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  1. Perennials that won't tolerate leaf mulches by Thomas ChristopherRead the original story w/Photo

    6 min ago | Garden Rant

    A mulch of freshly fallen leaves applied an inch or two thick, or even just a heavy leaf fall from nearby trees, tends to keep the ground beneath it damp, especially if the leaves are large and you don't shred them before applying them . Because they keep the ground damp, leaf mulches of any kind, shredded or otherwise, are not beneficial for silvery, woolly-leaved plants such as lamb's ears or lavenders .


  2. Giving ThanksRead the original story w/Photo

    29 min ago | Edhat

    Thanksgiving has special meaning to me this year. I had a bodysurfing accident in September.


  3. Simple And Appealing Designs For Small BathroomsRead the original story

    30 min ago | Villager Austin

    It is nonetheless garden watering system Montgomery AL a common false impression that Des Moines IA garden watering systems garden watering systems Durham NC bigger indicates much better, in rest room terms this definitely garden watering systems Newark NJ does not have to be the case. The dimension of the bathroom should not be an issue as long as the design and functionality Syracuse NY garden irrigation system is well balanced.


  4. Best perennial and shrub bloomers for DecemberRead the original story w/Photo

    54 min ago | Post and Courier

    Not many garden plants flower in December. The hardy bloomers at this time of year fall into three categories: a few shrubs that start flowering now, a few perennials that begin blooming, and perennials that are still blossoming months after they first began.


  5. Abby: Neighbors make themselves at home at another castleRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Sunherald.com

    DEAR ABBY: I have a neighbor, "Mrs. Smith," whom I see often in another neighbor's yard, "the Joneses," when they are not home. I have seen Mrs. Smith pick vegetables from their garden and take them to her house, and Mr. Smith connect extension cords that run to their home in the winter months when the owners are away.


  6. Volunteers help beautify Liberty State Park in Jersey CityRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Jersey Journal

    JERSEY CITY -- Weeding, mulching and planting flowers were the order of the day for a handful of volunteers who spent their Saturday morning helping to beautify Liberty State Park in Jersey City. During a break in her gardening work, Iome S. Alexander told The Jersey Journal she and other volunteers with nonprofit Friends of Liberty State Park "keep the place nice and pretty for when the summer comes."


  7. Hope Blooms leads surge of community garden programs for kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | CBC News

    Craig Cain attends a product launch at Atlantic Superstores in Halifax on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015. Cain grew up in Uniacke Square, a 250-unit block of low-income public housing in Halifax's north end.


  8. Jean Barton: An aerial tour of Tehama CountyRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Red Bluff Daily News

    This was written by Anne Willard McNabb, for her Salvation Army Writing Class in 2000. Her great-grand-son Bryce Borror has donated an hour ride in a 1947 J-3 Cub for the Tehama County Cattlemen and CattleWomen Scholarship Auction on Jan. 9, 2016.


  9. 'Moon trees' mark Tilden Regional ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Contra Costa Times

    Stuart Roosa spent more than 33 solitary hours orbiting the moon in the winter of 1971 but believed his pioneering journey and the awesome sights he witnessed did not alter him -- not physically, spiritually or otherwise. "Space changes nobody," the Apollo 14 astronaut told author Andrew Chaikin in 1990.


  10. Easy branch arrangement: Just add flowers, ornamentsRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | OregonLive.com

    Are you looking at a pile of greens, ribbons, twine and wire and wondering how to pull together a holiday decoration for your home or garden? Members of the Portland Garden Club are ready to help. The club's annual Holiday Sale , from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5, will showcase hand-made arrangements, wreaths, garlands, topiaries, kissing balls and other easily assembled decorative items made from natural, readily available materials.


  11. My town: Celebrity chef Annabel Langbein on Lake WanakaRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Southland Times

    How long have you lived in Lake Wanaka? How often are you based there? We bought the land in 1997 and built the little cabin in 2000. While our kids were at school in Auckland we would just head down to Wanaka for the holidays but now it's our base whenever we're in New Zealand.


  12. Part 2-Where the green gets grownRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | South Whidbey Record

    Rockie Eggebrecht is a hard-working farmer, but not the kind who wears overalls, labors in the soil and grows broccoli. He wears street clothes, works indoors and plants exclusively in pea gravel.


  13. Get to Know David Levine, DVM, Dipl. ACVSRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | The Horse

    David Levine, DVM, Dipl. ACVS, recently was appointed to the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine New Bolton Center's faculty as assistant professor of clinical large animal surgery.


  14. A family cutting its own at Bear Swamp Farm in West Milford.Read the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

    Before you head out to shop-'til-you-chop, here are some tips to keep your family safe and your tree in tip-top shape through the holiday season. Outdoor outfitting: Dress appropriately for the cold temperatures and treacherous terrains of a tree farm.


  15. Create a hardcopy of this pageRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Rome News

    Alice Herring pulls out pearls for Andrea Gittings to try on for Chad Price at Ford, Gittings Kane Jewelers, 312 Broad St. While the big malls, national big box discount stores and strip shopping centers were packed Thursday and Friday, the Saturday after Thanksgiving has been designated Small Business Saturday .


  16. Candy Canes, Hot Chocolate and Coloring Contest at Konjoians GreenhousesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Patch.com

    Konjoians Greenhouses, 221 Chandler Road, Andover, will be celebrating Small Business Saturday, Nov. 28, with candy canes, hot chocolate, and a coloring contest for the kids until 4 p.m. Konjoian's Greenhouses. Inc was established in 1959 by Michael and Vera Konjoian and has continued to be family owned and operated over the past 50 years.


  17. End-of-season mulching, poinsettia tips, bedtime for tools: This Weekend in the GardenRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | PennLive.com

    Mulching is a job you can do in fall, especially if you wait until right after the ground freezes. Most people figure mulching the landscape beds is a spring or early-summer thing, but it's a job that also can be done in fall - especially after the ground freezes.


  18. Spend a Carioca Sunday in Gavea, When Visiting Rio de JaneiroRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Rio Times

    Cariocas, or people from Rio, are remarkably good at making the most of Sundays. The second day of the weekend is not one to be spent at home preparing for the week ahead, but rather it is best enjoyed with family and friends, and often avoiding the crowded beaches.


  19. Bedard-Goytowski: Take advantage of the many opportunities here in ECRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | The Daily Advance

    Tim and I have been talking a lot over the past few weeks about the new opportunities we have been given since moving to North Carolina almost two years ago. We have volunteered with the nature preserve at the beach, with the state park at Dismal Swamp and with our church at SOULS/Knights of Hospitality downtown.


  20. Real the Directions! Dona t just moan and groanRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | The Moultrie News

    Thanksgiving dinner gives us the fuel to work on winter projects. I have lots of winter projects.