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Volume 7, Issue 1 March 2008
Tree Hugging or Learning to Embrace the Tree. The Shade Providers. Sweet Gum One of the first trees to color in the fall is the Sweet Gum. Flowering Gems That Grow Under 20″ Tall. Dogwood. Here’s the Dirt on Good Soil – Available Now. Garden Mix. Tree Care Tips

Volume 6, Issue 4 September 2007
Mystical Muhly Grass – A plant profile. Yummy Compost. For years we have searched for a suitable organic amendment for topsoil and gardens. Hits & Myths in the Game of Gardening. Myth: Spring is the best time to plant trees and shrubs. Fall Checklist. Fall Sales

Volume 6, Issue 2 April 2007
New Plant Issue #1. Springtime is new plant time at Bear Creek Nursery. New Herbs. One new offering is apple mint. New Ornamental Grasses. Grasses that flower should be included in every garden for many reasons. Artistic Expression. Our Favorite Miss Pronunciations

Volume 6, Issue 1 March 2007
Just Another Winter… Hopefully, by the time you read this, another winter will have past. Anne’s Great Bicycle Adventure for Cancer. Botanical Garden of the Ozarks. Garden Club Month. March is Garden Club Month at the Bear. Plant News and New Plants. Boxwood

Volume 5, Issue 2 April 2006
New Sun Perennials. New plants are in the spotlight this issue. New Annuals. Silky Mix Butterfly Weed. Herbs. Basil There are lots of types of basil at the Bear. New Shade Perennials. Obsidian Coral Bells. Coral Bells will make you think you woke up in the late 60s.

Volume 5, Issue 1 March 2006
15th Anniversary Issue. It has been 15 years since we started the Little Greenhouse and evolved into Bear Creek Nursery. What’s new at the Bear. Funny smelling plants. The new greenhouse is partly dedicated to herbs (over 50 varieties now). Plant News and New Plants