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The annual Maryland House & Garden Pilgrimage returns for six weekends this spring from Saturday, April 26 through Saturday, May 31. A Maryland tradition for 77 years, the Pilgrimage offers the opportunity to explore some of Maryland's most fascinating and noteworthy properties, including the grave of a man who played a key role in the creation of ... (more)
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As spring arrives, patients with acquired brain injuries being cared for at a hospital near Leamington are getting involved in gardening to help with their rehabilitation.
The yin and yang of spring make it such an interesting season. After the brutal bite of winter, even a gloomy spring day can lift our spirits with warmer breezes and an emerging palette of delicate hues - those first tinges of new greens, a fuzzy gray bud, a brushstroke of crocus blue.
Looking for free mulch-compost for your spring garden ? The City of Fort Worth in Tarrant County has a great recycling program whereby they offer residents free mulch-compost at the city's Solid Waste Services Recycling Drop-Off Centers.
Kathy Jones, a former journalist, keeps several chickens at her home. Pictured is Kathy at home in Abergavenny feeding her chickens.
George Smith, owner of Fort Wayne Tile's Abbey Flooring Center, holds a piece of engineered walnut, an earth-friendly flooring option.
Sean Norton cleans the covers on grow lights at the Denver marijuana grow operation for the retail store Medicine Man.
St Catherine's House will open its doors, together with the adjoining Victorian Tea Room and Walled Garden, who are all part of Flourish Enterprises, to host a fun-packed Flourish Easter Bonanza family fun day.
Te Tuhi's new show explores the plight of tourist paradise the Maldives Islands as its residents prepare for an enforced exile due to climate change, Adam Gifford writes When Soren Dahlgaard was planning his work for the 2013 Venice Biennale on the effect of climate change on the Maldive Islands, high tides were covering St Mark's Square with a ... (more)
Whether you are horticulturally challenged or green fingered and wanting to expand your knowledge, look no further than your local library this spring.
It was a violent rape that left hardened police shocked, but still over two years later, the attacker still walks our streets Tickle your taste buds this spring! The Chronicle has teamed up with Coast to Coast American Restaurant and Bar to give one lucky reader the chance to WIN a table for four, dining from their delicious lunch menu There are ... (more)
Pictured at the tree plant at Cubbington Primary School on Saturday are the Rev Graham Coles, headteacher Cathy Clarke, Mike Smith from Smiths Nursery, volunteer helpers and children.
Miniature daffodils and other bulbs need time to recharge for the next growing cycle, so don't remove leaves and stems too soon.
Each spring brings bright new rose varieties for the rose enthusiasts to add to the garden.
Don't let a lack of time or space get in the way of gardening your way to a healthy lifestyle.