At the Cincinnati Edition’s monthly garden show, live on Wednesday lunchtime, we will answer your phone calls at 513-419-7100 and emails to email@example.com all hour long. One current area of concern is the possibility that climate change will “charge up” poison ivy.
According to Grist, the plant is thriving, greener, and has more productive vines. And its itching is more intense too.
We’re going to talk about this and whatever else you think about gardens, plants, landscaping, trees, flowers, and more.
This month, Hamilton County Extension Agent Joe Boggs and Waterfields Director of Greenhouse Operations and Associate Professor of the University of Cincinnati Horticultural Program, Joshua Jones, are also enrolling in the program this month.
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