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Old 05-17-2019, 05:21 AM   #1
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What should be growing in the woods after the first spring ephemerals? Some information to think about from Stephen Packard. https://woodsandprairie.blogspot.com...0oUEP-v1GY&m=1
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In the following post Stephen Packard talks about how to restore a woodland.

https://woodsandprairie.blogspot.com...oak-woods.html
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Nice list ...thank you!
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