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Evergreen bagworms are a major problem in our landscapes

A short time ago I received an email encouraging me to write about bagworms. I haven’t written about them here and they are quite evident now so I’ll gladly address the subject. There are numerous types of bagworms, but the … Continue reading

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Arborvitae is more than a pretty foundation shrub

I’ve always been a big fan of versatile plants. Arborvitae (Thuja occidentalis) is a common ornamental shrub locally, but that same species is indigenous and grows into a rather large tree in my native Maine. Up there locals call it … Continue reading

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