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If there's one thing gardeners like to share more than tomatoes, it's tips. And nobody has more of those than folks who think about gardening all day long, whose inboxes fill with gardening information and who talk to experts constantly. Now that spring...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Tomatoes, Strawberries, Lettuce, Hobbies
My name is Gena Fuqua and I’m the Production Manager at WDBJ7. I’m also a Taurus and avid reader. One thing I’m not is a gardener. So you can imagine my surprise when I was placed in charge of bringing back the WDBJ7 Hometown Garden....
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Hobbies
A 21st century riddle for you: What's slimy, green and brown, sometimes smelly and disgusting, but also a potentially wonderful anti-pollution tool that's good to eat and could turn into an economic pot of gold for Connecticut? The answer, of course, is...
Tags: Science, Biology, Stamford, Sushi and Sashimi, Pasta
Fresh, homegrown strawberries are ideal for introducing kids to edible gardening, according to gardening experts. Kids -- with your gentle guidance -- can plant a whole patch, or just one or two plants in a strawberry jar or large pot. Just make sure the...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Strawberries, Hobbies
Despite its irreverent title, there's much sense to Christy Wilhelmi's charming new book, "Gardening for Geeks: DIY Tests, Gadgets and Techniques That Utilize Microbiology, Mathematics and Ecology to Exponentially Maximize the Yield of Your Garden."...
With its view of the Hollywood sign and handsome brown facade, Annette Gutierrez’s 1908 house would read like a classic L.A. Craftsman if it were not for the chartreuse window trim, the first hint of her modern sensibilities. Gutierrez jokingly...
Before the bulldozers arrived last June, Malibu Lagoon was a fully grown habitat for egrets, voles and tidewater gobies, studded with sycamore trees and clusters of tule reeds. Today, the lagoon's islands appear almost barren, covered by a sea of tiny red...
Almanac Average temperatures: High 88, low 66 Rainfall: 3.74 inches The moon 1. Moon phases •Last quarter: May 2 •New moon: May 9 •First quarter: May 18 •Full moon: May 25 •Last quarter: May 31 2. Moon sign...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Tomatoes, Potatoes, Fertilizer, Salvia
Spring plant sales by local gardening groups are coming to a close but there are several you should not miss. You can usually walk out with a bunch for under $20. Hampton master gardeners sell annuals, perennials, grasses, trees and shrubs 9 a.m.-2 p.m....
We were glad to recently reconnect with Barry Donchez in Bethlehem, an inspiring guy who enjoys growing his own food without shelling out a lot of money on gardening supplies. Gardening is a great way to save money. And it could become an increasingly...
I recently read a publication that stated “pulse crops add 40 pounds of nitrogen to the soil.” The statement was referring to the fertilizer N-credit that can be taken by producers for the crop after an annual legume or pulse crop. In other words if you...
Michelle Wong tried to hold back the tears after learning that her landlady had ripped out the goji berry planted in the backyard of her apartment in Koreatown. The shrub was head-high and starting to put out little purple and white flowers where the...
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