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Contributing columnistLast month I warned that setting out tender annuals too soon is not a good idea. Not everyone listened. Yes, I saw you at that local house of temptation, your favorite plant supplier, buying those luscious ferns, begonias and mandevilla hanging baskets,...
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email@example.comJames Ross is outstanding in his field. Ross laughs easily at the old joke, standing in the middle of a field taking shape as a community garden he is helping to seed, feed and grow in Danville. He sports his trademark straw hat that is as much a part...
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Hospice yard sale is Saturday Heritage Hospice will host a yard sale from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday at its office building at 120 Enterprise Drive off Lebanon Road, across from A Children's Place. American Legion to have breakfast American...
While driving around parts of Kentucky during the past several weeks the evidence of poison hemlock (Conium maculatum) is widespread. Although this plant is often seen along roadways, abandoned lots, fence rows and other non-cropland sites, in recent...
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There’s a palpable vegetal excitement in the air, now, as spring springs forward flora-ly. When the green wave arrives in Kentucky, gardeners get as excited as kids on a beach. If you’re dreaming of fresh greens and snap beans, now’s...
Contributing columnistEditors note: “Welcome to My Garden” is a monthly column of news and advice for gardeners and would-be gardeners in the Danville area. Every year about this time I get bitten by Spring Fever. After winter’s long, dreary days, warm...
Contributing columnistWhen we moved into our house six years ago, there were absolutely no flowers in the backyard — none at all! Now, I have a huge butterfly bush, azaleas, coneflowers, lilies of all varieties, columbine, hostas, hibiscus, hydrangeas — the list...
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Contributing columnistBy now, you have received seed catalogs for the 2012 vegetable-growing season. While listening to the cold wind blow outside, what a comfort it is to think about spring and summer and planning your garden. To make the most of your garden, every...
Boyle library gears up for gardening Friends of the Danville/Boyle County Public Library will have the program “Gardening for Success and New Plants for 2010, 2011, & 2012” at noon March 21 in the community room at the library....
Contributing WriterNice weekend! There is still a little chill in the air but the trees, grass and flowers know it’s time to grow. Everything is leafing out and many of the fruit trees are in blossom. The birds are nesting and our bees have been out in force gathering...
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The faded newspaper clipping shows a small girl with a wide smile, holding a gigantic head of lettuce. The girl is me, in 1964. The lettuce was a prize-winning product of my first elementary school garden. That ancient photo — emailed to me this...
Tags: Lettuce, Tomatoes, Zucchini, Lifestyle and Leisure, Mother's Day
Lehigh Valley Master GardenersMaster Gardener Barb sent these thoughts about Stokes aster: One of the things I love best about gardening in the spring is watching the daily changes in the growth and development of my garden plants. For example, this morning I......
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