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Whoever believes there's nothing new under the sun hasn't seen the plants introduced for the 2013 gardening season.
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You loved a lime-sparked gin cocktail perfumed with lavender that refreshed you in New York, and the lemon, mint and verbena mocktail that cooled you in Miami.
Feed citrus trees once again: Mature citrus trees need a yearly total of 1.6 pounds of nitrogen fertilizer, divided into four equal portions applied in late January, early March, late April and early June - about six weeks apart - and distributed around the drip line.
Elementary school students in southern Indiana have worked with a volunteer beautification group to create a garden honoring Jeffersonville's namesake and the nation's third president.
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Buy this photo From left are Phillip Osman, head gardener at the Heelis building, Anne Whiteside and Donna Hamilton.
For local students, growing 750 pounds of produce and donating it to a local food bank is a thing of the past.
The 51-year-old, who owns Hardy's Cottage Garden Plants, in Freefolk Priors, near Whitchurch, found out on Tuesday morning that she had secured the top prize for her 108 square metre display in The Great Pavilion at the London flower show.
Trade those yesteryear plants for something that adds drama, color and eye-catching elements to your yard.
Schoolchildren from New Jersey shore communities battered by Superstorm Sandy will join Michelle Obama for a garden harvest next week.
New York's Central Park provides the fixings for much of her larder, which includes wines, pickles, jams and jellies made from flavourful weeds.
Just the other day, in North Hollywood on Sylvan Street, I bumped into two of my favorite trees.
The annual gardening competition, Billericay In Bloom, has been launched and greenfingered enthusiasts of any age are invited to enter their brightest blooms and greenest gardens.
The brutal murder of a soldier has inspired a gardener to extend his charity mowathon to raise money for Help for Heroes.
Among those representing the county at the event, which ends on Saturday, was the team from Kelways Garden Centre in Langport.
Helpers nurture seedlings at Rothamsted Research in advance of Markyate plant sale in aid of Hospice of St Francis, May 2013 Spring is here and it's time to get out and about - and if you like nothing more than having a nose around somebody else's glorious garden, there are some dates for your diary on the horizon.