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Gardening

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  • On Gardening: Native cross vine creates picture-perfect arbor or trellis

    My jaw dropped as I stared at the most beautiful cross vine used to perfection. It is a rare garden I visit where the native cross vine is used to its true potential, but such is the case at home in Savannah, Ga.'s beautiful historic district. The...
  • Explore history at free Community Day in Bethlehem

    Saturday is free Community Day at Burnside Plantation in Bethlehem. The annual event presented by Historic Bethlehem features activities and demonstrations 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. that will give you a peek into the past. Take a tour guided by colonial...
  • Announcements: Jug Bay meeting, fire department recruitment, AAUW meeting, QAC Earth Day, Cortland Jones book signing, Senior Provider Group, social security seminar, Sons of the Severn barbershop chorus, Green Drinks, Compass Regional Hospice healthcare decisions

    Jug Bay annual meeting The Friends of Jug Bay will hold its annual meeting from 2:30 to 5 p.m. April 12 at Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary, 1361 Wrighton Road in Lothian. The meeting will begin with refreshments followed by annual reports for FY 2015 by...
  • Research and respect go into restoring a John Lautner guesthouse

    Research and respect go into restoring a John Lautner guesthouse
    Although most of us know about architect John Lautner through iconic works such as the circular Chemosphere house or the Silvertop estate, his first official commission in Los Angeles was a modest 600-square-foot guesthouse, a refuge that has the peaceful...
  • Tips: How to grow your best tomatoes

    Nothing beats the flavor of fresh-from-the-garden tomatoes. Make this your biggest and tastiest tomato harvest yet with proper planting and care. Reduce pest problems and increase the harvest by growing your tomatoes in a sunny location with well-drained...
  • Growing rhododendrons in Chicago: Soil condition is key

     Growing rhododendrons in Chicago: Soil condition is key
    I planted several different types of evergreen rhododendrons two years ago. Most appear to have thinned out and have visible dead branches this spring. They also have some yellow to brown leaves, with some of the different cultivars much worse than...
  • LaGrange Highlands students dig into garden project

    LaGrange Highlands students dig into garden project
    A little dirt under fingernails and in shoes didn't deter a gung-ho group of gardeners April 11 at a LaGrange Highlands school. Students, staff and parents rolled up their sleeves to build 10 raised beds in several shapes and sizes at Highlands...
  • Glen Burnie West: The Knights are off to see the Wizard

    Glen Burnie West: The Knights are off to see the Wizard
    When a familiar foursome skip down the yellow brick road this weekend, three of them will be saying goodbye. The North County High School drama club will present the family favorite "The Wizard of Oz" at 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, with a...
  • Aquaponics class a first for Master Gardeners

    An aquaponic gardening class drew 20 people to Bigelow Brook Farm in Eastford on April 11. The class was part of the UConn Extension Master Gardener program, an educational program that combines classroom and hands-on learning with community outreach. The...
  • Women's group teaches Newport News students healthy choices

    Women's group teaches Newport News students healthy choices
    NEWPORT NEWS — Master gardener Laura Hill, from the James City County-Williamsburg cooperative extension, appraised a group assembled Sunday to plant a vegetable garden in a courtyard at Carver Elementary School. The group included third- and...
  • Carver Elementary gets vegetable garden

    Third and fourth graders from Carver Elementary School, high school students from the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Young Achievers and members of the Newport News chapter of The Links, an international community outreach organization for professional...