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Gardening

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  • Master Gardener Linda Fleming Likes Sharing Her Secrets

    "Bloom where you're planted." Linda Fleming has lived by that saying, nurturing gardens in her native Oklahoma, keeping a positive outlook when she and her husband, Mike, pulled up stakes for Utah, later returning to Oklahoma and twice having planted...
  • Volunteering in Anne Arundel

    London Town This Edgewater site seeks persons interested in history and/or horticulture to become docents, historic interpreters and gardeners. Volunteers give site tours, house tours or demonstrate Colonial crafts and daily life. They may also work...
  • Dog-friendly gardens: Balancing human, canine needs is key

     Dog-friendly gardens: Balancing human, canine needs is key
    Jordan Petchenik is a dog person. He has owned four of them since moving into a 1920s bungalow in Madison, Wis., some 20 years ago. But Petchenik also loves gardening. Therein lies the problem. Challenges from dogs to a yard are numerous. Digging,...
  • Flower Sales Dominate At Weekend Spring Markets

    Flower Sales Dominate At Weekend Spring Markets
    Plenty of May flowers will be on sale at spring markets around the state this weekend. >>The Connecticut Daylily Society will hold its annual daylily and plant sale from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 16, rain or shine, at the Avon Senior Center, 635...
  • Community News for Manchester edition

    Students honored at the 2015 CAS/CIAC Scholar Athlete Awards MANCHESTER - Abigail Costa and Patrick Mockler, Manchester High School were recognized as the state's top scholar-athletes at the 2015 Connecticut Association of Schools (CAS)/ Connecticut...
  • Community news for Windsor Locks edition

    Volunteer Income Tax Program WINDSOR LOCKS - Volunteer Income Tax Program (VITA) will prepare Windsor Locks resident's taxes if income is under $52,000 on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, from 6-9 p.m., through April 15, at Town Hall, 50 Church St,...
  • Butterfly bushes are invasive, but some varieties are less so

    Butterfly bushes are invasive, but some varieties are less so
    Are there butterfly bushes that are reliably noninvasive, in addition to the Lo and Behold types that are being marketed as sterile? I have seen Miss Ruby, Miss Molly and the Flutterby series listed as noninvasive, too. These butterfly bush varieties...
  • Home and garden events in Hampton Roads

    Household Chemical Recycling Event. 8 a.m. Saturday. Public Works Operations Complex, 419 N. Armistead Ave. Drop off unwanted computers, electronics (televisions are not accepted) and chemicals such as paint, solvents, glue and insecticides for recycling....
  • Community briefs: Sneak peek at Aurora's Farmers Market

    The city of Aurora is teaming up with the Fox Valley Garden Club to offer a sneak peek of the 2015 Aurora's Farmers Market during the Garden Club's plant sale from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday at the Aurora Transportation Center, 233 N. Broadway Ave. The...
  • Tips: 6 Tips for a Lush Lawn

    Tips: 6 Tips for a Lush Lawn
    Use these tips to have the best lawn in the neighborhood. The Best Lawn Advice is Locally Grown: One-size-fits-all doesn't work for fertilizer, weed killer and grass seed, even though that's what the chain stores sell. Lawn products that work great in...
  • Sharing some time in the garden this spring

    Spring is the perfect season for gardening. There's nothing quite like spending the day outside, surrounded by nature, while you plant seeds that will — hopefully — yield vibrant produce. Nowadays, there seems to be a rather sizable...