Home Gardening Newswire (Page 4)

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  1. Five steps to take, if a pet is poisonedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | Examiner.com

    Curious pets can find potential poisons and face serious illness or even death as a result. A dog or cat may stumble onto some toxic substance, which has likely been unintentionally left within the animal's reach.

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  2. Giving away vegetable plants for those in needRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | WISH-TV Indianapolis

    "All kinds of tomatoes, all kinds of peppers, we have lettuce, we have red and green cabbage, we have some okra, we have some eggplant," Fields said. "I see the need when we go to the soup kitchens," Fields said.

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  3. Stolen produce brings unexpected lessons for Burlington preschoolersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | WRAL.com

    The staff planned to use a small vegetable garden at Holy Comforter Community Playschool to teach the students about nature and health. School Director Eva Green-Baysmore said, however, that someone walked into the church's playground late Monday or early Tuesday and took the produce the youngsters had been growing.

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  4. Scotts Miracle-Gro Co (SMG) Plans $0.47 Quarterly DividendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | AmericanBankingNews.com

    Scotts Miracle-Gro Co announced a quarterly dividend on Friday, April 29th, AnalystRatingsNetwork.com reports. Shareholders of record on Friday, May 27th will be paid a dividend of 0.47 per share on Friday, June 10th.

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  5. Growing a Greener WorldRead the original story

    Friday Apr 29 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    GROWING A GREENER WORLD blends the latest trends in eco-friendly living with traditional gardening know-how. The series highlights the diverse people, organizations and events that seek to raise environmental awareness and encourage better stewardship of the planet.

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  6. HomeWorkXRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | Western morning News

    Our Plymouth based, family run store specialises in quality kitchen and hardware at affordable prices and you can find everything here from kitchenware and electricals to gardening and cleaning products. Home & Garden We have everything you need here to not only decorate your home and garden but also your cakes too! We provide only the best in time honoured, classical brands and products that look great and will stand the test of time.

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  7. Church gardens grow community. It's time to start planting more assertively.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | Anchorage Daily News

    Last year, I wrote about local initiatives some churches have taken by planting church gardens or allowing church property to be used for community gardens . When I started writing that column, I pre-supposed those gardens would be used primarily for producing fresh food for Bean's CafA , Downtown Soup Kitchen and other community organizations that feed the hungry.

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  8. Leaves with leaf gall can simply be removedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | Sun Journal

    We're moving into the time of year when leaf gall of azaleas and camellias becomes noticeable to homeowners and landscapers. Leaf gall is caused by a couple of related Exobasidium fungi, each one specific to its azalea or camellia host.

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  9. Growing your own goodnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    About five years ago, 'vegetable gardening' exploded into the more encompassing 'food gardening' trend, and it's never looked back. It happened quite suddenly for several reasons which all seemed to connect at the same time.

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  10. Parkside one of two schools nationwide you can see these flowersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | WMDT

    Only two schools across the United States have the distinction of having the All America Selections, or AAS, display gardens. One of those just happens to be Parkside High School in Salisbury, Md.

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  11. Royal Botanical Gardens celebrates the opening of David Braley and Nancy Gordon Rock...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | Canada NewsWire

    "After more than 80 years, the time had come to bring the Rock Garden back to the forefront of our community," said RBG CEO retains the historic charm that generations of visitors have cherished, but has truly become a garden for the 21st century, one that embraces environmentally friendly trends in garden design and management while respecting its heritage setting. We are grateful to the Federal and Provincial governments, along with lead donors David Braley and ) Governments and provided the garden with major upgrades in infrastructure, accessibility and landscape design.

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  12. Douglass High, USDA look to train a generation of urban farmersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | The Baltimore Sun

    Tom Vilsack, the USDA secretary, left, and Broderick Johnson, Assistant to the President and the current White House Cabinet Secretary, help plant a vegetable garden at Douglass High School. Tom Vilsack, the USDA secretary, left, and Broderick Johnson, Assistant to the President and the current White House Cabinet Secretary, help plant a vegetable garden at Douglass High School.

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  13. Bonds between grandparents and grandchildrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | Hampton Roads Daily Press

    If wishes were horses beggars would ride . Those of us of a certain age may remember this saying.

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  14. True love is the secretRead the original story

    Friday Apr 29 | Fiji Times

    AFTER losing his limb to diabetes, Adrea Jone thought he would spend the rest of his days in bed, however, this has changed following Severe TC Winston. The 50-year-old Lavena native in the north of Taveuni is doing all he can to assist his wife restore their home and the remains of their livelihood after it was altered by the natural disaster.

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  15. NCDs in iTaukei upRead the original story

    Friday Apr 29 | Fiji Times

    "Families in villages now do shopping in town and buy their food supply from supermarkets and it includes processed and imported foods," he said. "It's no longer the vegetables like bele, tubua or kumala , uvi , breadfruit and tivoli which are healthy food."

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  16. Belt's Beer Garden: Creature ComfortsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | Hustle Belt

    This weeks theme centers around a couple of creatures that I would hate to run into any day of the week. These beers, however, I hope to see as often as possible.

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  17. About-Town 25 mins ago 4:26 p.m.Plant sale Sunday features hostasRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | WBIR-TV Knoxville

    The East Tennessee Hosta Society will hold its annual plant sale at the entrance to the University of Tennessee Gardens on Sunday, May 1st from noon until 4:00. The Hosta of the Year for 2016 is Hosta 'Curly Fries,' It is only the second "little" Hosta to be selected for that honor.

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  18. North Spas is celebrating its 10th birthday with great discounts on hot tubsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | Chronicle Live

    Award winning North Spas can help transform your garden into a hot tub haven. Check out its spectacular sale this weekend The local family business, which has showrooms in Dobbies Ponteland and Birtley, will be selling pre-owned spas for just 1,506-in recognition of the date 1.5.06 when the business launched.

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  19. Yaya "It's MayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | Augusta Magazine

    've always been in awe of gardeners. Their ability to create a beautiful garden is, by my measure, a little bit of magic combined with a whole lot of talent and hard work.

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  20. Spectacular Southern HydrangeasRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 29 | Augusta Magazine

    Their large delicately colored blooms lend cool yet spectacular accents of color to the shady areas of your yard or garden. And with a little planning you can grow a variety of species that will bloom from May to November.

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