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Dr Beverley Jacobson, chief executive of Kisharon, with Daniel Yefet, Kisharon service user, John Coleby, director of St Joseph's Pastoral Centre and Norman McIntosh, a St Joseph's Pastoral Centre service user.
PHILADELPHIA _ They're described as "aliens" and "invaders" intent on annihilating everything around them, but this is no Hollywood horror film.
But thanks to a tenants group in Rose Hill and Oxford City Council , much-needed improvements have now been made.
For Tammy and Shawn Christensen, that's the most challenging part of creating garden statues from scratch _ and they ought to know.
Youngsters at Bakewell Infant School, in Bath Street, will benefit from planting beds, fruit trees, a pond, story area and wildlife section on the land at the bottom of their school field.
Buy this photo Rakshita Vaya and Moza Khatib from Dar Es Salaam with pupils Thomas Young, aged five, and Demi Warr, aged ten,in the new garden.
Through the garden season, my garden tools hang out in the garden, rain or shine.
Seattle has long been a favorite destination for holiday festivities, but there's plenty going on east of the Emerald City, too.
This year, Hermine Ricketts' front-yard garden was filled with plants and fruits - but no vegetables.
With the collecting and composting of leaves the major focus of our attention these days, it is easy to overlook other jobs in the landscape that require attention.
"Plant early and you'll plant often" is an old saying containing more than a kernel of caution.
TWO Trafford community groups are celebrating this week after discovering they are one of Skipton Building Society's 'Big 160', securing a slots as winners in its Grassroots Giving initiative after winning the hearts and minds of the public and triumphing over nearly 1,000 other applicants across the country.
Mistletoe is a parasitic plant that grows in a variety of tree species by sinking roots into the branches of its host trees to obtain nutrients and nourishment.
I'm no chicken, but when I hear about people getting stuck in coops when they're all alone on their farm on a winter day, I get jittery.