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2 hrs ago | The Daily Democrat
This 2014 photo provided by Ann Savageau shows homeowner Savageau in her sustainable drought-tolerant garden in front of her house in Davis.
6 hrs ago | San Gabriel Valley Tribune
This may sound like the obvious thing to do, but you might be surprised to learn that many gardeners, despite having gone to great trouble preparing soil for planting, somehow forget about their edibles once they begin to grow.
10 hrs ago | Agassiz Harrison Observer
A renovation, in many ways, is like a wedding. As the reno process unfolds, I am feeling equal measures of anticipation and angst.
15 hrs ago | Ledger-Enquirer.com
A great purple hairstreak, one of the most beautiful butterflies in the United States, created quite a stir as he feasted on the nectar-rich sky-blue flowers of the bog sage.
A laundry to landscape graywater system directs wash water to selected plants and fruit trees in this eco-friendly Marin garden.
When you write a newspaper column, it is advisable to read as much as you can. This week my reading included "Mother Goose."
After a nearly unprecedented flood destroyed the site, the South Carolina Botanical Garden is almost as good as new - because of the work of more than a dozen Clemson University architecture students.
The dystopian future envisioned so darkly in Edan Lepucki's chilling first novel doesn't involve nuclear Armageddon or zombies .
Judy Pickthall , a former Ulverston Mayor and chair of Ulverston in Bloom is seen with Xenolith Explorer Scout Unit leader Bryan Caine and some of the volunteers and wellwishers at the opening of the community garden GREEN-fingered Ulverston Scouts have transformed a patch of waste land into a flourishing community garden of flowers, fruit and ... (more)
Anne Marrison suggests taking it easy in August - but some basics still need to be handled to keep the garden thriving.
At farmers markets and, occasionally, in a grocer's produce aisle, zero in on this extra-terrestrial looking vegetable: Kohlrabi.
Councilman Tom LaBonge says the pine grew to more than 12 feet tall before succumbing to a bark beetle infestation.
The pre-school opened the doors on the Cheriton Recreation Ground in April 2013 and the garden soon became the charity's next big project.
U.S. Rep. James McGovern spent part of his time at the Nativity School on Monday morning vegging out.
The canoe was filled with species native to Maryland, providing food and habitat for local birds.
Some people think harvest season is when the work stops for growing fresh fruits and vegetables in the backyard.
Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 06:36 pm
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