Gardening in Michigan

April 24, 2012

Whether you are looking to save money, love fresh flavor, or just enjoy working with nature, Michigan is a great place for growing fruit, vegetables, flowers and other landscape plants. Michigan State University Extension's Gardening in Michigan website highlights the resources at MSU for gardeners. Our advice is based on science performed at MSU or other land grant universities. 

The website features gardening resources, tip sheets, advice for those with plant problems, watering tips, and sections on vegetables, fruit, flowers, trees/shrubs, lawns/grass and soil.
 

Tags: community gardening, dickinson, home gardening, iosco, landscaping, lawn & garden, livingston, ogemaw, pest management, turf, water usage, wayne


Related Topic Areas

Dickinson County, Ogemaw County, Wayne County, Livingston County, Community Gardening, Landscaping, Turf, Home Trees & Shrubs, Home Lawns, Lawn & Garden, Integrated Pest Management, Gardening in Michigan, Iosco County

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