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Front row, left to right, James Elliott, seven, Mia Forden, seven, Noah Stand, six, Neve Cooper, five, Kate Neasham, six, Maisey Metcalfe, five.
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No, not the dinner salad you see on some menus; the salad made up of lettuce, a wedge or two of tomato and maybe some carrot threads.
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The Buddha Board is a specially designed art board that you paint on with an included brush and water.
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AXA Wealth's roof top terrace garden opened by chief executive Mike Kellard with David Monkman and Nikki Acton from st Michael's Hospice Staff at the pensions and investment firm have transformed a rooftop terrace into a garden, growing all manner of vegetables and fruit, from potatoes, carrots, onions and beans, to strawberries.
Temperatures are rising, and while that may force those of us faint-of-heart indoors for the dog days of summer, it's a tomato's dream come true.
Plants need water to keep cool, pump minerals up to their leaves and grow. And in many regions and many seasons, they can fend for themselves getting water.
It's dark outside and although I'm still snuggled beneath a mound of covers, my husband is not by my side.
"'The monsters are gone.' 'Really? Doubtful.' 'I killed the monsters. That's what fathers do.'
There's nothing like a bit of sunshine to get plants putting on a growth spurt and spending time doing some gardening is a great way to get some exercise, reduce stress, boost your vitamin D levels and put heart health on the menu thanks to the harvest ahead.
In this photo taken on June 10, 2013, James McDowell is dwarfed by a peace wall as he stands in his garden in the Catholic Short Strand area of East Belfast, Northern Ireland.
Some homeowners are returning to the look of "Old Florida" by incorporating more native plants in their landscape.
The school received the seeds from Monkton Elm Garden & Pet Centre in Monkton Heathfield near Taunton as part of its pumpkin growing competition.
WE ARE IN the most hopeful time of year for most gardeners. The tomatoes are showing blossoms and tiny fruits, the plums in the trees are swelling, and the vines are spreading out and covering arbors.
SPRINGVALE, Maine – The annual plant sale put on by the Master Gardener Volunteers from the University of Maine Cooperative Extension in York County was a success last month, attracting hundreds of customers and generating several thousand dollars for community programs.
A boy at the Compass Center proudly showed a Summit County, Ohio, judge the eggplants he was tending in the center's garden.
From those amped-up TV ads, you have to wonder how humanity survived before collapsible garden hoses and earwax vacuums.