Home Gardening Newswire (Page 14)

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  1. Passion for plants blooms for flower showRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WGN-TV Chicago

    He's the face behind the flowers and the greenery on our roadside as well as all the beautiful blooms of the Chicago Flower and Garden show. Tony's love history and of love greenery goes into maintaining the legacy of the show each and every year.

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  2. Benefit Daylily SaleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Republican Journal

    The Maine Garden, a small organic daylily and peony breeding farm at 49 Old County Road, Waldo, donates all plant sale proceeds this day to Waterfall Arts' Youth and Family Programming. FMI: waterfallarts.org or themainegarden.com . Rain date: June 26.

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  3. Don't move, improve! Here's how to add a creative extension to a period homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | LandlordZONE News

    'Don't Move, improve". It's a familiar refrain as high levels of stamp duty and ever-escalating house prices force many to extend their homes to make more space.

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  4. Sowing the aniseeds of love: how to grow fennelRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Sunday Herald

    You don't need to be Gordon Ramsay to savour the prospect of a healthy harvest of fennel through the year, the delicate aniseed flavour complementing all manner of dishes, from salads to fish dishes. There are three types of fennel, though they are the same species.

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  5. Create a Caribbean paradise in your backyard with elephant ear plantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | St. Augustine Record

    Regal Shields produces leaves that are velvety dark green to almost black with a burgundy sheen on the undersides and lime green mid-ribs. This has been a banner year for tropical plant nuts like as regal shields, Borneo giant, and portora, just to name a few, started showing up in area garden centers.

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  6. Mixed CultureRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | City Pages

    This Saturday's Mixed Culture celebrates sour and unusual beers. Out in the beer garden, guests will be invited to sample from a variety of tart and funky batches they won't find anywhere else.

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  7. Wouldn't it be great' is a great numberRead the original story

    Friday | KPC Media Group, Inc.

    The words "music" and "northern Indiana" appear to be one and the same this summer.

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  8. Fox Lake's community garden taking rootRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Northwest Herald

    Candace H. Johnson - For Shaw Media Linnea Pioro, of Fox Lake guides her grandson, Kyle Taber, 8, on how to water their vegetable plants at the Community Garden of Fox Lake on Forest Avenue. The garden was created through a partnership between the village and the Fox Lake Fire Protection District, which owns the land, located at 17 Forest Ave. The district purchased the property, formerly Forest School, to build a new fire station but agreed to lease it to the village for the next five years.

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  9. Garden tip: How to tell a tule from a cattailRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Marin Independent Journal

    Do you know the differences between tule, cattail, rushes and sedges? Let's learn about the three plant families Cyperaceae, Juncaceae and Typhaceae. • Cyperaceae: is the sedge family, which includes tule, bulrush and other sedges.

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  10. Southern Oregon Lavender FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KOBI NBC5

    Four lavender farms in the Applegate Valley and the OSU Lavender Demonstration Garden are celebrating the plant with festivities Saturday and Sunday from 10 to 5. Note: By commenting below you agree to abide by the KOBI5.com commenting guidelines. View the KOBI5.com Comment Board Guidelines A

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  11. Garden Guru: Create a tropical paradise with bold foliageRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SavannahNow

    Regal Shields produces leaves that are velvety dark green to almost black with burgundy sheens on the undersides and lime green mid-ribs. Photo by Norman Winter/For the Savannah Morning News Regal Shields and Elena elephant ears create high contrast in tropical foliage.

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  12. Living off the landRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Jewish Journal

    When I think of the original baby boomer, I think of our friend Jay Farbstein. He is an architect specializing in the design of large government buildings, and he lives on his family's original property off Sunset Boulevard, in a rural area of Pacific Palisades.

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  13. Woman knocks back $26 million offer for homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Illawarra Mercury

    They'd like to develop her corner block, just over the road from the shops and 200 metres from the site of the upcoming rail station, they told her. And in a rezoned neighbourhood where so many of the other home-owners had banded together to sell amalgamated parcels of land, they'd pay her handsomely.

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  14. Traditional Pomo brush arbor taking shape at Ukiah museumRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Ukiah Daily Journal

    Laban Menton carries one end of a beam on his shoulder before placing it on top of the Pomo brush arbor structure. Anyone who has been to the Grace Hudson Museum recently has seen the drawing.

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  15. Edible plants grown on simulated Mars soilRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Examiner.com

    Kalkaska sand is Michigan's state soil and is a valuable asset for agriculture, forestry, and for filtering water. But people who will live on Mars will not have it so good.

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  16. Garden Tips: Wind is tough on garden plantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Tri-cityherald.com

    The weather this spring has certainly been erratic, going from calm and sunny to windy and stormy and back again. These winds have created havoc for outdoor events and celebrations, but they have also affected our yards and gardens.

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  17. Monarch Butterflies get some local helpRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Bennington Banner

    Meagan Fulton, left, and Nina Markiw, right, of Vermont Woods Studios in Vernon, plant milkweed to help grow the population of Monarch butterflies next to a garden on the property. VERNON >> The creatures that soar in the air, displaying their orange, black and white patterned wings known as the Monarch butterfly, are now few and far between in Vermont.

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  18. Rose GardenRead the original story

    Friday | TrekEarth

    One of the alleys in the Rose Garden in Forst, Germany. In addition to many types of roses there are also compositions of other plants, bushes and trees.

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  19. This DVD gives preppers excellent vegetable gardening adviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Examiner.com

    Thinking of starting a garden? The way to go may be up! Vertical gardens are the perfect way to have beautiful plants and vegetables in small spaces. Bradley Hasemeyer has three easy ways to get your green thumb in the vertical game.

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  20. Learning to be green at Bras d'Or schoolRead the original story

    Friday | Cape Breton Post

    Dr. T.L. Sullivan Middle School students, left to right, Hayden Benac, Connor Matthews, Julianna Vickers, Catherine Thomson, Jaylyn Baker, Leah Barrie, MacKenzie Bachman, Cassidy Bragg, Amber Barrie and Jadyn Walsh, are part of the Green Acres Garden project. The sun beating down on your face, dirt under your fingernails, mosquitoes eating you alive and only three more hours of weeding left ... only a gardener can call that a perfect day.

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