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|White Lake garden is this week’s winner|
When Sandra Bosca developed vertigo, she had to get creative with her gardening. She succeeded.
-1 points by The Detroit News | Garden Plant Gardening Michigan National Basketball Association Prize Detroit Annual plant
|Susan Koerber: Embrace all who want to play|
It has been a long while since I have found myself able to write clear and coherent thoughts about the chaotic and contentious times we are experiencing. The voice that has been persistent, however, is that of one of my mentors, Vivian Paley, a retired kindergarten teacher in Chicago. One of my favo...
-2 points by Concord Monitor | Want The Play WANT Garden Need Invasive species John Elway
|Ethel M Chocolates lights up for love — VIDEO|
Ethel M Chocolates is celebrating Valentine’s Day with a romantic display of sparkling lights during their third annual Lights of Love.
42 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Love Green White Primary color Color Garden Ethel M Chocolate Factory Romance
|Lead hazard and soil testing resources|
• Next week in Homewood, the Community Empowerment Association will hold a town hall educational forum on lead poisoning in water, paint and soil. Elected officials have been invited, along with representatives of public health, housing, environmental and legal agencies. The event starts at 6 p.m. Feb. 21 at 7120 Kelly St. Details: 412-371-3689, ext. 44.
8 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Gardening Pennsylvania Allegheny County Pennsylvania Allegheny River Pittsburgh Winter Master Gardener Programs Garden
|Alimay Kendrick, Baltimore gardener and floral artist, dies|
Alimay Thompson Kendrick, a master gardener whose artistry in ancient Japanese styles of floral arrangements inspired students and graced her Northwest Baltimore community, died of cardiac arrest Jan. 31 at Sinai Hospital. She was 94. Mrs. Kendrick's award-winning arrangements, often of chrysanthemums...
-2 points by Baltimore Sun | Vice President of the United States Gardening Enoch Pratt Free Library Enoch Pratt Aberdeen Proving Ground Garden Flower Proving ground
|Melania meets with Abe’s wife in first solo event as First Lady|
Melania Trump stepped out Saturday in her first solo event as First Lady, taking the wife of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan on a visit to a Japanese garden in Delray Beach, Fla. Trump, in an ankle-length white dress, posed with Akie Abe on a footbridge overlooking a pond, then walked with a crowd...
150 points by New York Post | First Lady of the United States Michelle Obama Japan Laura Bush White House Garden Delray Beach Florida President of the United States
|When and how to start seeds for your Colorado garden|
It's not that complicated to start seeds for your Colorado garden. Here's everything you need to know, from getting started to planting.
504 points by The Denver Post | Seed Plant Fruit Plant morphology Germination Seedling Temperature Garden
|Community garden plots available at Oregon Ridge Nature Center|
About a dozen plots remain available for the 2017 season in the Oregon Ridge Nature Center's community garden in Cockeysville, according to center officials. The garden, which is situated near Shawan Road and Beaver Dam Road, includes 81 10-by-10-foot plots available to interested gardeners who...
-2 points by Baltimore Sun | Garden Gardening Soil Plant Organic matter Community gardening Natural history Renting
|Can you dig it? Community gardens to expand in Burlington County|
Dare to think, or dream, about spring - despite Punxsutawney Phil. Especially if you are a gardener. A community garden with 104 new plots is being created by the Burlington County Department of Resource Conservation at a preserved former dairy farm in Moorestown with the hope they will be ready in May.
-2 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Gardening Burlington County New Jersey Community gardening Garden Allotment Food security Mount Laurel Township New Jersey Moorestown Township New Jersey
|Nurturing nature at Bethlehem's Hoover-Mason Trestle|
BETHLEHEM, Pa. (AP) - Not everything is coming up roses at the Hoover-Mason Trestle at Bethlehem's SteelStacks. Ironweed, sumac, switch grass, black birch, blue asters, Virginia creepers and other plants are also growing along the elevated walkway that takes visitors over the narrow-gauge rail that Bethlehem Steel once used to ...
1 points by The Washington Times | Gardening Birch Garden Lehigh Valley Plant Invasive species National Wildlife Federation Bethlehem Pennsylvania