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33 min ago | Globe and Mail
City workers remove the remains of a Lawson Cypress tree due to root rot in front of City Hall in Vancouver, British Columbia, Wednesday, August 27, 2014.
4 hrs ago | Brandon Sun
Brandon's community gardeners are losing their vegetables to thieves and vandals, prompting an appeal to the public and a warning about possible police involvement.
8 hrs ago | Redlands Daily Facts
Aphids, those tiny pear-shaped pests known as plant lice, are terribly fond of milkweeds and a significant infestation of them will keep monarch butterflies away.
12 hrs ago | The Guardian
Cape Town is a place of wry contrasts, a place where you might encounter an international fashion model, a hippie or a "bergie" .
12 hrs ago | Philly.com
The fast-paced growth of Philadelphia's lower Spring Garden neighborhood quickened Wednesday, with the official groundbreaking of a massive, $160 million luxury apartment complex.
12 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
A visit to the Flower Garden in the eastern Czech city of Kromeriz is like traveling 300 years back in time.
13 hrs ago | The Navajo Times
The Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks says the 6-year-old female and two cubs were captured by tribal biologists earlier this year and moved to the east side of Hungry Horse Reservoir to keep them away from homes.
17 hrs ago | IcSuttoncoldfield
This is the Midland youngster who became an internet sensation by letting rip with the F-word after taking the ice bucket challenge.
18 hrs ago | SFGate
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Bokashi, the practice of fermenting kitchen waste to use in your garden and landscape, has long been practiced in Asia and is starting to gain ground in this country.
Everything old is new again in the garden. Recent interest in organic gardening and self sustaining lifestyles have prompted many to look to the past for unique gardening techniques.
"My kids and I started a vegetable garden this year, and we are growing zucchinis.
Summer produce is fresh, plentiful and healthy! Late summer to fall is the sweet spot of the year's harvest, so jump on the farm bandwagon and grab your tote bags.
It's the quintessential potluck food: seven-layer salad. With its layers of iceberg lettuce, peas, tomatoes, onions, cheddar cheese, bacon and mayonnaise, it's colorful, crunchy and creamy all in one bite.
These beautiful gardens, some hidden, and some that can be seen right from the street, are places created to rest and rejuvenate or perhaps just to steal a moment away from a busy day.
GARDENERS who went on holiday confident that friends and family would water, deadhead and harvest their crops in their absence must be feeling pretty smug.
When Ann and Glen Gage downsized from their expansive home and garden in Switzerland to a San Francisco town house, one of the things they missed most was the koi pond they'd built and tended for years.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 09:42 pm
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