Daily Beast The GMO Fight Moves to Washington State LA Weekly (blog) In November, California had the chance to pass the country's first wide-sweeping law mandating the labeling of foods made with genetically modified ingredients.
I know, some of you in the really cold places are wishing it would get up to 24, but for us here is western washington, 24 is cold. Mild winters are alright by me, but frost makes for some nice pictures and possible dead plants.
Elena Williams's insight:
I think this is the foothills of the Cascades and not near the sound.
Timeless beauty of blooming hydrangeas back in style Mackay Daily Mercury THIS would have to be one of the most rewarding plants to grow - lovely soft, deep-green foliage contrasted with huge, brightly coloured flowers.
Black spot is a fungal disease of roses. The challenging part of controlling it is that the fungal spores attach under the leaf and take 5-7 days and moisture to germinate so that by the time you see this, it is a bad infection.
Gardeners Bloom Day! Spring has finally sprung here in the Northwest and there are lots of blooms! Some of the early bloomers are fading, but a lot of annuals have taken up the cause. Happy bloom day to one and all!
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