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Some nurseries are offering plants that are free of an insecticide that experts have partly blamed for a die-off of bee populations in recent years.
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Melissa Morris, center, project specialist at Tennyson High School, leads a group of students in the school's community garden and farm in Hayward, Calif., Friday April 11, 2014.
4 hrs ago | Wiltshire Times
Trowbridge Town Council is supporting Trowbridge in Bloom to celebrate the 50th anniversary of RHS Britain in Bloom this year by planting sunflowers in Poet's Corner behind the Civic Centre.
9 hrs ago | South Yorkshire Times
NHS staff from across Yorkshire got their hands dirty for a good cause by helping at a community engagement gardening project at Cantley Community Centre.
Winter is over and now it's that fleeting time of year known as spring. You know that time, when it's warm to hot but not muggy and oppressive about it? Sometimes it can feel like this blessed time is here only for a few days, but we have a good few weeks left to enjoy springtime.
Spanish or butterfly lavender combines wonderfully with white flowers, as I recently observed in an attractive planter bed.
That’s when the dark-pillared rotunda is decorated with live flowers, trees and ferns, most from its own greenhouses.
Julie Hilling, the MP for Bolton West, visited Moss Bank Park to see community project The Hive, which is run by Lancashire Wildlife Trust, and has been teaching residents how to grow and cook their own food for almost a year.
The Chinese fringetrees have been on the spectacular side the last week or so, and they will be the same in your garden as they have in Savannah, Ga.
The Kentucky Division of Forestry is joining with the Marshall County Soil and Water Conservation District and the park naturalist to offer free earth-friendly items to the community from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. CDT at the lobby entrance patio.
More than 75 years ago, a Tennessee land developer named Garnet Carter embarked on an ingenious campaign to lure tourists to his mountaintop attraction to see some rocks.
But face it, we live in an impatient world. And gardeners everywhere were depressed by the brutal and endless winter.
The Lakewood resident, and president of the Tahoma Fuchsia Society, was overwintering her fuchsias on her deck when the ice struck, bringing havoc to countless South Sound gardeners.
VOICES OF FAITH: 'DO NOT PUT THE LORD GOD TO THE TEST,' JESUS SAID, BUT DON'T WE DO THIS ALL THE TIME? The Rev.
Green-fingered Eleanor Waterhouse and Kate Bennett met more than 30 years ago when they were both pregnant with their first children.
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 .