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Green-fingered Eleanor Waterhouse and Kate Bennett met more than 30 years ago when they were both pregnant with their first children.
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By Joseph Hosey Crest Hill, Illinois - The owner of an indoor garden center feared he would be driven out of business after DEA stakeouts of his store were exposed in stories posted by Patch .
This spring, members of the Wheeling Fire Department will trade in fire hoses for garden hoses - and in doing so, they hope to cultivate a stronger relationship with the community.
Am I getting gaga, or is this one of the most beautiful spring seasons we have had recently? The soft green haze, interrupted by bursts of white and pink from our cherry and magnolia trees, seems to fill the air with hope.
A cast of a Tyrannosaurus rex discovered in Montana greeted visitors to the Museum of Natural History on Tuesday.
"Garden Buddies: Growing in Christ's Likeness" is a new collaborative effort aimed at tackling the issue of food insecurity and creating skilled gardeners in Ashe County.
Nasturium flowers are easy to grow, their large seeds can be directly seeded outdoors and they're edible, garden blogger Janice Peterson writes.
This undated photo shows the Star of Persia in New Paltz, New York. Flowering onions -- alliums -- mostly appear as pastel pompoms atop slender stalks.
Offenders drove across a field and smashed through a wooden fence to gain access to the property and then broke off a padlock to get into the barn.
Boys with autism were three times more likely to have been exposed to antidepressants known as SSRIs in the womb than typically developing children, according to new research.
Seventeen-year-old Nancy Ondra had high hopes for her first garden: This is going to be easy, fast and inexpensive.
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.
When it comes to growing our own food, the natural starting point for most of us is a vegetable garden.
One of the plants propagated from the ancient yew at Taxal Church, as part of a Royal Botanical Garden Edinburgh project.
From a news release: The annual Maryland House & Garden Pilgrimage returns for six weekends this spring from Saturday, April 26, through Saturday, May 31. Stops feature some of Maryland's most historic properties, including the grave of a man who played a key role in the creation of the national anthem and other landmarks from the War of 1812.
Stanmore School's 'green team' have been labouring for weeks to design and develop the school quad's memorial garden.