Gardening

Planting & Caring For Citrus Trees in Mississippi

There aren’t many citrus trees that can be grown in Mississippi, but according to Gary Bachman, an extension and research professor of horticulture at Mississippi State University and host of Southern Gardening Radio and Television, there are three types that do quite well in Northeast Mississippi’s climate: Satsuma oranges, kumquats and Meyer lemons.

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The Earth Lady

Margaret Gratz is the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal’s “Earth Lady” columnist, Mississippi Magazine’s Garden Editor, a four-time author, a watercolor illustrator, nature photographer and Master Gardener. Above all, she is a nature-lover and a wellspring of knowledge on North Mississippi’s birds, butterflies and wildflowers.

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The Perfect Birdhouse

Just like the birds that inhabit them, birdhouses come in all shapes, sizes and colors.

In order to attract the right birds, you need to have the right birdhouse.

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