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The Extension Master Gardener Volunteers of Southern Nevada provides research based, horticultural information on gardens, landscapes, plants and other related topics. This newsletter of March 2022 is one of many resources of information available to the public to help accomplish this mission. To contact our Help Desk call 702-257-5556 or via email at Extension-ClarkMG@unr.edu

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By Master Gardener and ARS Consulting Rosarian,  Judith Kafantaris

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Kafantaris, J., Sgamma, R 2022, Desert Gardening in Southern Nevada (2022-03), Extension, University of Nevada, Reno, MG Newsletter, Edition 22-03

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