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Rich Cordes of Pleasant Hill snapped this little lady checking out the green beans...Send it along with any details to the Times, Home & Garden, P.O. Box 8099, Walnut Creek, CA 94596-8099, or e-mail JPGs to firstname.lastname@example.org .
Mini versions of Wild & Scenic set for WorldFest Mini-versions of the Wild and Scenic Environmental Film Festival tour the country, including a stop very close to home. Consider the ticklers below playing at the Welcome Stage, an air conditioned
The woman at the counter said this was a very good group of ladybugs and went for some. When it comes to collective nouns charm of hummingbirds, pride of lions, scold of jays, cry of hounds all there seems to be to describe ladybugs is "group." And
Colorado Mountain pine beetle has enjoyed a great deal of media attention over recent years and even pine needle scale to a lesser extent. Aphids are the exception, however, and quietly go about their lives doing significant harm to the landscape's
6/25/2010 12:02 PM Send To: E-mail: To: From: Name: E-mail: Comments: Insects have received a lot of bad press in recent years as the scourge of trees, but Friday morning they were enlisted as saviors. Scott Weber, street/forestry supervisor for the
The weather was nice, so they headed to Funderland in Land Park, where Kate got a ladybug painted on her face. "Later in the day, Kate held a real ladybug and said that the bug's first name was 'Lady,' and her last name was 'Bug,' " her grandmother
Or, at least, not the ones that appear in illustrator Jessica Albarn's first book, The Boy in the Oak. Meant for adults and children alike, it's the story of a lonely, destructive boy who is cruel to nature, trampling on flowers, carving his initials
It comes on the heels of the 'grow your own' revival, which has seen many homeowners replace flowers with rows of carrots and tomato plants. Now they are taking the new-found enthusiasm for all things natural to supporting birds, bees and other wild
Real Housewives of New Jersey star Dina Manzo recently added a striking scarlet streak to her platinum locks all to help children with cancer...Joseph's Children's Hospital in Paterson, New Jersey to help enrich the lives of seriously ill pediatric
DoYourPart.com One of my favorite things to do is spend time in my garden...I also figured out a few years back that if you're smart; you'll let nature do some of the work for you. This is particularly true when it comes to fighting garden pests.