WEEKEND: Soroptimist Gala Garden to bloom in Sequim Peninsula Daily Sequim Soroptimists Susan Smith, Kathy Purcell, Linda Klinefelter and Joan Hayes, from left, prepare plants for the club's 15th annual Gala Garden Show, which is this weekend in...
Dallas Morning News Dallas Arboretum's children's garden opening delayed until fall Dallas Morning News “As there are many planned public activities associated with the opening, the fall is a more advantageous time to share this first-of-its-kind...
Cleveland Botanical Garden's Big Spring celebration welcomes families and ... Plain Dealer CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Expect imagination-fueled fun and gorgeous blooms in Big Spring, Cleveland Botanical Garden's multisensory salute to the season of renewal.
Local Community Garden Offering Classes for Children Patch.com Beginning in April the children will be planting spring and summer crops from seed directly into the garden, such as carrots, cucumbers, lettuce, spinach, peas, radish, okra, summer...
The second garden in this series is the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Garden. I first visited this garden in Seal Harbor, Maine on Mount Desert Island in 1997. It was love at first sight. Carrie (my then fiancee, now wife) and.
This summer, we're planning on building a permaculture garden in our back parking lot. The center of the project is a 140-foot long, 12-foot wide, 6-foot high berm, filled with logs and covered with dirt and plants.
Green Thumb: Japanese Garden site, focus of workshop Memphis Commercial Appeal In May, the almost 50-year-old garden will serve as the backdrop for a three-day workshop hosted by the North American Japanese Garden Association and the botanic garden.
Gardening events to suit many tastes Macon Telegraph (blog) The weather was absolutely perfect last weekend. Everyone I've talked to was outside this working on something -- anything to enjoy the weather.
Proctor: Spring garden cleanup 9NEWS.com KUSA - Get out the pruners, kneeling pad and pain relievers: it's time to cleanup the garden. Cutting perennials down to ground level now allows light to hit the emerging new growth.
All gardeners have favorite tools that they would not be without. When buying, look for good-quality products, but don’t feel you have to buy the most expensive. A basic tool kit will enable you to do most jobs in the garden.
Chestnut Hill Local (blog) Local garden club wins top prize at Flower Show Chestnut Hill Local (blog) Some say diamonds are a girl's best friend, but the girls of Random Garden Club prefer blue ribbons.
Plant Fair Features Items Unique to the South; Tour and Workshop; Spring Beauty Head to Callaway Gardens for inspiration and ideas for this Spring’s garden and bring a plant list and a vehicle large enough to take home all of the great finds from...
In this long-form interview, we discuss his new book, The Intelligent Gardener, which he co-wrote with Erica Reinheimer. I read the book a month ago. It's really good. In it, Steve argues that the key to growing healthy crops is ...
CBS Local First Lady's White House Kitchen Garden An Inspiration For Healthy Eating CBS Local WASHINGTON (WJZ)—Growing healthy kids by growing healthy food. First Lady Michelle Obama's White House garden is doing just that.
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