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Local gardening hacks help green St. Louis region

May 26, 2015
One demonstration garden at the Missouri Botanical Garden gives city-dwellers inspiration for plants that do well in small lots.
Stephanie Lecci | St. Louis Public Radio

Whether your garden needs a little TLC or needs to be planted in the first place, the St. Louis area has some unique gardening hacks to help even the brownest thumb among us.

With resources like the following at the tips of your gardening gloves, St. Louis makes it easy to get your garden on.

What to plant

Each month Gateway Greening community gardeners gather at the Schlafly Tap Room for Pints 'n' Plants, where guest speakers share their gardening expertise. The latest was from Small Farm Specialist Miranda Duschack, of Lincoln University Cooperative Extension, who shared her knowledge about Integrated Pest Management.

This article first appeared in the St. Louis Beacon: June 5, 2008 - KINLOCH - Many of the "Garden Boys" had their crops in the ground when "no trespassing" signs went up. Those signs said who the neighboring developers are, but it wasn't clear to the gardeners who owned the land and whether the garden could stay.