I mean how cool would it be to drive, walk, or fly by a billboard converted to an urban garden overflowing with verdant foliage? If the folks behind the Urban Air project are successful, they will be transforming advertising billboards … Read More...
All of these recipes are for chefs that like cooking, people new to cooking and those that love eating! A large effort was made to keep the original versions but explain a little more about how to do it. Starting off as a gift to our kids and preserving the family favorites, the project grew from others donating some of their favorites too. Check out http://favoriterecipecollection.com! Home Page...
Congrats to the San Francisco Giants! Hit a horticultural home run for the World Champs of baseball. Sunset’s Julie Chai steps up to the plate with black mondo grass in orange pots—or black pansies can pinch hit in copper and terracotta containers.
Jack-o-Lantern carving may date back to an old story involving a turnip. Look it up. Can turnips really get large enough to hold a candle? Judging from a couple of freak radishes this summer, it’s very possible.
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