Home Gardening Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Heavy Rain Blamed For Flash Floods In Central KYRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | WLEX-TV Lexington

    Minutes after flash flood warnings were issued in Central Kentucky it didn't long before several creeks near Levee Road started to overflow. "There's two, three other little creeks that come in and if it rains for an hour or hour and a half they all come together and then it comes up quick," said Tony Terry, who lives on Kiddville Road.

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  2. Wisch List: Short on holidays, August long on fun in ChicagoRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Daily Journal/Sunday Journal

    It's the only month of the 12 that's without an official holiday, which probably gives it a complex. Thankfully, though, Chicago offers plenty of events to keep August - and you - plenty busy.

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  3. Talkback Gardening 300716Read the original story

    14 hrs ago | ABC News

    Get the right advice for your garden with Jon Lamb and Ashley Walsh on our Gardening Podcast. This podcast includes arborist Shane Selway on wind damage to trees and Dan Duval from the Botanic Gardens of SA on the importance of saving native seeds.

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  4. Plant profile: Flame peaRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | West Australian

    There are some pretty stunning and vibrant flowers that are exploding in bushland around WA, the most popular and notable the bright orange pea flower of Chorizema cordatum. There are about 17 species of Chorizema, but cordatum is the most readily available.

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  5. Garden Guru: Cora Cascade vinca spreading color, happinessRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | SavannahNow

    Cora Cascade's violet colored selection stands out in this mixed container. Photo by Norman Winter/For Savannah Morning News Cora Cascade works in a tropical setting or any other style you prefer.

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  6. North Sydney Food Bank has alternative to traditional gardeningRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Cape Breton Post

    From left, volunteers Paige Cox, Michael Cox and Lawrence Shebib, co-chair of the North Sydney Food Bank Society, show off the garden tower used for growing vegetables indoors. "It's pretty amazing," said society co-chair Lawrence Shebib.

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  7. Acts of kindness PhotoRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | Prince Albert Daily Herald

    PAGC summer youth program chaperone Jared Custer said it's important teach children to be thankful and respectful at a young age. Edna Bruce wasn't expecting guests when members of the Prince Albert Grand Council summer youth program stopped by the YWCA Our House shelter.

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  8. She, with the pen In Mahasweta Devi's fiction, the dispossessed told their own truthsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Indian Express

    "A billion moons pass. A billion lunar years. Opening her eyes after a million light years, Draupadi, strangely enough, sees sky and moon.

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  9. Summer BreezeRead the original story

    15 hrs ago | The Alpenhorn News

    Well, we survived all the Fourth of July fireworks extravaganzas without burning down the mountain, so now it's time to get on with the rest of summer. One of the best things about summer in sunny Southern California, no matter whether you reside at the beach, the inland valleys or in the mountains, is that cool, refreshing ocean breeze that blows through late in the day.

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  10. MUN Botanical Garden protects unique plantsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Telegram

    Todd Boland, research horticulturalist at the Memorial University of Newfoundland Botanical Garden, with a sample of salix jejuna, also known as barrens willow. The plant grows on limestone barrens and has never been found anywhere else in the world.

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  11. Growing A Greener WorldRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | WETK-TV Colchester

    A common misconception of food gardens is that they're ugly and unsuitable in front yards or as ornamental displays. Accordingly, they're typically relegated to out of sight corners in backyards.

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  12. Rare, foul-smelling 'corpse flower' blooms in New York CityRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | WDUN-AM Gainesville

    A foul smelling plant known as the "corpse flower" is finally blooming at the New York Botanical Garden in New York City. Visitors were waiting in line more than an hour to see the rare bloom.

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  13. Steve well underway with fresh challenges after Land's End to John O'Groats walkRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | This is Wiltshire

    DESPITE having walked from one end of the country to the other to raise awareness of mental health issues, Steve Carr has not been resting up since his return to Swindon. The 40-year-old - who marked his milestone birthday during his Land's End to John O'Groats walk - set himself the epic challenge after battling mental health problems, drug addiction and homelessness in the wake of the death of his older brother Paul in 1991.

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  14. Dan's Garden 7/29Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | KFYR-TV Bismarck

    Dan Cashman went to North Dakota's tourist city of the West to show us what can still be done. This week we have a great treat for all our viewers, especially those in the western part of the state because we are in Medora, North Dakota.

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  15. Pelargoniums: variety is the spice of lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    Pelargoniums are among the most popular summer flowers, the leaves of the South African pink, red and white beauties bringing vivid colour and often wonderful scents to the garden. But pelargoniums can offer much more than that, as I discovered on a visit to the Swiss capital, Bern, earlier this month.

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  16. Designer Shares Gardening TipsRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | The San Ramon Valley Sentinel

    Gardening Enthusiasts Can Learn Simple DIY Drip Irrigation and other Gardening Tips to Save up to 40 Percent Water and Grow Beautiful Blooms All Summer Long Shirley Bovshow, nationally-syndicated TV host and garden designer will be at two Central Contra Costa Home Depot store locations on Saturday, July 30 and Sunday, July 31 leading free DIY Drip Irrigation Workshops and sharing gardening tips. Ms. Bovshow will demonstrate how anyone can install a dripline in their garden in only a few hours, saving water and money.

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  17. A yummy but easy blueberry muffin recipe just in time for blueberry seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Bangor Daily News

    So blueberry season is now upon us in Maine. One of the reasons I love the Maine summer is that we have three berry seasons: We start with strawberry season; then the raspberries come; and we end on blueberries.

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  18. Refugee community finds "New Roots" in CharlottesvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Charlottesville Tomorrow

    A local food program is working to improve the lives of refugees in the Charlottesville area and provide them with access to nutritious foods. "Maybe half of the people here are from farming backgrounds and so people were interested in having access to land to continue to get to do something that they knew," said Brooke Ray, senior manager for the International Rescue Committee's food and agriculture programs.

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  19. VIDEO: What does a corpse flower really smell like?Read the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Fox News

    Jul. 29, 2016 - 2:10 - Crowds flock to New York's Botanical Garden for a whiff of the rare plant in bloom

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  20. Fork in the Road: West Point and Callaway GardensRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | WTOC-TV Savannah

    Our latest stop in the Chattahoochee Valley eating tour landed us in West Point with one quick stop in Callaway Gardens to get things started off. In our two previous destinations, Eufaula and Americus, the dining experiences were strictly lunch and dinner.

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