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Norwich brothers Ethan and Reuben Harvey who have dug a WW1 trench in their back garden as well as having a radio room, guard post and barbed wire barricades.
Rutger the Rutgers Garden cat reunited Stolen and lost beloved 19-year-old cat is found thanks to neighbor Check out this story on app.com: http://on.app.com/VGPa3r The photo by Judy Marsicalki brought Rutger the Rutgers Garden cat home.
Winter may seem a long way off, but if you're wanting to grow a winter garden, the time to start is now, says Contra Costa Master Gardener Janet Miller.
At a local FairPrice Supermarket in central Singapore, you'll find baby carrots grown in Bakersfield, Calif., - the same ones for sale at my local grocery store in Washington, D.C. Such well-traveled vegetables aren't unusual in the tiny island-state, which imports more than 90 percent of its food from some 35 countries.
Mrs Clarkson, a high level teaching assistant at Eagley Infants Primary School, received a commendation from the Royal Horticultural Society after being one of four people short-listed nationwide for the School Gardening Champion of the Year 2014.
You can start cleaning up the summer garden by cutting back perennials past their prime and pulling any weeds that have found a home in your garden beds.
It's time. Most of the tomatoes are getting leggy. Cucumber vines once green and lush are beginning to slow down.
Northwest gardening expert Ciscoe Morris spoke at CannaCon, a four-day marijuana business convention and trade show, where he gave advice to marijuana growers.
Orleton and District Gardening Club show committee chairman Lyn Jones, club chairman Shelly Choat, and steward Ian Robertson admire some of the entries into the 34th Annual Show.
Dear plant and garden lovers, this is a good time to remind you of the seasonal action points you need to undertake in August.
HOURS after the Hreod Burna Urban Forest issued an appeal through the Adver for a mower to help clear allotments, a resident generously donated several items of garden maintenance equipment.
Mick Jones, 72, of Suckley Road, Leigh, says he was "surprised" to see the canes shoot up to such heights after he planted the seeds ten years ago.
By Melinda Myers The cucumbers have filled the vegetable drawer, you've run out of cabbage recipes and your family is refusing to eat one more BLT.
When it was first suggested I visit a sculpture garden exhibit at Filoli for this column, I beat back a muffled yawn.
Did you get caught by National Sneak a Zucchini onto Your Neighbor's Porch Day? Look it up, it's a real holiday celebrated this year on August 8. Whether you got "blessed" with your neighbor's bounty or you're trying to use up the zucchini from your own garden, you're in luck.
Q: Both of my parents love to travel. Unfortunately, my mother cannot anymore since she suffers from emphysema.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 05:50 am
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