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Winter Pruning Tips

Winter Pruning Tips

Winter is a fine time to prune many trees, shrubs, perennials, and ornamental grasses. Arguably, it's the best time, as you can more easily see the "bones" of the garden, worry less about damaging smaller, neighboring plants, and it gets you out of the house to do something physical. 

7 Things To Do With Your Tree After Christmas

7 Things To Do With Your Tree After Christmas

The holidays are winding down and despite the desire to keep your beautifully-decorated Christmas tree as a centerpiece in your living room forever, at some point (sob!) it's gotta go.   Here are 7 ways to transform your tree into a critter-feeding-&-sheltering-kid-entertaining-garden-mulching-protecting thing of wonder this year, courtesy of our friends at Horticultural Magazine.

Top 10 Blog Posts of 2017

Top 10 Blog Posts of 2017

There were so many great blog posts on Digging Deeper in 2017 that it was hard to pick our favorites, but here is a selection of 10 posts that were entertaining, informative, and helpful. Enjoy!

The UW Farm: Bringing People Together Around Food & Farming

The UW Farm: Bringing People Together Around Food & Farming

The main site of the UW Farm is tucked away behind the Center for Urban Horticulture, an agrarian oasis in the midst of Husky stadium, U Village and the bustling UW campus. If you walk through, you will find rows and rows of carefully planted vegetables, a growing permaculture section and a student-designed shed and composting area.