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  • Stratford Student Club Helps The Environment

    Stratford Student Club Helps The Environment
  • On Gardening: Black Adder is the star of butterfly season

    Black Adder is bring in butterflies like there is no tomorrow. The anise hyssop has been one of my favorite perennials for years not only for the bottlebrush-like spikes of blue flowers but also for attracting every bee and butterfly in the neighborhood....

    Guide to Morton Arboretum: Seeing the forest and the trees

    Guide to Morton Arboretum: Seeing the forest and the trees
    AlongĀ one of the miles and miles of footpath at The Morton Arboretum, I stopped on a recent Monday to soak in the scene. The forest floor was a bright yellow carpet. Above me, more leaves, yellow and orange and green, still clung to their makers. The...

    Home-garden news for Oct. 30: Recycle used electronics; earn about vines and annuals at horticultural event

    How vines can become a focal point in gardens is the topic of the next meeting of the Hampton Roads Horticultural Society. The speaker, Mick Andruczyk, is a Chesapeake Extension Agent, said a society spokeswoman. "Mike's discussion will group vines by...

    Just like CSI: Crime-scene expert investigating DNA of mangoes

    CORAL GABLES, Fla. Michael Hass wears a white lab coat as he leans over the liquid nitrogen to grind a brittle a leaf from a mango tree with mortar and pestle into fine white powder. He is attempting to break the leaf cells open in order to extract DNA,...