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Could you survive the end of civilization?
What Do You Know About Conspiracy Theories?
Of course it's wonderful to take a holiday vacation, but um, hey- don't forget your plants.
Malcolm Walford worked at the National Trust-owned Croome Court, near Pershore, for 60 years before his retirement in 1998 and was given the opportunity to plant a gingko bilboa tree in the Temple Greenhouse shrubbery in remembrance of his six decades of service.
Vancouver's full-service urban gardening firm takes city-dwellers from seeds to salads on rooftops, balconies and patios Notions and perceptions revolving around food have changed drastically in recent years.
Continuing my commentary on creating winter oases of green, it is timely to appreciate holly, now that references to it are seasonal and frequent.
Kenzo Dix rests at the top of a beautiful hill overlooking the San Francisco Bay.
Butterflies like privacy. Keep your garden away from places where too much activity can disturb them.
Nelson Mandela, who died last week, is best known for his fight against South African apartheid.
The man accused of driving his pickup truck up the stairs of the Utah Capitol in an apparent effort to promote marijuana use was charged Monday with drug-related crimes.
So what do you do for an encore after you launch a brand-new educational garden with a parade and festival AND win the West Seattle Chamber of Commerce Westsider of the Year award? West Seattle Bee Garden founder Lauren Englund sends word that even bigger things are ahead for the WSBG in the new year - and recaps some of what else happened along ... (more)
A con man gardener who preyed on a trusting 83-year-old man has narrowly avoided jail after being caught out by the victim's neighbour.
Lights, trees, gingerbread and the Grinch are among the Christmastime attractions on display around the country.
An empty grave was found in the back garden of a west London house where a man was found dead, police have revealed.
Fifth-grade teacher Jaime Enriquez is the coordinator of the 20- by 50-foot garden nestled among several classroom buildings.
A South Fort Myers community spent the day supporting Robert Lerberg. He's the 72-year-old man who was the victim of a violent random attack last week.
Peter Seabrook , Gardening Editor for The Sun, presents members of the Harrow Garden Centre team with a commemorative spade The Headstone Lane centre picked up the regional prize ahead of entries from across London and the south east at the recent Garden Retail Awards.
The beautiful annuals added color, texture and lots of interest to the front of the house as well as the patio.