Karen Musgrave

Karen Musgrave, CNLP, is a marketing and education specialist at Hicks Nurseries and contributing writer to Long Island Weekly.

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Fall Garden Favorites

Fall is a fantastic time of year. The leaves are changing colors and the temperatures have cooled enough that it actually feels quite nice to spend time outdoors. Take this opportunity to beautify your home...

Summer Flowering Shrubs Add Color To Your Garden

The easiest and most colorful way to decorate your yard for the summer is to add plants. Not only will they rebloom all season long, they’ll come back year after year. Summer flowering shrubs include many...

Gardening Is Good For The Earth

Gardening is good for the earth. Plants are what keep the air clean, our bellies full and the spaces around us looking beautiful. Support the earth by making wiser choices and by incorporating plants indoors...

Grow Into Vegetable Gardening

Spring has arrived and now is the time to begin vegetable gardening. Growing your own produce is a great project for the entire family and it will provide you with fresh, delicious food to enjoy...

Downy Mildew Continues To Plague Long Island Gardens

Cool nights and warm daytime conditions have brought downy mildew back into the spotlight on Long Island. The disease, which affects impatiens walleriana, is spread by air and by the splashing of spores due to...

Spring Into Action In Your Garden Now

After a long and strange pattern of winter weather, it appears spring might actually be here. Early April is the perfect time to get outdoors on a bright sunny day to prepare your yard and...

6 Things You Should Do In Your Garden Now

Thanksgiving is almost here and although you may be focused on turkey and stuffing, your garden is also calling. Get out in the yard, enjoy the sunshine and complete a few simple garden tasks now....

Time to Plant

A few simple steps are all it takes to create a colorful autumn garden So often, homeowners focus on what their gardens looks like in the spring and the summer only. Gardens tend to be overlooked...

Late Summer Gardening Guide

Summer may almost be over but you can continue to reap the benefits of its beauty well into fall with some simple TLC. It’s a good rule of thumb to walk your property every week. This...

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Careers & Education—Full Issue—Sept. 28, 2016

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