March 3, 2015
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Last spring, Liberty Lake gardener Jane Bitz used her large coldframe to get warm-season crops like tomatoes and eggplant off to a good start. Special to
March 29, 2009 in Features on Page D3
Inland Northwest gardeners are challenged annually by a short growing season that can include cold, wet springs, freak snowstorms in June and late frosts. Fortunately, there are many techniques we …
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