Gardening Experts Share Tips As Fresh Maple Syrup Season Nears
We have reached the middle of February, which means we are just about at the beginning of that delicious period when the sap used for maple syrup begins to seep out of maple trees.
So, what does that mean for fans of the sweet stuff?
In Cincinnati Edition's monthly gardening show, we'll have our experts explain where to go and what to do in order to get your hands, or pancakes, sticky.
We'll also take calls for the full hour so our experts can answers all your questions about plants, flowers, landscaping, trees and whatever else is on your mind as it relates to nature and your plans for the growing season.
Call us starting at noon at 513-419-7100.
Joining Cincinnati Edition are Campbell County Extension Office Extension Agent - Horticulture Sarah Stolz, Turner Farm Community Garden Manager Joshua Jones, Madison Tree Care & Landscaping, Inc. Vice President Jon Butcher, and Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden Manager of Botanical Garden Outreach Scott Beuerlein.
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