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June Gardening Tips and Checklist

To help make your yard and garden the best they can be this year, consider these tips from Utah State University Extension’s Gardeners Almanac. Read More

National Gardening Month is a great time for novices to try their hand at gardening or for experts to branch out. (Michael Miller/Texas A&M AgriLife)
Monarch butterfly. (Photo courtesy of Monarch Butterfly and Pollinators Conservation Fund.)

Gardening for butterflies

Mixed pansies in garden (Photo: iStock - AnjoKanFotografie)
Flowering white lilies (Photo: iStock - Elen11)

K-State expert shares tips to keep Easter lilies blooming

Teppo Lily (Photo: iStock - itasun)

Felines not a purr-fect match for Easter lilies and similar flowers

Salad plantation in a square garden at springtime, and some tomato plantation and flowers. (Photo: iStock - NCAImages)

Companion planting: Positive partnerships that produce more

Zinnias (Michael Miller/Texas A&M AgriLife)
It feels and looks like spring has arrived for much of the state. Gardeners may want to postpone pruning some plants that are already blooming. (Laura McKenzie/Texas A&M AgriLife)