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  • It's A Gray Area: Promote our heritage

    My column on July 5, 2009, cited the Heritage Museum of Orange County as being a gem, but one that needed more attention and polishing. Since then, I have accepted a position on its board of directors and have been rolling up my sleeves with polishing...
  • Bill Cullina Shares Passion, Fascination For Botany

    Bill Cullina has a bloodroot plant from his mother — which she got from her mother. "The amazing thing is that a little plant like this can potentially live almost forever," Cullina said last week during a talk about perennials at a Connecticut...
  • Big Bugs Exhibit at Powell Gardens Schedule of Events

    Powell Gardens has lined up swarms of fun for you to enjoy during this summer's special exhibit. Unless noted, all activities are free with regular Garden admission. Dave Rogers' Big Bugs Exhibit Schedule of Events Opening Day Events: Saturday, May 29...
  • It's A Bee Market! Worker Bees Swarm Wall Street

    It's A Bee Market! Worker Bees Swarm Wall Street
    Talk about workaholic bees. On a day when most traders have the day off and businesses are closed, thousands of tireless worker bees were buzzing on Wall Street. The insects swarmed around the doorway of a high-end restaurant, Cipriani's Wall Street...
  • Easiest garden party ever

    Easiest garden party ever
    You could always slap peanut butter onto bread and tiptoe out to where the petunias bloom. You could sit there nibbling, watching bumblebees buzz and dart amid the nodding heads. And, yes, you could call that garden lunch, that most irresistible of...
  • Wasp sting is penalty for impulsive gardening

    Wasp sting is penalty for impulsive gardening
    Every summer I manage to get stung by a wasp. This summer is no exception. On a recent Sunday, I was sitting on the porch reading. On the other side of the porch is a garden bed in which a rambling rosemary bush had sprawled over the walkway and grown...
  • Miss Huff still the reliable perennial lantana

    Miss Huff still the reliable perennial lantana
    I apologize if I led you down the wrong garden path last year, telling you that Chapel Hill lantana is reliably cold hardy in our Zone 7 area. It's what the grower Monrovia said in its initial information about the wonderful yellow-flowering butterfly...
  • Lodi Gets Thousands Of Bees Removed

    Lodi Gets Thousands Of Bees Removed
    Manuel Rojas, a Stockton-based beekeeper, removed thousands of bees from Downtown Lodi this week. Rojas thinks of the bees as pets, and he has dozens of hives full of them. He collected most of them from bee removal services he has done around town....
  • Playing nice with orchard mason bees

    Bees need us, and we need them. If you plant a succession of spring, summer and fall flowering plants in your yard, bees have a continual source of nectar. In return, they help pollinate plants in our home vegetable gardens or farm fields. To further...
  • The buzz on bees

    The buzz on bees
    The buzz about bees has been bountiful since, geez, the dawn of civilization. Or at least ever since the first striped critter buzzed by any sort of prehistoric thinker. In ancient times, prevailing wisdom had it that bees were the only creatures who...
  • Fruit trees with no fruit

    Do you have a fruit tree in your garden, but no fruit in your garden? You're not alone. I am amazed at how many gardens share this dilemma. Year after year, gardeners press on, hoping for some sort of magical fruit tree transformation. Why do some fruit...