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1 hr ago | New Hampshire Public Radio -
But face it, we live in an impatient world. And gardeners everywhere were depressed by the brutal and endless winter.
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5 hrs ago | Norwalk Citizen News
A few years ago, Dave Morgan got a call from someone asking if he'd be interested in an assortment of oversize fake fruits and veggies.
5 hrs ago | The Baltimore Sun
A freeze warning is again in effect across the region for early Thursday morning, prompting calls to protect vulnerable plants and stoking worries over the health of local orchards.
9 hrs ago | KNUS-AM Aurora
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9 hrs ago | Star-Telegram.com
From airports to hotels to schools and churches, non-native palm and fruit trees are a popular and costly part of landscaping throughout Florida's Panhandle.
11 hrs ago | ABC News 4 Charleston
Peach lovers may have to wait a while this year. Growers say a late March freeze caused major damage in the Aiken area and the fruit might be scarce until July.
15 hrs ago | WPTV Local News
Florida grapefruit will be featured on Outback Steakhouse menus in South Korea, underscoring the fruit's popularity in that country.
Turners & Growers, the fruit marketer controlled by Germany's BayWa, has agreed to buy Hawke's Bay-based Apollo Apples for as much as $44.1 million as it looks to meet growing global demand.
Out of school and married early, she seemed destined to be just another poor rural woman.
Nasturium flowers are easy to grow, their large seeds can be directly seeded outdoors and they're edible, garden blogger Janice Peterson writes.
The cost of fresh produce is poised to jump in the coming months as a three-year drought in California shows few signs of abating, according to an Arizona State University study set to be released Wednesday.
Alison Roper's swan song as a principal dancer with Oregon Ballet Theatre will be full of pomp and ceremony - and some underlying sadness, even for the people who have to move on without her.
It's hard to tell whether I took this picture of some of our road-trip goodies to accompany this article, for the memories - or as a visual check-off list for next time.
Especially during her high school days, she grew accustomed to having a garden sanctuary - a place to go to take her mind off everything else.
The winter that just won't quit has one more punch for the nation's Heartland - a cold front bringing a brief return to sub-freezing weather, creating concerns for growers of apples, peaches, grapes and other fruit.
When it comes to growing our own food, the natural starting point for most of us is a vegetable garden.
It's hard to avoid hearing references to the juicing craze. Stores and juice bars advertise their latest creations; a friend talks about how juicing cleared her skin or helped her lose weight; Dr. Oz promotes juice cleanses, then warns of risks.