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Every year since Portishead has entered the South West in Bloom competition and the town has won numerous gold medals. Comment?
However, a proposed county zoning amendment that applies to ground-mounted solar or wind-power installations is the only likely amendment that would be relevant to Prescott Valley, according to town planner Ruth Mayday. Comment?
A Woodbury family has been chosen to receive an edible landscape makeover, courtesy of a California artist and the Walker Art Center. Comment?
May is Garden for Wildlife Month, a time to attract birds, butterflies and bees to your garden, according to a news release from the National Wildlife Federation and its Certified Wildlife Habitat program. Comment?
The Royal Horticultural Society has temporarily lifted a ban on garden gnomes - normally deemed too "tacky" - at the Chelsea Flower Show. Comment?
MAY 20: A water feature is displayed on a stand on a stand at the Chelsea Flower Show on May 20, 2013 in London, England. Comment?
Two men have been arrested in the killing of a teenage boy over an iPad in Las Vegas, police said Sunday. Comment?
'Sell in May and go away, stay away till St Leger Day.' Nobody can ever agree if this hoary old advice to investors is worthy of notice. Comment?
Thirty per cent of Britons said the rose was their top growing plant, followed by fuschias and lavender . Comment?
Timarra Davis, 11, works with Walter Richey, 17, both of Detroit to plant basil at the Brightmoor Youth garden in Detroit on Saturday, May 18, 2013. Comment?
The best time will be summer, when the vines are loaded with tomatoes and beans and peas and, hopefully, the couple of exotic edibles, the seeds of which I planted in March and the seedlings of which I planted today: peach/mango/melon and cucamelon . Comment?
Flatirons Elementary School second-graders Maya Lyons, left, Sophia Garrity and Himani Sharma laugh with each other while picking lettuce in the school garden for the Garden to Table program, on Thursday. Comment?
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WHAT ARE YOU doing June 1? I hope it includes visits to three magnificent and entirely different private gardens in Kentfield. Comment?
Developers must carry out a survey for the creatures before work can start on the site off Pinfold Road, Newthorpe. Comment?
I recently attended a telenet presentation at the University of Illinois Extension Office. Comment?
Carmen Keitsch stands by a painting she dedicated to herself, as a reminder to stay strong and realize her dreams. Comment?
Formerly known as Musgrove Florist, Flower House has taken a new name and location with owners Jake and Karen Miller. Comment?
It's been interesting watching people react to a disease that has become common in North Texas rose gardens. Comment?