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1 hr ago | Press-Telegram
California's historic drought has folks discussing ways to curtail water use in the garden.
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1 hr ago | Oxford Mail
Farm owner Nick Laister said: "It was great. We had wonderful weather and it was hard work but we all had a bit of fun."
1 hr ago | Chico Enterprise-Record
Denice Lessard carries a box of petitions with 12,262 signatures that she hopes will either force the Butte supervisors to rescind a marijuana cultivation ordinance or force the question to go before county voters as a referendum.
5 hrs ago | San Gabriel Valley Tribune
If you want to double the life of your vase bound roses, or any other cut flowers, for that matter, you will need to add a floral preservative, available at nurseries and florist shops, to the water.
8 hrs ago | SanLuisObispo.com
Q: My limestone house was built in the 1920s. Streaks have developed over time on the limestone in the area where a porch is attached.
12 hrs ago | Sunherald.com
A cluster of three Purple Diamond loropetalums are creating a stunning "wow factor" at our garden and they can do the same in your landscape.
17 hrs ago | Live Science
With a range spanning Alaska to New Mexico, garter snakes are probably the most commonly seen snakes in North America - so the fact that they pose no real threat to humans is good news.
Belfast Garden Club's public monthly meeting and speaker series continues on a special date, Tuesday, April 8th.
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Those who love old houses and dig gardening will fit right in at the upcoming Old House Fair and Home & Garden Show.
TEDxManhattan hosted a big live-streaming event this weekend on " Changing The Way We Eat " with all-kinds of notable speakers -- including Tom Colicchio, Myra Goodman and many others -- addressing issues in the sustainable food and farming movement.
The annual Boston Flower & Garden Show kicks off the Spring season for New Englander's after enduring those long, cold winter months.
In an aging neighborhood bordered by Hurlburt Field and U.S. Highway 98, a small park sat unused and derelict.
The beautiful garden is nestled in the heart of La Canada, just minutes away from Pasadena.
Master Gardener Jeneane Young has been able to grow everything from figs to tomatoes in her garden in Sun City Anthem.
Veteran bulb growers have learned to put patience ahead of pruning in helping their perennials bloom season after season.
Harris Seeds of Rochester , NY invites all veterans to a complimentary breakfast and a free seed starting seminar on March 15, 2014.