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With St. Patrick's Day, another kind of green comes to mind for local gardeners -- a green thumb. David Coveyou of Coveyou Scenic Farm Market says that mid-March is a good time to plant those vegetable seeds in indoor pots. "Most people gardening at...
Gardening can be great exercise, but few gardeners, me included, take time to warm up and stretch the way we would before any other exercise activity. More gardeners sustain injuries during the spring time than any other time of year. Unless you have...
By John Maruskin The Bluegrass Drawing Society has a show in the Clark County Public Library’s Rose Mary Codell Brooks Community Room that will be on display throughout March during regular library hours when the room is not in use. The next...
So have you had your fill of winter? Me, too! If enough snow has melted in your yard, try clipping a couple crabapple, apple, or other flowering tree or shrub branches and bring them indoors to force into bloom. I love to force our native red osier...
Tags: Snow Storms, Hobbies, Lifestyle and Leisure
Chicago ShoppingTackling your landscape can be quite the undertaking and, whether a novice dirt pusher or a professional perennial sculptor, you need a plan. Not to mention, a quality retailer nearby that houses a wide variety of supplies to help accomplish your...
Lehigh Valley Master GardenersA frozen ground shouldn't deter you from gardening, according to Sandy Visintainer, a Luzerne County Master Gardener. You can start a spring garden now in containers! At a workshop this past weekend, Sandy reviewed 8 steps to help successfully grow......
Lehigh Valley Master GardenersWho's ready to talk about gardening? Die hard gardeners are soothing their need to grow things by poring through seed catalogs and browsing seed racks at local stores. We are also saying things like "did you notice the days are......
If the Super Bowl is over, can spring and the gardening season be far away? Well, yes. If holidays are the markers on the highway to warm weather, we still have to get through Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day and this year's early Easter. Not to...
Tags: Lettuce, Holidays, New York City, Hobbies, Agriculture
What gift is more traditional on Valentine's Day than a bouquet of red roses? Red roses represent respect and a creative spirit. They symbolize romantic love and enduring passion. But as beautiful as they are, cut flowers have a short life. Within days,...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure
While ethanol plants in other parts of the country are cutting production or shutting down because of a down market, local plants are pushing production to their limits. It is not that the strategy is producing big profits, but it is allowing plants to...
Almanac Average temperature: High 74, low 51 Rainfall: 2.35 inches Central Florida average last frost date: Feb. 15 The moon 1. Moon phases •Last quarter: Feb. 3 •New moon: Feb. 10 •First quarter: Feb. 17 •Full moon: Feb....
Tags: Fertilizer, Salvia, Thyme, Tree Pruning, Lifestyle and Leisure
There is a new disease that is showing up in flower gardens all over the country that is attacking impatiens. Impatiens Downy Mildew was first seen in a few areas of the country but now seems to be fairly wide spread, including here in the Dakotas. This...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Guinea
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