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Steven Wynbrandt sticks his hand deep beneath the layers of straw that blanket his enormous compost heap and pulls out a fistful of black gold, sweet and earthy. “Look at this soil,” Wynbrandt says with excitement as his fingers open,...
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Additional work will be done to stabilize the banks of Plumtree Run south of George Street in Bel Air under a contract addendum passed by the Board of Town Commissioners at the most recent town meeting. The addendum to the existing contract with Ecotone...
This year make your gardening experience an environmentally friendly one with five innovative ideas from the Green Bride Guide. Green Bride Guide, a green wedding resource that has relationships with 1,300 green businesses across the country, was...
Tom's Digs - Orlando SentinelA cool day like this really makes us feel like gardening. Along with 35 other residents we have already seen the cooler weather and a hurricane too as we traveled through Canada and along the East Coast. The fall color was great but it is good to be...
Wildflowers are an attractive choice for home gardeners who hope to attract wildlife with plants that are also low-maintenance, and drought- and disease-resistant. Some wildflower varieties require more patience than others, however, requiring several...
My last couple of gardens have been such epic fails that this year, I didn't even try. The decision to take a gardening sabbatical was not an easy on. My youngest children enjoy turning the soil, sowing the seeds, monitoring the growth and — most...
Reunion enjoyed by Home Federal employees To the editor: Employees of the former Home Federal Savings Bank and spouses reunited for a picnic at Doubs Woods County Park on Saturday, Aug. 25. James Failor, a 40-year bank employee who retired as a...
The October-November issue of Organic Gardening magazine features tips for home and garden, including these from its editors: Gardeners love plants, no news in that. Often this enthusiasm results in beds and borders planted all over a property, with...
Dressed in blue jeans and short-sleeve cotton shirts, wet grass clippings caked on their shoes, Whitney and Fred Farris look comfortable and relaxed as they stroll their family farm, a 300-acre elongated point of lush land on the Nansemond River in...
Gardening in shade can be just as beautiful as gardening in sun when you work with what you have. Here are some shade gardening tips from the National Garden Bureau ... www.ngb.org. Gardening in shade 1) Shade gardening often means trying to plant among...
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Can you tell me why my tomatoes crack? I water regularly and fertilize with tomato spikes. Otherwise, the plants look healthy. We had the same problem last year, so we changed the variety, but it didn't help. I would appreciate if you could help me....
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For the dozens of years Barbara Wise has been gardening for herself and others as well as teaching and writing about gardening, she has watched plant lovers make the same mistakes. They pick sun-loving annuals, then stick them in the shade. Put...
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