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Gardening

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  • Give your lawn some fall TLC for best beauty and health in spring and summer

    Give your lawn some fall TLC for best beauty and health in spring and summer
    If your lawn needs TLC or a total redo, October is the last call-to-action time to do it. While fall is the prime time to plant new or transplant existing trees, shrubs and perennials, it's also the window of opportunity for lawn care. During October,...
  • Poquoson Learning Garden showcases different ways to grow your green thumb

    In Poquoson, York/Poquoson master gardeners are creating yet another learning garden for community education and enjoyment. In 1994, York master gardeners established a learning garden adjacent to the county complex on Goodwin Neck Road off Route 17...
  • Volunteer Opportunities

    Volunteer Opportunities
    VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES Select a category that interests you. Some organizations require you to register or contact an event coordinator prior to volunteering. Use the contact information provided. -------------------- Working with the elderly...
  • Library's music series to feature classical guitarist

    The Cooper Memorial Library's music series will present "Autumn Tones" featuring classical guitarist Joshua Englert from 4 to 6 p.m. Oct. 7 on the main floor of the library, 2525 Oakley Seaver Drive, Clermont. Englert has a bachelor's degree in music...
  • Events planned around the Lehigh Valley area

    Events planned around the Lehigh Valley area
    LEHIGH COUNTY CITY OF ALLENTOWN will host a PrepareAthon, 3-7 p.m. Sept. 30, at Mack South Fire Station, 1902 Lehigh St. Activities include emergency drills, CPR training, K-9 demonstration and more. Info: 610-437-7653. GIRL DEVELOP IT, an...
  • Give star fruit tree room to shine, then reap benefits

     Give star fruit tree room to shine, then reap benefits
    Question: A friend gave me a star fruit tree. Where should it be planted and what care is needed? Answer: Get ready for some good eating as the star fruit, also known as the carambola, flourishes in areas with mild winters. It grows a tree to 25 feet...
  • Fall garden chores include planting perennials, shrubs

    Fall garden chores include planting perennials, shrubs
    I've noticed some reds in the forest canopy and a stiff breeze now brings a drift of yellow leaves. We'll still have warm and sunny days but the signs of autumn are increasing each day. So get ready for that barrage of leaves: check your rakes, clean...
  • Yard Too Small For A Garden? Grow Vegetables Vertically

     Yard Too Small For A Garden? Grow Vegetables Vertically
    WETHERSFIELD -- Paul Langdon had a problem: the backyard of his Old Wethersfield home is too small for a garden and growing plants in pots wasn't working. "I wanted something where I could grow more," Langdon said. The 43-year-old software engineer...
  • Tips: Finding the Right Tree for the Right Place

    Tips: Finding the Right Tree for the Right Place
    Fall is an ideal time to plant new trees. The best way to keep trees healthy is by planting the right trees in the right places where they naturally grow best. Homeowners see many benefits to planting trees on their property. Trees provide shade,...
  • Finish up those final fall gardening chores

    The days remaining to finish up this year's garden chores are dwindling. It has been a really pleasant fall, but the nice weather won't last much longer. Most likely there are a few final tasks that need to be attended to before winter weather sets in. We...
  • Your November gardening checklist

    Here's a look at your gardening tasks for November. Plant it: It's time to get annuals and veggies such as tomatoes in the ground. Treat it: The dry season brings mites, slugs, snails, mealy bug and scale. Beetles and weevils, which lay eggs in the...