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While Vic prepared for class one day last week, I transplanted some strawberry and bell pepper plants into one of my three raised garden beds. Then I watered my vegetable garden with a watering can, using stored rainwater from our rain barrels. I know...
January spells excitement for home gardeners because that's when the new seed catalogs arrive. Vic shows no interest in them, but I study each catalog with care, planning out my year's garden in advance. Each seed company offers at least a few seed...
Somewhere I read that a person can grow a year's worth of produce for a family of four for $64 in seeds. I don't believe that for a second. My garden is a hole in the ground into which I pour money. With the new Huntington Beach Community Garden well...
When I was a small boy, I usually spent any idle time outdoors. When school was out for the summer, the outdoor time doubled or even tripled. Once out the back door, I had to entertain myself, often for hours at a time. Sometimes that included kicking...
Vic and I are excited to report that the reality of a community garden in Huntington Beach is drawing ever closer. On Wednesday, the membership of the community garden group is meeting at 7 p.m. at the Lake Park Clubhouse at Lake and 12th streets to...
This weekend Vic and I visited a new kind of gardening store in Huntington Beach, Surf City Hydroponics, on the northeast corner of Warner Avenue and Gothard Street. I don't think I've ever been so lost in a store dedicated to growing plants, or so amazed...
Tags: Hobbies, Squash, Tomatoes, Plant Openings, Potatoes
Four Pembroke Pines gardens were the recipient of an award designed to honor a late resident who loved gardening and butterflies. Commissioner Jay Schwartz initiated the process for what would become the Natalie Belmonte Great Yards Award contest, named...
BloggerWalking down the garden path has become a real pleasure. I like to look at the flowers and see some of the wild life too. But at this time of the year there is yet another dimension – the fragrant gardenias. Did you know there are lots of...
Lehigh Valley Master GardenersHappy Spring! And welcome to the first of a five part blog series on gardening in small spaces. Why might this be of interest? Because gardening is good for you. And anyone can do it, even if you only have......
The solstice came and went late March. Spring, it tells us, is on the way. A good month later we celebrate the month of flowering -- the season for Morris Dancers and children in white outfits weaving colored ribbons around a May pole. And outside the...
Tags: Hobbies, Lifestyle and Leisure
With blossoms of almost every shade floating from hanging baskets, plus row after row of aromatic herbs and dozens of pots of veggies just getting started, the options at Matteo’s Herbs Galore for lawn or garden projects are bountiful. Owners...
FARGO, N.D. - As I wandered around our (finally) snow-free backyard, I had the urge to get my hands dirty. Our three dogs already had accomplished getting their paws muddy in our soggy backyard as they scampered playfully, nipping at each other's heels....
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