy Whisler MG '06
  A Gorilla Ate My Lettuce Jan/Feb 2014, pp.6-7 Pat Smith MG '12
  Joshua Tree National Park May/Jun 2017, pp. 1-2 Elizabeth Roche ANR Educator, OSUE, Cuyahoga County
  Kingwood Gardens - England in Mansfield Nov/Dec 2002, p10 Sarah Croley MG '96
  Lake View Cemetery Jul/Aug 2009, pp.12-13 Pat Mraz MG '07
  Lake View Cemetery Jul/Aug 2012, pp. 7, 9 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Lake View Cemetery: A Four-Season Treat Mar/Apr 2016, pp. 12-13 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Lake View Cemetery in Bloom May/Jun 2016, pp. 8  
  Lake View Cemetery in Bloom Jul/Aug 2016, p. 10  
  A Last Look at the 2012 Ben Franklin Perennial Garden Nov/Dec 2012,pp 3,6,15-16 Pat Mraz MG '07
  Our Nation’s Greenhouse: The Mall, Washington, D.C. Jan/Feb 2008, p.7 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Rain Gardens Mar/Apr 2012, pp.9, 13 Walter Genutis MG '12
  Stan Hywet Continues to Impress Sep/Oct 2000, p.8 Bob Heidelman MG '00
  Take a Walk on the "High Line" - A One-of-a-Kind Urban Park Nov/Dec 2012. pp. 8-9 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Veggies, Anyone ??!! Visit to the Culinary Vegetable Institute and “Veggie U” Nov/Dec 2005, p.8 Pat Sturges
  Victorian Times at Schoepfle Gardens Sep/Oct 2000, p.6 Sue McGinty MG '98
  Villandry: Beautiful Chateau, Fantastic Garden Jan/Feb 2017, pp. 5-7 Susan Strauss MG '14
  The White House Gardens Jul/Aug 2014, pp. 6-7, 11 Greg & Karen Cada MGs '06
  Willott Iris Garden Mar/Apr 2009, p.9 Hank Doll MG '03
  A Visit to Kykuit - Home of John D. Rockefeller, Pocantico Hills, New York Jul/Aug 2010, pp.8-9 Theresa Kowalski MG '09
  Where Cornwall Comes to an End in Wild Beauty and Antiquity Nov/Dec 2016, pp. 2-3 Sandy Welches '05
  White House Adds Pollinator Garden to Kitchen Garden May/Jun 2014, pp. 1,3 Jacqueline Kowalski, OSUE Hort. and Nat. Resources Educator
  Youngstown Garden Tour Sep/Oct 2012, pp.7-8 Jo de Haseth, Ning Tsu Kuo, MGs '10
       
Herbs      
  2008 Herb of the Year: Calendula Mar/Apr 2008, p.3 Kathy Habib MG '05
  2009 Herb of the Year: Bay Laurel Mar/Apr 2009, p.5 Kathy Habib MG '05
  2010 Herb of the Year: Dill May/Jun 2010, p.3 Kathy Habib MG '05
  2011 Herb of the Year: Horseradish Nov/Dec 2010, p.6 International Herb Association
  2012 Herb of the Year: The Rose Mar/Apr 2012, p. 6 Susan Hildebrandt MG '12
  2013 Herb of the Year: Elderberry Jan/Feb 2013, p. 5 USDA Plant Guide
  2014 Herb of the Year - Artemesia Mar/Apr 2014, pp. 6-7, 9 Kathy Habit MG '05
  2016 Herb of the Year - Hot Pepper (Capsaicin ssp) Jan/Feb 2016, pp. 9-10 Kathleen Szabo MG '93
  Artemesias May/Jun 2009, pp.3-4 Kathy Habib MG '05
  Catmint: Goodbye Floppy May/Jun 2014, p. 10  
  Cilantro ~ Love It or Hate It Jan/Feb 2017, p. 8-9 Kathleen Szabo MG '93
  Cooking with Culinary Herbs May/Jun 2009, p.8 Terry Foster MG '03
  Heavenly Heat: Horseradish Mar/Apr 2014, p. 8 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Mountain Mint (Pycnanthemum)
2016 Notable Native of The Herb Society of America
May/Jun 2016, pp. 2-3 Kathleen Szabo MG '93
  Scented Geraniums: 2006 Herb of the Year Mar/Apr 2006, p.6 Kathy Habib MG '05
  What is an Herb? Mar/Apr 2003, p.10 Heather Burdette MG '00
       
Horticultural Science      
  Be Good to Your Soil, Plant a Cover Crop Sep/Oct 2012, p.6 Jacqueline Kowalski, OSUE Hort. and Nat. Resources Educator
  Big Boost for Beneficial Bees and Bugs in Agriculture May/Jun 2010, pp.14-15 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Birds: Cameras that watch them feed, nest or drink Mar/Apr 2015, p. 3 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Butterfly Gardening Jul/Aug 2014, p. 10 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Butterfly Notes Nov/Dec 2013, p. 6 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Can Plants Predict the Weather? Jul/Aug 2008, pp.5-6 Pat Mraz MG '07
  Can Shiny Plants Save Us from Global Warming Mar/Apr 2009, p.11 Pat Mraz MG '07
  Clocking the Seasons: Using Plant Phenology to Predict Insect Activity May/Jun 1999, pp.9-10 Daniel Herms, Dept of Plant Pathology OARDC
  Cooperative Extension: 100 Years of Horticultural Help Nov/Dec 2014, 5-6 The American Gardener, AHS, Sep/Oct 2014
  Dead for 32,000 Years, an Arctic Plant is Revived Mar/Apr 2012, p. 8 New York Times, February 21, 2012
  Dealing with Reversion May/Jun 2016, p. 4 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Epiphytic Plants Nov/Dec 2009, p. 5

Kathy Habib MG '05

  Fill Feeders Fast May/Jun 2014, p. 12  
  Fireflies Sep/Oct 2013, p. 10 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Honeybees: Prey to a Virus Sep/Oct 2012, p.9 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Hort Tips and News Nov/Dec 2012, p. 7 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Hort Tips and News Jan/Feb 2013, p. 12 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Hort Tips and News Mar/Apr 2013, p. 16 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Hort Tips May/Jun 2013, pp. 14-15 Jack Kerrigan MG Emeritus
  Hort Tips Sep/Oct 2013, p. 12 Pat Koch MG '08
  Hort Tips Mar/Apr 2014, p. 12 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Hort Tips Jul/Aug 2014, p. 12 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Hort Tips Sep/Oct 2014, p. 10 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Hort Tips/News Nov/Dec 2014, pp. 16-17 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Hort Tips Jan/Feb 2015, p. 13 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Hort Tips and News May/Jun 2015, pp. 11 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Hort Tips and News Jul/Aug 2015, pp. 11 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Hort Tips and News Sep/Oct 2015, p. 11 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Hort Tips Nov/Dec 2015, p. 14 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Hort Tips and News Jan/Feb 2016, p. 12 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Hort Tips and News Jul/Aug 2016, p. 9 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Hort Tips and News Sep/Oct 2016, pp. 11-12 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Hort News and Tips
Mar/Apr 2017, p.11 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Increasing Your Garden Knowledge with Your Computer, Mobile Phone or Tablet Mar/Apr 2017, pp.5-6 Sue Strauss MG '14
  Insect and Disease Resistant Plants Sep/Oct 2010, pp1,7 Denise Ellsworth, OSUE Agricultural and Natural Resources Educator
  Lichens in North America Sep/Oct 2016, pp. 1-2 Lois Rose MG '98
  Mycorrhizal Fungi-A Root’s Best Friend Mar/Apr 2008, p.5 Ruth Rayle MG '00
  The Mysterious Monarch Migration Mar/Apr 2015, p. 5 Susan Hildebrandt MG'11
  Native Bees Sep/Oct 2015, pp. 8-9 Sandy Welches MG '05
  One for the Record Books - A Brief Summary of the 2012 Gardening Season Nov/Dec 2012, p. 6 Jacqueline Kowalski, OSUE Hort. and Nat. Resources Educator
  The People Behind the Plants Jan/Feb 2015, pp. 7-8 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Plant - Insect Communication Jan/Feb 2002, p.10 Adolph Jensen MG '87
  Pollen Danger to Bumblebees Mar/Apr 2015, p. 9 Sandy Welches MG '05
  A Rare Relationship Between Pollinator and Petal Sep/Oct 2012, p.13 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Roses Smell Different in Space Mar/Apr 2003, p.12 From a NASA publication
  Save the Mighty Monarch: Plant Milkweed May/Jun 2014, pp. 6-7 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Spring Keeps Coming Earlier for Birds, Bees, Trees! May/Jun 2010, pp.1, 5 Pat Mraz MG '07
  Strange Days Indeed ... Mar/Apr 2012, p. 5 Jacqueline Kowalski, OSUE Hort. and Nat. Resources Educator
  Summer Sun Exposure Fallacies and Facts May/Jun 2015, p.10 Greg Cada MG '06
  Tim Malinich: Still our venerable teacher - but from afar Jul/Aug 2016, pp. 7-8 Sandy Welches '05
  Tips of Growing in Low Tunnels Sep/Oct 2013, pp. 11, 14 Sandy Welches MG '05
  To Deadhead or Not to Deadhead Jul/Aug 2010, pp.10-11, 13 Pat Mraz MG '07
  Water Quality of Lake Erie is important to Us All Mar/Apr 2015, p. 1-2 Jacqueline Kowalski, OSUE Hort. and Nat. Resources Educator
  What is the Largest Living Organism on Earth? Sep/Oct 2010, p. 5 Pat Mraz MG '07
  Where Have All Our Bees Gone? Nov/Dec 2013, pp. 4-5 Pat Koch MG '08
       
Indoor Plants      
  Christmas Amaryllis: "The Misnamed Plant" Nov/Dec 2011, pp. 8-9 Jacqueline Kowalski, Extension Educator
  Hoyas Jul/Aug 2009, p.6 Kathy Habib MG '05
  Indoor Pollution: Houseplants to the Rescue Jan/Feb 2011, p.8 Clemson Univ. Coop. Ext.
  Let There Be Light Nov/Dec 2016, p. 4 Terry Foster MG '03
  Winter Care for Orchids Jan/Feb 2012, p. 12 excerpts from The Garden, The Royal Horticulture Society journal
       
Lawn/Turf      
  Time with Tim - Back to Basics Jul/Aug 2005, pp. 1-2 Tim Malinich, Extension Educator/Horticulture/NRD
       
Mulching      
  Now is the Time for all Good Gardeners to get Outside May/Jun 2008, p.1 Michael Loos, Extension Educator/Horticulture/NRD
  Winter Mulching Nov/Dec 2009, p.1 Sandy Welches MG '05
       
Nutrition, Preserving & Recipes      
  Cooking with Culinary Herbs May/Jun 2009, p.8 Terry Foster MG '03
  Did You Know ..... (Produce Codes) Nov/Dec 2009, p. 3 Pat Mraz MG '07
  Fun with Vodka and Rum May/Jun 2014, pp. 11-12 Rita Robinson MG '07
  More On Functional Foods Sep/Oct 2008, p.4 Marisa Warrix, Extension Educator, Family and Consumer Sciences
  Plan Now to Preserve Your Harvest Mar/Apr 2000, pp.6-7 Marisa Warrix, Extension Educator, Family and Consumer Sciences
  Recipe for Herb Syrup Jul/Aug 2009, p.8 Sally Wiess MG '95
  Seasoned Pretzels   Barb Rauckhorst MG '09
  SOUP a way of life - Quibebe: winter squash soup Mar/Apr 2010, p. 9 Pat Koch MG '08
  Sweet Roasted Red Pepper Hummus Sep/Oct 2000, p.10 Marisa Warrix, Extension Educator, Family and Consumer Sciences
  Winter's Last Stand or Not! And Comfort Recipes Mar/Apr 2009, p.14 Mary Jo Minello MG '08
       
Perennials      
  Perennial Plants of the Year: 1991-2010 Nov/Dec 2011, p.8 Perennial Plant Association
  2009 Perennial Plant of the Year Mar/Apr 2009, p.9 Pat Koch MG '08
  2010 Perennial Plant of the Year: Baptisia australis Mar/Apr 2010, p. 7 Pat Koch MG '08
  2011 Perennial Plant of the Year: Amsonia hubrichtii Nov/Dec 2011, pp.7-8 Perennial Plant Association
  2012 Perennial Plant of the Year: Brunnera m. 'Jack Frost' Jan/Feb 2012, p. 7 Perennial Plant Association
  2013 Perennial Plant of the Year: Polygonatum odoratum 'Variegatum' Jan/Feb 2013, p. 7 Perennial Plant Association
  2014 Perennial Plant of the Year: ‘Northwind’ Switchgrass (Panicum virgatum) May/Jun 2014, p. 8 Perennial Plant Association
  2015 Perennial Plant of the Year: Geranium x cantabrigiense ‘Biokovo’ Jan/Feb 2016, p. 11 Sandy Welches MG '05
  2016 Perennial Plant of the Year: Japanese anemone (Anemone × hybrida 'Honorine Jobert') Mar/Apr 2016, pp. 6-7 Sandy Welches MG '05
  2017 Perennial Plant of the Year: Asclepias tuberosa-Butterfly Weed Mar/Apr 2017, p.4 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Bringing on Buddleia Mar/Apr 2013, pp. 10-12 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Buying Bare Root Perennials Mar/Apr 2013, p. 13 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Clematis: "Mrs. Robert Brydon" Nov/Dec 2012, pp. 12-13 Richard Huff MG '90
  Chamaecyparis, The Genus: The False Cypress Sep/Oct 2013, pp. 2, 6 - 9 Bill Hendricks, Klynn Nursery
  Coming Soon....Lenten Rose (Helleborus) Mar/Apr 2014, pp. 4, 10 Jacqueline Kowalski, OSUE Hort. and Nat. Resources Educator
  Dahlias--The Weed from Mexico May/Jun 2015, p.4 Dale Ann Guidroz MG '15
  The Easter Lily Mar/Apr 2015, p. 6 Dale Ann Guidroz MG '14
  Fall is for Foliage Sep/Oct 2014, pp. 6 - 8 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Garden Club of America's Plant of the Year - 2016 May/Jun 2016, pp. 9 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Garden Gate's Perennial Picks from A Pro: A Gallery of Pictures Mar/Apr 2014, p. 11 Garden Gate
  Growing Dahlias May/Jun 2013, pp. 16-17 Jack Kerrigan MG Emeritus
  Helleborus Sep/Oct 2009, p.5 Kathy Habib MG '05
  Hort Tips: Caring for Spring Bulbs Mar/Apr 2015, p. 7-8 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Looking for an Easy to Grow Clematis Mar/Apr 2008, p.10 J. Richard Huff MG '90
  A Lot to Like in Lenten Rose Mar/Apr 2003, p.12 Dottie Dunlap MG '94
  New Hostas for 2015 Jul/Aug 2015, pp. 5-6 Sandy Welches MG '05
  New Plants for 2012 Mar/Apr 2012, p. 1 Sandy Welches MG '05
  New Plants for 2012 Jul/Aug 2012, pp. 11-15 Sandy Welches MG '05
  News from Ben - A Companion for Autumn Joy May/Jun 2000, p.5 Mary Thompson MG'93
  Ornamental Grasses (Advanced training by Lee Ann Sepsi MG'95) Mar/Apr 2003, p.8 Jane Bobula MG '96
  Perennial Favorites from Ben Franklin Jan/Feb 1999, pp.5-7 Various MGs
  Perennials-No Fuss, Just High Impact May/Jun 2009, p.5 Pat Koch MG '08
  Plant a Rose This Year. You'll be Glad You Did! May/Jun 2010, p. 9 Pat Koch MG '08
  Planting Bulbs A-Plenty Nov/Dec 2013, pp. 7-8 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Plants We Love--2015's New Varieties May/Jun 2015, p. 7-9 Horticulture Magazine, 11-12/2014
  Rhododendrons Galore! Jul/Aug 2011, p. 9 Deborah Osgood MG '10
  Scented Pelargoniums: Something for Everyone Mar/Apr 2016, pp. 8-9 Kathleen Szabo MG '93
  The Rose Sep/Oct 2016, pp. 7-8 Kathleen Szabo MG '93
       
Pest Management      
  Aphid Control: Ladybugs (and more) to the Rescue Jan/Feb 2004, p.9 Terry Foster MG '03
  The Asian Longhorned Beetle May/Jun 2013, pp. 6-10 Pat Koch MG '08
  Attacking Houseplant Insects Jan/Feb 2011, pp.6-7 Clemson Univ. Coop. Ext.
  Beneficial Insect Profile - Lacewings Sep/Oct 2016, pp. 9-10 Katherine Geralds MG '06
  A Bunny Tale Sep/Oct 2016, p. Sandy Jones MG '05
  Cherry Harvesting in Wisconsin Orchards Sep/Oct 2011, pp. 1, 8-9 Denise Ellsworth, Horticulture Educator, Western Reserve Extension
  Deer, the Gardener's Betes Noirs Jan/Feb 2002, p.6 Sue Ruflin MG '98
  The Good, The Bad and the Hungry: Dealing with Wildlife Conflict Nov/Dec 2015,pp. 9-11 Marne Titchenell, OSU Extension Specialist
  Hello & Happy Summer to all MGs - Spinosad Jul/Aug 2008, p.1 Michael Loos, Extension Educator/Horticulture/NRD
  Hello to All the MG’s! Two Spotted Spidermite Mar/Apr 2008, pp.1-2 Michael Loos, Extension Educator/Horticulture/NRD
  Insect and Mite Control on Woody Ornamentals and Herbaceous Perennials Jul/Aug 2010, pp.7, 10 OSU Extension Bulletin 504
  Insecticide Cancellation Update Nov/Dec 2001, p.13 OSU Pesticide Educatio Program
  IPM Strategies: Introduction to Integrated Pest Mgmt., Pt. 1 Seo/Oct 2011, pp. 6-7 University of Connecticut Extension
  IPM Strategies: Introduction to Integrated Pest Mgmt., Pt. 2 Nov/Dec 2011, pp. 10-11 University of Connecticut Extension
  Keeping Up With the Resistance Jan/Feb 2015, pp. 4-6 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Our Asian Lady Beetle Shelter Jan/Feb 2008, p.5 Nancy Brewer MG '86
  Perennial Grains - An Agricultural Revolution
WORLD HISTORY-From a grain’s perspective
May/Jun 2011, pp.8, 10-11 Pat Mraz MG 07
  Stored Food Can Feed Pests Jan/Feb 2011, p.1 Tim Malinich, Extension Educator/Horticulture/NRD
  Time with Tim - Boring into Ohio (Emerald Ash Borer) Mar/Apr 2004, pp.1, 3 Tim Malinich, Extension Educator/Horticulture/NRD
  Time with Tim - Movie Fodder in the Home (Spiders & Wasps) Sep/Oct 2004, pp.1,3 Tim Malinich, Extension Educator/Horticulture/NRD
  Time with Tim - Pest Control Primer Jul/Aug 2003, pp.1-2 Tim Malinich, Extension Educator/Horticulture/NRD
  Time with Tim - Reality What a Concept (Nematodes) Sep/Oct 2003, pp.1,3 Tim Malinich, Extension Educator/Horticulture/NRD
  Time with Tim - Singing the Pesticide Label Blues Mar/Apr 2003, pp.1-2 Tim Malinich, Extension Educator/Horticulture/NRD
  Time with Tim - Stored Product Pests Mar/Apr 2006, pp.1-2 Tim Malinich, Extension Educator/Horticulture/NRD
  Two New Arrivals to Cuyahoga County Jan/Feb 2012, pp. 6,13 Jacqueline Kowalski, OSUE Hort. and Nat. Resources Educator
  U.S. Braces for a New Tomato Pest Jan/Feb 2016, p. 7 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Weird Queries: Why do some people attract biting bugs more than others? Sep/Oct 2000, p.12 Ray Balester MG '87
  Wicked Butterflies & Sinful Caterpillars May/Jun 2001, pp.12-13 Talana Mei Corson MG '96
  Why Minimize Pesticide Use? Jan/Feb 2012, pp. 10-11 University of Connecticut Extension
       

Propagation
     
  2,000-Year-Old Seed Germinates Jan/Feb 2010, p. 8 Pat Mraz MG '07
  Casa Verde Growers Tour May/Jun 2012, pp. 6, 9 Gaynel Mellino MG '10
  Early Crops and How to Get Them Mar/Apr 2000, pp.6-7 Jean Andorka MG '99
  Having Success with Seeds Mar/Apr 2006, p.8 George Caruso MG '06
  Seed Germination with Gibberellic Acid Jan/Feb 2008, pp.1-2 Michael Loos, Extension Educator/Horticulture/NRD
  Seeds & How to Start Them Jan/Feb 2000, p.7 Jean Andorka MG '99
  Seeds in Coffee Filters May/Jun 2008, p.6 Nan Kennedy MG '06
  Starting Seeds Indoors Mar/Apr 2006, p.9 Peggy Miller MG '04
  Starting Seeds Off on the Right Foot Mar/Apr 2009, p.1 Michael Loos, Extension Educator/Horticulture/NRD
  Why and How do we Breed New Plants? Jul/Aug 2003, pp.8-9 Adapted from News for the Green Industry
       
Pruning      
  Pruning in Late Autumn or Early Winter May/Jun 2001, p.7 Anna Welker MG '90
  To Prune or Not to Prune? That is the Question. Late Winter Pruning Mar/Apr 2009, p.12 Pat Koch MG '08
       
Tools      
  It's Tool Time (Randy Zondag & Alan Siewart) Mar/Apr 2003, pp.9-10 Katie Harbage MG '00
  Recycle Plastic Plant Containers and Trays May/Jun 2016, pp. 10 adapted from Matthew Hrubey
       
Trees & Shrubs      
  Acorns Keep Falling On My Head Nov/Dec 2007, p.3 Nancy Brewer MG '86
  Aesculus pavia - A Buckeye with a Difference Mar/Apr 2000, p.5 Joe Franko MG '98
  All Season Wonder Alicarpus dichotoma 'Purple Beautyberry' Jan/Feb 2010, p. 7 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Buckeyes? Mar/Apr 2010, p. 8 Pat Mraz MG '07
  Hello to all Master Gardeners - Ginkgo biloba Jan/Feb 2009, p.1 Michael Loos, Extension Educator/Horticulture/NRD
  Holden in August - Plenty of Stress to Diagnose (Randy Zondag diagnostic tour) Nov/Dec 2001, p.10 Sherry Dennis MG '01
  How to Look at Trees (Lecture by Sue Gold MG '90) Jul/Aug 2002, p.3 Lynn Pistell MG '99
  Itoh Peonies May/Jun 2012, p. 7 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Komo-maki (or why is that tree wearing a straw mat?)! May/Jun 2013, pp. 11-12 Lynn Sniderman MG '12
  Newly Planted Trees: Strategies for Survival Mar/Apr 2009, pp.7-8 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Ornamental Trees in the Landscape Mar/Apr ;2012, pp.11-12 Gaynel Mellino MG '10
  Pines and Evergreens Make for Wonderful Memories Nov/Dec 2014, pp. 10-12 Pat Smith MG '12
  "Plant it Right" Trees & Shrubs May/Jun 2000, p.16 Excerpts from flyer by Debra Jaroz MG '99
  Rhododendrons and More at Holden (Randy Zondag diagnostic tour) Jul/Aug 2002, p.4 Sherry Dennis MG '01
  Time with Tim - Winter Troubles Nov/Dec 2004, pp.1-2 Tim Malinich, Extension Educator/Horticulture/NRD
  Trees: Our Invaluable Friends May/Jun 2012, p. 8 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Trees & Shrubs for a Four-Season Garden Nov/Dec 2009, pp. 4-5 Denise Ellsworth, Horticulture Educator, Western Reserve Extension
  Witch Hazel Mar/Apr 2008, p.6 Alyce McTernan MG '97
  Witches' Brooms on Trees Jan/Feb 2008, p.6 Pat Mraz MG '07
  World's Oldest Living Tree - 9550 Years Old Sep/Oct 2009, p.9 Pat Mraz MG '07
       
Vegetables      
  2017 Is the Year of the Brassica! May/Jun 2017, p. 4 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Advice from Ben Franklin - Succession Planting & Extending the Season Mar/Apr 2000, p.2 Susan Shapiro MG '91
  Beyond the Boring: Vegetables for the Adventurous Gardener Jul/Aug 2009, pp.3-5 Denise Ellsworth, Horticulture Educator, Western Reserve Extension
  Early Crops and How to Get Them Mar/Apr 2000, pp.6-7 Jean Andorka MG '99
  Fall is the Time to Plant Garlic Sep/Oct 2013, pp, 11, 14 Jacqueline Kowalski, OSUE Hort. and Nat. Resources Educator
  Growing Vegetables in Containers Jul/Aug 2010, pp. 5, 13 Pat Koch MG '08
  The Hallowed Tomato: Fruit or Vegetable Sep/Oct 2009, p. 8 Denise Ellsworth, Horticulture Educator, Western Reserve Extension
  High Tunnels Invade Cleveland! May/Jun 2013, pp. 1, 3 Jacqueline Kowalski, OSUE Hort. and Nat. Resources Educator
  Is It Worth the Money to Grow Grafted Vegetables? Nov/Dec 2014, pp. 13-14 Jo Ann Pallant MG '07
  Making the Most of the Harvest - Peppers Sep/Oct 2000, p.10 Marisa Warrix, Extension Educator, Family and Consumer Sciences
  New Fruit and Vegetable Varieties for 2013 Mar/Apr 2013, pp. 8-9 Jacqueline Kowalski, OSUE Hort. and Nat. Resources Educator
  Now That’s A Mighty Garden! May/Jun 2013, pp. 5, 9 Pat Smith MG '12
  Our Love Affair With the Cabbage Family, the Brassiceae's Jan/Feb 2014, pp.8-9 Sandy Welches MG '05
  Plan Now to Preserve Your Harvest Mar/Apr 2000, pp.6-7 Marisa Warrix, Extension Educator, Family and Consumer Sciences
  Spooky Pumpkins for Halloween Nov/Dec 2016, pp. 1 Elizabeth Roche, OSUE ANR Educator
  Sweeter the Second Time: Fall Vegetables Jul/Aug 1999, pp.10-11 Diane Relf Extension Specialist Univ of Virginia
  Tricks of the Trade - Overwintering Vegetables Nov/Dec 2001, p.8 Gerry Gross MG '90
  Try a Tuber Mar/Apr 2016, pp. 10-11 Susan Strauss MG '14
       
Water Gardening      
  Making a Water Garden May/Jun 2000, p.9 Sarah Croley MG '96
  Water Gardening: Another Element May/Jun 2001, p.10 Celeste Perry MG '98
       
Weeds      
  Anna's Weeds - Violet (Viola papilionacea) May/Jun 2005, p.3 Anna Welker MG '90
  Anna's Weeds - Dodder Sep/Oct 2005, p.6 Anna Welker MG '90
  Anna's Weeds - Fall Cleanup Jan/Feb 2004, p.10 Anna Welker MG '90
  Anna's Weeds - Field Horsetail Nov/Dec 2002, p.6 Anna Welker MG '90
  Anna's Weeds - The 1st Ohio Weed Manual Jul/Aug 2002, p.7 Anna Welker MG '90
  Anna's Weeds - Garlic Sep/Oct 2004, p.5 Anna Welker MG '90
  Anna's Weeds - Keeping Control Mar/Apr 2004, p.9 Anna Welker MG '90
  Anna's Weeds - Lambsquarters Mar/Apr 2003, p.5 Anna Welker MG '90
  Anna's Weeds - Achillea millefolium (Yarrow) Jan/Feb 2002, p.5 Anna Welker MG '90
  Common Weeds: Dandelion Sep/Oct 1999, p.6 Anna Welker MG '90
  Invasive Plant Species - What Are We to Do? Mar/Apr 2011, pp.5, 11-12 Pat Koch MG '08
  Weeds and I - Purslane Sep/Oct 2000, pp.8-9 Anna Welker MG '90
  Weeds and I - Why Weed Control in a Flower Garden Jan/Feb 2000, p.8 Anna Welker MG '90
  Weeds that Winter Over Jul/Aug 2000, p.12 Anna Welker MG '90
  Weird Queries: When is a Weed? Nov/Dec 2001, p.12 Roy Balester MG '87
  What Are the Facts About Crabgrass? Jan/Feb 2014, p.12 Susan Cowling Lake MG
  Working with Weeds Jul/Aug 2014, pp. 13-14 info from The Garden, April 2014
       
       
       




 

 


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