Tom Karwin, On Gardening: How restoring your soil can help fight climate change – Monterey County Herald


Monterey County Herald
Tom Karwin, On Gardening: How restoring your soil can help fight climate change
Monterey County Herald
The threat of climate change has become a concern among scientists, environmentalists and gardeners (who might wear all three of these hats, of course). In the search for a solution to this problem, these three interested parties have common ground.

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Ways to make this summer sizzle, decluttering for seniors and gardening book … – cleveland.com


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Ways to make this summer sizzle, decluttering for seniors and gardening book
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02fSHORTb.jpg Add fun things like taking a hammock break to your summer to-do list. Lynn Ischay, The Plain Dealer. SUMMER CHECKLIST: Have you made time this summer to hang out in a hammock or eat ice-cold watermelon? Make the most of the …

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Dixon: Rare gardening treasure is hidden in Kernersville – Winston-Salem Journal


Winston-Salem Journal
Dixon: Rare gardening treasure is hidden in Kernersville
Winston-Salem Journal
LeFever is the founder of Blue Ridge Fish Hatchery in Kernersville. His home and garden are adjacent to the hatchery, where he has lived with his wife, Dolores, since 1966. I had been told by many local gardeners that I would find some fantastic and

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Master gardening program offered through Purdue Extension – Goshen News

Master gardening program offered through Purdue Extension
Goshen News
Those accepted into the program receive training on various gardening and horticulture subjects, and use that training for various community service projects. Master Gardeners participate in numerous activities in the community, including the local

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Great Gardening by Sally Cunningham – Buffalo News


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Great Gardening by Sally Cunningham
Buffalo News
Among gardening activities, the need to thin perennials becomes most apparent in the early weeks of summer. The plants that appeared so meek and mild-mannered in May now show their true selves, and some are just way too exuberant. Others are actually …

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Your guide to July gardening tasks – Akron Beacon Journal


Akron Beacon Journal
Your guide to July gardening tasks
Akron Beacon Journal
Landscaping beds and perennial gardens are at their most lush this time of year, so this is a good time to make note of bare spots that could use filling in with plants. Snapping a few pictures with your phone is an easy way to make a record of your

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Tom Karwin, On Gardening: How restoring your soil can help fight climate change – Santa Cruz Sentinel


Santa Cruz Sentinel
Tom Karwin, On Gardening: How restoring your soil can help fight climate change
Santa Cruz Sentinel
The threat of climate change has become a concern among scientists, environmentalists and gardeners (who might wear all three of these hats, of course). In the search for a solution to this problem, these three interested parties have common ground.

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Gardening: Some plants weather the weather better – The Detroit News

Gardening: Some plants weather the weather better
The Detroit News
I suggest she try to visit public gardens that use lots of annuals and perennials as soon after a rain as possible and take photos of those plants she considers winners. A big star for me this rain-filled season is the butterfly flower Gaura 'Rosy Jane

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