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November 18, 2014

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  1. Tiffany says:

    Can you send me a copy of the pollinators list, please? Thank you!

  2. Tiffany, when you complete the subscribe process via the form at the end of this post (just above), you will be given a download link to the Pollinator info sheet.

  3. Marki Brown says:

    love you

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  6. Pat says:

    Already a subscriber and would like the Pollinator Favorite Things handout please.

  7. Pat, check your latest newsletter for the link to download it. It’s in there!

  8. I don’t recall receiving the Pollinator’s Favorites information when I signed up months ago. Would you kindly send me this information (again?) please? Thank you!

  9. Charlene, Your latest newsletter has the link!

  10. Cheryl says:

    I subscribed and I can’t get the free Pollinator Favorite Things newsletter. I have clicked the link a number of times and nothing happens.
    Thank you

  11. Cheryl, We’ll get in touch with you via email to see if we can help.

  12. Clairissa Lang says:

    I have a Red Sugar Maple I believe, I was trimming of some low hanging branches after a large wind storm. The tree began “crying” a clear liquid. What is this liquid and why is it pouring out of the tree?

  13. Clarissa,

    Thanks for writing in. Sounds like you “tapped” your maple. You can learn more about weeping after pruning in this article: https://gardenmentors.com/garden-help/gardening-guidelines/i-pruned-my-tree-in-spring-now-its-leaking/

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