Cutting Kernel Clutter

We have several bird lovers among our clients who enjoy watching the many birds as they migrate through and start new families each spring.  Enticing these fine feathered friends comes with its own mess both from the birds dropping and the squirrels trying to get their easy meal. Every year we get questions regarding prevention of the mess in the …

Ibuprophen, Tylenol and Echinacea

I know that people say Echinacea is good for a cold, but is it really?  Scientists called Ethno-botanists are researching more into Echinacea and other native plants in Nebraska and across America.  Ehtno-botanists, you say?  Yes, I promise, I’m not making up words.  Ethno-botany is “the scientific study of the traditional knowledge and customs of a people concerning plants and …

Blooming Buds in Winter Woes

Winter can feel like it drowns on, particularly when snow is scarce and temperatures are below freezing. Its at this time that those of us that garden or enjoy a good plant get a little anxious for spring. To help alleviate the stir crazy feelings you can do a few things to bring spring indoors. You can force bulbs or …


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