Bedner's Farm & Greenhouse
  • Bedner’s Gives Back: Frank Sarris Public Library

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  • Protecting Our Pollinators

    Every garden requires pollinators, and bees are among the finest. Without them there would be limited flowers and far fewer fruits and vegetables. Did you know that about 30 percent of the food we eat depends on the pollination of bees, including onions, cashews, coffee, carrots, chocolate and vanilla? If...

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  • Making a Terrarium

    Hold onto your gardening hats, folks! Remember terrariums? A new trend revitalizing this old style is now better than ever. Creating a theme for your terrarium is easier too, with the all the miniatures now available. Remember those skinny-necked bottles and what a hassle they were? New container styles make...

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  • Creating a Meditation Space in Your Garden

    Gardening can be a relaxing, therapeutic hobby as you nurture seedlings, encourage growth and bring your harvest to fruition. But if you just want to take a moment to breathe, reflect and center yourself, it isn’t necessary to get out the garden clogs, sharpen your hand tools or get dirt...

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  • Horticulture Careers

    Horticulture is the art, technology, business and science of plants. It is the food we eat, the landscapes we live and play in, the environments we thrive in. It is the business of managing and using what we grow, while maintaining the health of our soil, air, and water, and...

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  • The Healing Power of Plants

    March 15, 2018 Want to shorten the stay in the hospital and heal faster? Research shows plants can help people do that. According to the third of four #PlantsDoThat Inside infographics produced by the National Initiative for Consumer Horticulture (NICH), plants are good for our health. “Patients spend less time in recovery...

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