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48 min ago | The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
Do you want to create flavorful dishes like the chefs at fancy restaurants? Do you love the smell of fresh herbs but aren't sure how to use them? Are you interested in gardening, but just don't know where to start? Edgewood Communities on the Lutheran Campus in Jamestown is hosting another seminar in its Best of Times Series.
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With spring less than 10 days away, people are focusing on everything from gardening to flooding, and the National Weather Service recently released its Spring Flood Outlooks.
Have you heard of the Cullowhee Community Garden? Or the Black Mountain Tailgate Market? How about the Downtown Welcome Table? Our new, online Farm + Garden page hopes to be a resource for WNC growers and eaters to connect and learn.
Explore some of the state's most historic and well-preserved properties when the annual Maryland House & Garden Pilgrimage returns for six weekends this spring from Saturday, April 26 through Saturday, May 31. A Maryland tradition for 77 years, the Pilgrimage offers the opportunity to explore some of Maryland's most fascinating and noteworthy ... (more)
The calendar may say winter, but your garden is thinking spring. It's time to fertilize and prepare plants for rapid spring growth.
There is a season for everything, but this is ridiculous. Winter shows no signs of letting up in many parts of the country, and many people I know are "done with winter" as I've heard many times lately.
While the streets of the Banff National Park townsite are virtually awash with 3.5 million visitors a year, the Cascades of Time Garden located at the end of Banff Avenue and on the way to the Banff Springs Hotel offers a surprising break from the frenetic pace.
Manager Matthew Jackman offered to assist the care home residents with their garden to mark his firm's 10th anniversary.
CHILDREN have been banned from playing in part of a nursery's play area over claims debris is falling there from the scrapyard next door.
"I think it is one of the most important questions we can ask as a society," the Sumner resident said.
Estella Lee is justifiably proud of the watering system she has set up in her bountiful garden.
The sun is out and temperatures are up, but don't be deceived. Plant early and you'll plant often is an old saying that contains more than a kernel of caution for avid gardeners.
An innovative project installed by the city to cleanse storm water naturally before it reaches San Francisco Bay is serving as an inspiration for a similar, but larger project planned for El Cerrito and six other East Bay cities.
The price of cabbage is always low around St. Patrick's Day, making it the perfect time to pick up some extra.
The corner of 11th Street and Cumberland Avenue will not come alive with tents, trees, shrubs and garden plants this year.
What started out as a mishmosh of Tupperware containers, cardboard, and Duct tape is now a functioning system of pipes, drains, and plastic that turns a standard fish tank into a self-cleaning aquarium and garden - all in one system.