Home Gardening Newswire (Page 8)

Home Gardening Newswire (Page 8)

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  1. The inglorious King and the Budha cavesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Times

    As one moves away from Golra and inches closer to Margalla hills, crossing newly-developed sector D-12, history in all its glory and gore awaits him. The village of Shah Allah Ditta welcomes the traveller with open arms and entertains him with stories; these are the stories of foreign invaders, Buddhist monks, Hindu sadhus and Muslim ascetics who left their marks for all times to come.


  2. Tips for homeowners using a septic tank or cesspitRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | This Is Money

    Where there's muck there's brass - especially for companies serving the 3.5 million people not on mains sewerage but using a septic tank or cesspit. The annual bill for living with your own sewage system is usually at least A 100 - the cost of emptying the pit.


  3. To love honeysuckle, plant right one in the right spotRead the original story

    Saturday | Texarkana Gazette

    This undated photo shows trumpet honeysuckle in New Paltz, N.Y. Unlike some other species of honeysuckle, trumpet honeysuckle is sedate enough to make a good garden plant and it blooms all summer long. Who couldn't love a plant with a name that speaks of both sweetness and nurturing? Yet there are those who scorn honeysuckle.


  4. Blooming marvelous! Get a jolly super garden with help from Jilly CooperRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Mail

    Blooming marvellous! Get a jolly super garden with help from Jilly Cooper and a host of the most green-fingered stars in Britain Delphiniums or dogwood trees? Cowslips or clematis? And what to plant next to tomatoes to ward off the white fly. Model, racing driver and 2014 Celebrity MasterChef finalist Jodie, 39, lives near Petworth in West Sussex with son Indio, six.


  5. mega mansion no. 4 and Steveston HighwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Richmond News

    All the talk about the Agricultural Land Reserve and Richmond developers having been permitted to double the maximum house size laid down in provincial guidelines and even add an additional dwelling, thereby allowing land intended for growing food to be gobbled up by luxurious mega-mansions, has made the word corruption flash through my mind. But let me be clear - I'm not accusing anyone in particular of corruption.


  6. Caladiums brighten shade gardens all seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Troy Daily News

    Tuck them into the garden, pop some in a container or dress up a window box. Then water as needed, add a bit of fertilizer and wait for the color explosion.


  7. Experts offer insight into reducing your home's vulnerability to floodingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Post and Courier

    Debris piles like this one along Trapman Street following Tropical Storm Irma last year have come an unsettling familiar sight on some Charleston streets. Rebuilding with more water-resistant material, such as cement board instead of sheetrock, can be a wise move.


  8. Shelter enrichment garden sprouts to lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Dispatch

    Veronica Bullock steadies a weeping willow while other volunteers put dirt around it as they help set up an enrichment garden at the Vance County Animal Shelter. Volunteers help clean up and assemble playground equipment for the Vance County Animal Shelter Enrichment Garden.


  9. Meet the urban farmer who turned his backyard into a market gardenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | ABC News

    But there's a big difference that can't be seen from the street - his backyard has been transformed into a thriving urban market garden. Mr Clapton said the relatively small space had been designed using permaculture principles and his regular lawn had made way for an "urban micro-farm".


  10. Critical Contrast: Terra NitrogenRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Daily Political

    Terra Nitrogen and Scotts Miracle-Gro are both basic materials companies, but which is the superior investment? We will contrast the two companies based on the strength of their dividends, valuation, analyst recommendations, risk, institutional ownership, profitability and earnings. 3.5% of Terra Nitrogen shares are owned by institutional investors.


  11. Marion farm transitioned from dairy to great Blue cheese makerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | SouthCoastToday.com

    When Tim Stone was growing up, he spent summers working on his grandfather's farm in Marion. Called Great Hill Farm, it is now the home of Great Hill Blue cheese.


  12. Art blooms in Frost's - Garden''Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Herald Gazette

    The Jonathan Frost Gallery will host the opening reception for "The Garden of Earthly Delights" Friday, June 1, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. Carl Root will be playing the piano. Among the delights are scenes, in oil, of life in and beside the water: Sally Lee takes us to the swimming pool, Douglas Smith to the beach.


  13. In the Garden: Tricks to keep your garden from becoming a deer smorgasbord - Sat, 26 May 2018 PSTRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Spokesman-Review

    The last thing a gardener wants to see is that a mama deer has brought her kids to see the garden. While it's fun watching deer, observing them up close in your garden or dealing with the consequences of one of their visits is a whole different story.


  14. Dedication set for Woodland a Edible Teaching GardenaRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Daily Democrat

    The garden will be sited on the northeast corner of Woodland's City Hall adjacent to First and Court streets. The ceremony is scheduled for 10 a.m. and is part of Woodland's Dinner on Main, scheduled for September.


  15. Released non-native pets, a risk to British wildlifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Dear Kitty

    This photo shows, right to left: an albino Burmese python, Chilean rose hair tarantula and a barred grass snake, which is native to Britain. LAST year along the canal towpath in rural Northamptonshire we started to hear tales of sightings of a large, exotic and colourful snake, or maybe, more than one.


  16. Day to highlight conservation roleRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Otago Daily Times

    Dunedin Botanic Garden geographic and arboretum collections curator Dylan Norfield examines the rather smelly flower of Aristolochia gigantea in the Winter Garden. The plant is pollinated by flies.


  17. Heat up your imaginationRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Stuff.co.nz

    William Morris, probably the most famous 19th-century textile and wallpaper designer, said: "Whatever you have in your rooms, think first of the walls for they are that which makes your house and home." Wallpapers were once only popular with the devout and the poor - typically block printed with religious icons.


  18. Petition may bring peace in War of the RosesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Dorsetecho.co.uk

    People power could save a 92-year-old's pretty roses after her parish council insisted she should remove the border in front of her cottage as it stands on a village green. Almost 8,000 people have backed a petition to save the flowers in front of Thelma Peppert's attractive house in Dalton Piercy near Hartlepool.


  19. Shopping for ScentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | BellaOnline

    Shopping for scents has become a ritual, so to speak, for each new season. I've found that if I change my scent choices each season, I won't get board with a given aroma.


  20. Growing a Greener WorldRead the original story

    Saturday | 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.