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Kim Eierman

Kim Eierman

Founder of EcoBeneficial!

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Invasive Vines

Gardening Tips for April 1

Here are some helpful gardening tips for April 1:

–       Increase your lawn.

–       Plant more invasive exotic plants.

–       Plant in monocultures.

–       Use more pesticides, herbicides and fungicides.

–       Put the wrong plant in the wrong place.

–       Ignore the above and download:

“Top 20 Ways to Create an EcoBeneficial Landscape”
https://www.ecobeneficial.com/top-20-tips

Happy April Fool’s Day!  from Kim Eierman at EcoBeneficial!

Photo: A gardener’s worst nightmare
Photo credit: USDA

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