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  1. This Debut with Decor in Pastel Shades is the Very Definition of "Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice"Read the original story w/Photo

    1 min ago | Candymag.com

    Pastel motifs are a hit among debutantes because of its whimsical flair . Debutante Mariz wasn't immune to the allure of these pretty colors either.


  2. Disappointed boardwalk gardenersRead the original story

    1 min ago | The Kincardine Independent

    It is with some disappointment that I write this letter. Last weekend, I was doing some gardening and general cleanup in my plots 22-23, at the board walk for the coming season.


  3. Volunteers turn Gala eyesore into community gardenRead the original story

    4 min ago | Borders Today

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Volunteer staff members from Tesco have been working with Gala in Bloom to tidy up a piece of ground in the town.


  4. Happiness is eight little wordsRead the original story w/Photo

    5 min ago | Iol.co.za

    Fed up with bad news I turned the radio dial to to the BBC's Five Live - where they were launching their Happiness Week. People were phoning in saying what made them happy - a holiday, a walk with their dog, a new job.


  5. 8-29-15 - LavenderRead the original story w/Photo

    16 min ago | WTVN-AM Columbus

    Here is a new introduction whose name says it all! With bushy mounds of silvery citrus / lavender fragrant foliage covered with long spikes of lavender blue mid-summer flowers , this lavender shows exceptional heat and humidity tolerance, resistance to common foliage and root diseases, as well as winter hardiness. Makes an excellent choice for cut flowers, drying, potpourri, oils and culinary delights, and is a magnet for butterflies, hummingbirds, and the bees.


  6. nuage neidaRead the original story w/Photo

    21 min ago | XLR8R

    You could call the mid-to-late-'00s a gilded era for beat experimentation. It's as if the seeds planted in the '90s by labels like Mo' Wax , Ninja Tune and Ubiquity , and nurtured in the early aughts via outlets like LA's Low End Theory party, have germinated into a garden of innovative pan-genre delights.


  7. Gardeners to share expertiseRead the original story

    1 hr ago | Xenia Daily Gazette

    Greene County Master Gardeners volunteers will share their expertise with the community from 7-9 p.m., Sept. 4, at First Fridays in downtown Xenia.


  8. Students sprout love of outdoors through summer programRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Republican Journal

    About a dozen children ages 3 and 4 spent their summer outside, establishing a garden, playing music, jumping, tracking wildlife, playing with water - and learning. The children were part of a new Broadreach program called Unity Sprouts, which used time typically spent in a classroom to instead be outdoors.


  9. From Rita's GardenRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | WTVN-AM Columbus

    Yardboy, it's thanks to you for my recipe this week. You emailed me the link to this recipe and said "Do it!" So, I did.


  10. Late summer berry blissRead the original story

    1 hr ago | St. Albert Gazette

    Here are some facts you may not know about this dark, late-summer luscious berry, according to huffingtonpost.ca: * Blackberries are low in sodium, have just 62 calories a cup and are rich in Vitamin C. * Blackberries are known by a variety of names, including brambleberries, bramble, dewberry and thimbleberry * The high astringent tannin content of blackberries is effectively used as a mouthwash * Traditionally, leaves and bark of the plant have been used to treat mild gum inflammation and even sore throats, while the leaves make a therapeutic, if bitter, tea * The healthy dose of Vitamin K is said to help relax muscles, and the juice can help blood to clot Though there are officially a few weeks left of summer, brisk mornings and earlier sunsets signal that autumn is just around the corner.


  11. Race in the US: Reflections of an Arab-AmericanRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Al Jazeera

    "I have lived with hate but not in terror. We have had years of hostility directed toward us, not centuries."


  12. Overgrown garden attracting rats as owner spends prolonged period in...Read the original story

    1 hr ago | Warrington Guardian

    AN ORFORD garden that has become overgrown since the homeowner was hospitalised is attracting rats according to neighbours - and council action to tackle the problem has been delayed. Pest controllers at Warrington Borough Council told residents of Shakespeare Grove that the garden would be sorted within ten working days when the problem was first reported on August 6. The occupier was hospitalised in July and will remain there for the foreseeable future, and her garden is attracting rats and growing over the fence into neighbouring gardens.


  13. Community gardeningRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | El Paso Times

    Xanthe Miller checks the progress on a client's garden Thursday at the Arizona Avenue Community Garden at First Christian Church, 901 Arizona. Garden plots are available with a drip-irrigation system and water and range in cost from 15 to 50. Growing and eating healthy foods, exercising, and connecting with neighbors are some of the reasons that community gardens - including several in El Paso - are thriving, experts say.


  14. Clearlake City Council forms medicinal marijuana cultivation committeeRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Lake County Record-Bee

    CLEARLAKE >> An ad hoc committee was formed during the Clearlake City Council Meeting Thursday to address concerns with medicinal marijuana cultivation. The committee will be charged with reviewing and recommending amendments to the city's marijuana cultivation ordinance - including nuisance abatement codes, regulations regarding cultivation on vacant properties and limiting the permissible amount of plants cultivated.


  15. Canyon Caf Read MoreRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | River Front Times

    While the Botanical Garden might house most of the cacti in town, Canyon Cafe at Plaza Frontenac offers its own share of the American Southwest to St. Louisans, namely in the form of Tex-Mex cuisine.


  16. Walled Gardens of Cannington to open for two day eventRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | This is The West Country

    THE beautiful Walled Gardens of Cannington will be specially open to the public for two days as part of the National Garden Scheme. Visitors can explore over 20 areas with classic and contemporary features, including the tea room, plant sales and botanica THE beautiful Walled Gardens of Cannington will be specially open to the public for two days as part of the National Garden Scheme.


  17. Food and fun a-plenty: Corn Fest gets underway in downtown DeKalbRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Daily Chronicle

    Bob Shipman, of the Kiwanis Club of DeKalb, shucks an ear of roasted corn for serving on the opening day of Corn Fest on Friday in DeKalb. Shotaro Nishida, 9, visiting from Japan, picks from a selection of prizes on the opening day of Corn Fest on Friday in DeKalb .


  18. New Fault Line Parks opensRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | KFMB-TV San Diego

    Fault Line Park, on Island Avenue between 14th and 15th streets, is the first public park to open in the neighborhood since 2004, when the Park in the Park opened at Petco Park. It's name refers to the Rose Canyon Fault, which runs underneath.


  19. Winchelsea holds its Autumn ShowRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | Rye and Battle Observer

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. Winchelsea Garden Society's annual Autumn Flower Show will be held in the New Hall Winchelsea at 2pm on Saturday September 5. On show will be mixed flowers, fruits and berries and fruit and vegetables from the allotments; floral art; cookery and handicrafts.


  20. Southport Flower Show 2015; lets look back at the show gardensRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Southport Visiter

    Mook Gardens, Muddy Boots and Dean Halsall Garden Landscapes, all from the town, scooped the gongs for best large, medium and small gardens. The display area thronged with thousands of visitors for the four days of the event.