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Gardening

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  • Tips: How to grow your own bird seed

    Tips: How to grow your own bird seed
    Plants have a lot more to offer than just beautiful flowers. Why not get the most out of your garden by growing plants to feed birds? Here, you'll find eight great blooms that offer seeds for birds. •Black-eyed Susan (Rudbeckia, Zones 3 to 9)...
  • Little Free Library comes to Bluebird Gap Farm in Hampton

    Little Free Library comes to Bluebird Gap Farm in Hampton
    HAMPTON — Volunteers at Bluebird Gap Farm believe they've found an addition to the city-owned park that visitors won't find elsewhere in Hampton. They have installed a small enclosure filled with books called a Little Free Library. Little Free...
  • Secret tips to growing showstopping dahlias

    Secret tips to growing showstopping dahlias
    What is it about dahlias that generates such passion in gardeners? "Their diversity and the way they make people smile," explains Robert Papp, president of the South Coast Dahlia Society. "There's always something for everybody." Look for Papp's...
  • Open agapanthus pods to start seedlings

    Open agapanthus pods to start seedlings
    Question: Our agapanthus flowered well this year and now have green seed pods at the ends of many stems. Do you plant the entire pod or open them to grow more agapanthus? Answer: Agapanthus plantings, also known as lilies of the Nile, have flourished...
  • 20,000-square-foot Container Store is opening at Farmers Market

    Cruising the aisles of the Container Store, which specializes in storage solutions for home and office, can make the far-off goal of order feel like a possibility. Feel overwhelmed by back to school? No problem. The Container Store opens its fifth Los...
  • Battle over insecticide pits beekeepers against big agribusiness

    MINNEAPOLIS Kristy Allen and Mark O'Rourke are bee ambassadors with deceptively similar messages. Allen, founder of a small business called the Beez Kneez, pedals through the Twin Cities selling honey from a bike trailer and handing out lawn signs that...
  • Plant late to avoid squash vine borer

    Plant late to avoid squash vine borer
    When we realized our zucchini were dying of squash vine borer, we tried making the vertical cuts in the stem and fishing out the white grubby worms, but we were too late. How can we never have that happen to our beautiful zucchini? Plant late and...
  • Take a free walking tour of Smithfield

    Take a free walking tour of Smithfield
    Historic homes are among the sights to see on a free walking tour of downtown Smithfield on Saturday, Aug. 9. The hour-long tour begins at 10:30 a.m. at the Isle of Wight County Museum, said Jennifer England, a spokeswoman for the city. "We'll...
  • Upcoming Events: Historic House Tour, Heritage Walk, Garden Party Gala

    Upcoming Events: Historic House Tour, Heritage Walk, Garden Party Gala
    Simsbury SolarFest A SolarFest will be held on Saturday, Aug. 9, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., at Flamig Farm, 7 Shingle Mill Road, West Simsbury. Talk with experts on solar, geothermal and wind energy. Tour a live solar photovoltaic and solar thermal facility. Go...
  • LA Summer Market moves and expands

    LA Summer Market moves and expands
    Unique USA's LA Summer Market, which moves from the Barker Hangar at the Santa Monica Airport to downtown Los Angeles this weekend, is changing its program along with its location. "The most exciting new piece is that we are expanding from being the...
  • Effort to fight invasive plants in California targets nurseries

    Effort to fight invasive plants in California targets nurseries
    The delicate, knee-high grass Nassella tenuissima rises like a pale yellow cloud, with wispy tassels spilling from needle-thin green stems. Mass-planted, the grass evokes a rippling golden sea. "If only those plants weren't so beautiful," Jan...