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Coming Sunday: Growing pains

Gardening takes more than just water and soil. Find out how to make things grow in the Brainerd lakes area.

Vegetable garden
Viv Williams' kitchen garden from last season
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Spring and summer are times when Brainerd lakes area residents’ thoughts turn to gardening, an outdoor activity can be as challenging as it is rewarding.

Learn more about what it takes to grow things successfully from local greenhouses and Master Gardeners in Sunday’s story by Frank Lee.

Related Topics: GARDENINGAGRICULTURE
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