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Given recent warming trends we can confidently declare that this is one prediction that is not all its quacked up to be. What is predicted is that November is turning out to be perhaps the second-busiest month after May for northern gardeners...
McConnell Springs, 416 Rebmann Ln. , Lexington. (859) 225-4073. www.lexingtonky.gov/parks...Wolf Run Wildlife Refuge, 7376 Old Danville Rd., Nicholasville...Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, 3501 Lexington Rd. , Harrodsburg. (800) 734-5611, Ext...
Use this checklist to make sure your lawn and garden (and more) is ready for winter. Trees and shrubs Deep-root water trees and shrubs on a warm day if the soil is not frozen or covered with snow. Use tree wrap on young trees (less than three years
Font Resize The Monterey County Herald We are now enjoying the beginning of our seasonal rains...As you know, or should know, right now is an excellent time to add herbaceous perennials and woody shrubs and trees to your garden. You could install new
They are the colors of Victorian drawing rooms, of Craftsman bungalows and the shades that fill fashion magazines in the fall. These deep hues blended with rare accents in fiery tones create an undisputable flair for the dramatic. To craft beautiful
Conan O'Brien In Newfoundland, a rasher of wind is a very thin person, recorded David Phillip's Weather Trivia Calendar...Arctic sea ice is shrinking at a rate much faster than scientists ever predicted and its collapse, due to global warming, may
Here are some recommendations from the professionals at Summit Landscaping...Until the ground freezes in mid-October, your garden, shrubs, trees and lawn still need water. Failure to keep your garden watered in the fall can lead to root damage that
Several years ago, we were pleasantly surprised when a beautiful dark blue bearded iris rebloomed in October. Since it was an unusually warm autumn and a few of our daylilies also were reblooming, I chalked it up to the weather. The next year the
Bellingham Question: How did you become a great gardener? Answer: When I was little we lived in Biloxi, Miss., where we had a big vegetable garden. My mother dressed me in brown because I'd sit in the middle of the rows and eat onions and tomatoes.
Life can be very hectic (especially with kids), but you can do a lot in a little time, according to the experts from the Maids Home Services. In 30 seconds, you can: Prevent soap scum buildup in your shower with a few quick squirts of daily shower