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Xeria e-Zine
November 01, 2021

I've had a sad couple of weeks. Watching your old dog get sicker and show more pain every day is so awful. Finally, I was forced to let him go - after 15 years of being my steadfast companion. He helped me garden up until a few years ago when we both got past it, and watched out for bears, chipmunks, squirrels and deer coming too close. RIP dear Bracken.


I've spent many peaceful hours building crafts and planting them with hardy succulents like Sedum and Sempervivum. They are not long lived, but they sure are effective while they last.


If you have plants like Echeveria and Kalanchoe, but you're not confident that they'll survive your winter conditions, bring them indoors - Get the e-book that tells you in detail how to bring them in for the winter;
Garden pests of all kinds can take the joy out of gardening. Here are some ways to protect your garden, without killing every single critter, or poisoning the earth.
I hope you've enjoyed this issue of Xeria e-Zine! Any questions or suggestions are welcome.

Happy Gardening,

Jacki Cammidge, Certified Horticulturist, Webmaster and Artisan

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