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AE For the Capital City Weekly What a great time of year! Signs of an early spring are popping up everywhere; clearly gardening weather is just around the corner. Robins arrived the in the first week of March, rhubarb is already five inches tall, and skunk cabbage, the customary harbinger of spring, has shot up from its murky depths about a month early.

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Nasturtiums are a trap crop for aphids and earwigs like this one have voracious appetites for aphids. Many garden
Photo By Carla Petersen
Nasturtiums are a trap crop for aphids and earwigs like this one have voracious appetites for aphids. Many garden "pests" can also be very beneficial.
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