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He transformed it into a treasure trove of fruit trees, plastic kiddie bikes, a time-traveling easy chair, and royal red carpet. All those improbable amenities await visitors to the bank of the Quinnipiac River, at the southern end of Poplar Street
Earnscleugh fruit grower Wayne McIntosh is encouraging people to choose fruit as a snack instead of a fat and sugar-laden chocolate bar. "It (fruit) is good for you and it's a healthy choice compared to a novelty bar," he said. McIntosh, who won the
Most of what we know about raising fruit trees comes from commercial growers, Erickson says. And while they are experts, some of it doesn't really apply to the home gardener. Commercial growers want big trees, Erickson says, to increase their harvest.
On the occasion of World Environment Day, greens in Tiruvananthapuram talk about how you can make your garden eco-friendly and why you should do it to sustain life When green architect Liza Natarajan plans a house, she advises her clients to leave a
People have renewed interest in growing food, raising animals and practicing home food preservation. The Oakland-based Institute of Urban Homesteading, founded by K. Ruby Blume, believes urban farming makes a lot of sense, not only to raise healthy
Mobile phone images show the Tent of Nations before and after it was attacked by Israeli forces...The property has long been targeted by Israeli occupation authorities seeking to confiscate the land and remove an obstacle to settlement expansion.
Cox's Orange Pippin, pictured growing on the tree, has been named the most popular fruit tree for home gardening There might not be many traditional English apples to be found in your supermarket any more but you'll certainly find them cropping up in
Fruit tree owners learned proper methods of pruning their trees at a free workshop Saturday at McLandress Orchard on Maricopa Street in Chino Valley. Orchard owners Bob and Barbara McLandress have opened up their 2 1/2-acre property to the workshops
That means we need to hurry up and finish winter garden chores before fruit trees blooms and rose bushes bud out. Some of the tasks that need to get done: Finish pruning roses...Also, rake up debris around the bushes and apply new mulch. Remove old
Green Acres, 901 Galleria Blvd., Roseville; 8501 Jackson Highway, Sacramento; and 205 Serpa Way, Folsom When: 10 a.m. today Admission: Free Details: This is bare-root planting season for fruit trees, too...Where: Exotic Plants, 1833 Howe Ave.,