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1 hr ago | News Observer
Burnt out on summer? Start thinking fall - vegetables, that is. It seems like summer just started, but it's time to begin work on the fall vegetable garden, too.
3 hrs ago | The Modesto Bee
With summer in full swing, I think everyone I know is making the most of their vacation time.
4 hrs ago | Andover Advertiser
The scales of justice recreated at Abbey House with the Mayor of Winchester, Cllr Eileen Berry, and Co-organiser Carol Bailey.
4 hrs ago | Merced Sun-Star
The author, along with Mary Barranco, first published "Market-Fresh Mixology: Cocktails for Every Season" in 2008, which at the time stood out for sourcing drink ingredients from the garden.
7 hrs ago | Sheffield Star
Hickleton: Raiders climbed onto the roof of St Wilfred's Church on Doncaster RoadThe raiders, who took lead flashing from the roof, struck betweem 6pm on Friday and 9am on Sunday.
Jill says that this year's garden has been the most productive ever. Judging from the volume of produce that has all of a sudden materialized I am inclined to believe her.
Incredibly wise gardeners who bought the last Southern Living Garden Book published in 2004 are always asking me: "When are you going to revise it? A lot has changed in 10 years."
IMPROVING WATER QUALITY: Dean West of Evergreen Landcare plants a rain garden, or swale, beside the Christchurch Coastal Pathway, on the Causeway.
Gardens are typically blessed with spring rains that bring summer flowers -- and then the hot, dry months of July and August take their toll.
Following a torrential storm in July 2013 there was vast damage to the South Carolina Botanical Gardens on the campus of Clemson University but with the help of students and the community, the damage is close to being repaired a year later.
Lush and colorful in hanging baskets or container gardens- long blooming annual plants are providing the show in our summer gardens.
Question: With all the dog owners who are gardeners, would it be a good idea to use it as manure in the garden? Answer: As a dog owner and gardener, all I can say is "eek ... ugh."
Near the end of July you may notice your hanging baskets and container gardens fading a bit.
In his new series, acclaimed lifestyle expert and garden designer P. Allen Smith offers exciting ways to combine the gardening and dining experience.
Editors Note: Lovina Eicher has decided to no longer write The Amish Cook column.
Cherry Tree Care Home in Caldicot, part of the Hallmark Care Homes group, was judged along with dozens of other care homes in the same group, as part of a long-running competition to promote the therapeutic benefits of gardening among older people.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 10:15 am
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