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Gardening

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  • Flower series blooms with daffodils

    Flower series blooms with daffodils
    Many things can kill a daffodil -- too much moisture and wind, clumsy trimming, alkaline soil. For novice gardeners, experts at the Chicago Botanic Garden can help protect your lemony perennials and save the garden. Competitive daffodil-growers and...
  • Make Illinois a rest stop for Monarch butterflies

    Make Illinois a rest stop for Monarch butterflies
    A highway commissioner from Chicago Heights and an Illinois Garden Club official from Frankfort have joined forces in a statewide campaign to provide "rest stops" for Monarch butterflies on roadsides and back yards. The population of the Monarch...
  • Volunteering in Anne Arundel

    Annapolis Optimists Volunteers 18 and older are needed to help with the organization's youth-based programs, which include sports, Scouts, camps, charitable campaigns, teaming youth with law enforcement agencies and more. Information: 410-268-5878 or...
  • Worth Noting: Race honors memory of former Bowie High student

    Worth Noting: Race honors memory of former Bowie High student
    The fourth annual Chuck Pacholkiw Memorial Scholarship 5K race/walk will take place at 9 a.m. Saturday with the start and finish at the Bowie High School Track. The event has been set up to honor the memory and accomplishments of BHS Class of 2005...
  • Glastonbury Is Organizing A Pumpkin-Growing Contest

    Glastonbury Is Organizing A Pumpkin-Growing Contest
    GLASTONBURY — David Ahlgren journeys to Maine each fall for the annual Damariscotta Pumpkinfest and Regatta. Events include underwater giant pumpkin-carving, giant pumpkins being dropped on junk cars, and a giant pumpkin catapult. So he figured,...
  • Retail Therapy: Reap (fun) and sow for Earth Day

    Hug the planet: Celebrate Earth Day at a family-friendly event from noon to 3 p.m. Saturday at the District at Tustin Legacy. Enjoy activities for all ages, food samples, giveaways, contests, music and more. Information: thedistricttl.com. Make a...
  • Yorktown Garden stroll, ecoFest, Historic Garden Week and 20,000-square-foot dream home

    Yorktown's Hidden Treasures Garden Stroll and Plant Sale offers visitors tours of five private gardens on Friday-Saturday, April 24-25 in Historic Yorktown Village. The 10 a.m.-4 p.m. event includes artwork by local artists and students. Indoor and...
  • Of family, gardens and impermanence

    Grant Hier stands before a tree in his vegetation-heavy frontyard, holding up a copy of his new book and trying to match its cover to the spot on the trunk that is captured in the photo. The Chinese lace elm, planted by Hier's maternal grandmother more...
  • Florida travel calendar for May

    Florida travel calendar for May
    Check out festivals and events in May across the state. This list is organized by region. Central Florida (including Orlando, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, Sanford, the Space Coast, Lakeland/Polk and Lake County) May 1: Jazz Friday at Foosaner Museum...
  • Love where you live: Dear Diary

    Dear Diary, I'd like to put down in writing how very lucky Park Ridge is! I know it's well past the month of March where we talk about the luck o' the Irish, but I just had to journal about all the great green things happening in and around Park Ridge...
  • Boynton Beach High School puts on first Earth Day event

    Boynton Beach High School puts on first Earth Day event
    Boynton Beach Community High School is now a Green School of Excellence. The Green Schools Recognition Program is coordinated by Florida Atlantic University's Pine Jog Environmental Education Center in collaboration with community partners and the...