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2 hrs ago | EDGE

How to Get Your Home Ready for Spring

Winter is over and now it's that fleeting time of year known as spring. You know that time, when it's warm to hot but not muggy and oppressive about it? Sometimes it can feel like this blessed time is here only for a few days, but we have a good few weeks left to enjoy springtime.


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7 hrs ago | Press-Telegram

For blue flowers, remember the Lobelia

Spanish or butterfly lavender combines wonderfully with white flowers, as I recently observed in an attractive planter bed.


Related Topix: Entomology, Science, Home

11 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald

Flowers a work of art for Easter in DC’s National Gallery

That’s when the dark-pillared rotunda is decorated with live flowers, trees and ferns, most from its own greenhouses.


Related Topix: Home, National Mall, US National Parks

14 hrs ago |

a Project to help people fight food poverty has been hailed a huge success.

Julie Hilling, the MP for Bolton West, visited Moss Bank Park to see community project The Hive, which is run by Lancashire Wildlife Trust, and has been teaching residents how to grow and cook their own food for almost a year.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Vegetables, Home

18 hrs ago | Myrtle Beach Online

On Gardening: Chinese fringetrees appear to be covered in snow

The Chinese fringetrees have been on the spectacular side the last week or so, and they will be the same in your garden as they have in Savannah, Ga.


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22 hrs ago | KFVS12

Earth Day being celebrated at Kentucky Dam Village

The Kentucky Division of Forestry is joining with the Marshall County Soil and Water Conservation District and the park naturalist to offer free earth-friendly items to the community from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. CDT at the lobby entrance patio.


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23 hrs ago | Capital Weekly

Garden Savings - Composters, Pansies and More

That's 6 6-packs, that's 36 plants and that's a savings! 50 gallon heavy-duty tumbling composter that is perfect for backyard composting of leaves and yard waste.


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Wed Apr 16, 2014

Myrtle Beach Online

Bucket List Adventure: See Chattanooga's Rock City

More than 75 years ago, a Tennessee land developer named Garnet Carter embarked on an ingenious campaign to lure tourists to his mountaintop attraction to see some rocks.


Related Topix: Chattanooga, TN, List, Electronic, Lookout Mountain, TN, Home, Education

New Hampshire Public Radio -

On Your Mark, Get Set, Grow: A Guide To Speedy Vegetables

But face it, we live in an impatient world. And gardeners everywhere were depressed by the brutal and endless winter.


Related Topix: Life, Food, Vegetables, Agriculture, Science, Home, Longmont, CO, Fruits

The Olympian

A hardy plant with a delicate look

The Lakewood resident, and president of the Tahoma Fuchsia Society, was overwintering her fuchsias on her deck when the ice struck, bringing havoc to countless South Sound gardeners.


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Voices of Faith: 'Do not put the Lord God to the test,' Jesus said,...



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Daily Echo

Winchester gardening duo put skills to the test on TV

Green-fingered Eleanor Waterhouse and Kate Bennett met more than 30 years ago when they were both pregnant with their first children.


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DEA Stakeouts Spark Up Big Business For Garden Center

By Joseph Hosey Crest Hill, Illinois - The owner of an indoor garden center feared he would be driven out of business after DEA stakeouts of his store were exposed in stories posted by Patch .


Related Topix: Home, Crest Hill, IL, Shorewood, IL, Channahon, IL, Will County, IL

Leamington Spa Courier

Ryton Organic Gardens receives a royal seal of approval in its campaign

Staff at Garden Organic in Ryton felt they'd received the royal seal of approval when their patron, the Prince of Wales, accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall, visited their stand at the Edible Garden Show in London.


Related Topix: Home, Canada, World News, Prince Charles

Tue Apr 15, 2014

Wheeling News

Firefighters Jump Into Community Gardening Arena

This spring, members of the Wheeling Fire Department will trade in fire hoses for garden hoses - and in doing so, they hope to cultivate a stronger relationship with the community.


Related Topix: Home, Wheeling, WV, Fire, South Wheeling, WV, East Wheeling, WV

Queen Anne & Magnolia News

Notes from the Garden | Spring sprang

Am I getting gaga, or is this one of the most beautiful spring seasons we have had recently? The soft green haze, interrupted by bursts of white and pink from our cherry and magnolia trees, seems to fill the air with hope.


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Star Tribune

Montana's rare T. rex rests its bones at Smithsonian's Museum of Natural History

A cast of a Tyrannosaurus rex discovered in Montana greeted visitors to the Museum of Natural History on Tuesday.


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Jefferson Post Online Edition

Garden Buddies aims to tackle food insecurity in Ashe County

"Garden Buddies: Growing in Christ's Likeness" is a new collaborative effort aimed at tackling the issue of food insecurity and creating skilled gardeners in Ashe County.


Related Topix: Ashe County, NC, Home, Agriculture, Science

The Janesville Gazette

Janice Peterson: Seven plants that make gardening fun for kids

Nasturium flowers are easy to grow, their large seeds can be directly seeded outdoors and they're edible, garden blogger Janice Peterson writes.


Related Topix: Family, Home, Kids, Life, Fruits, Food, Vegetables

Greenwich Citizen

Bulbs, yes, but no food for deer

This undated photo shows the Star of Persia in New Paltz, New York. Flowering onions -- alliums -- mostly appear as pastel pompoms atop slender stalks.


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