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Katie W , Kettering, United States, 23/6/2013 15:00----------------You must have really good eyes because I don't see anything remotely close to a body at all. Pak31 , USA, 23/6/2013 16:21--------------She does have good eyes, and she's right. The
Whoever believes there's nothing new under the sun hasn't seen the plants introduced for the 2013 gardening season. Think multicolored blooms, high-yield vegetables bred for containers and ornamental edibles packing still more nutrition as breeders
Garden catalogs sing hosannas to obscure species, especially to unheard-of perennials described as having "transparent beauty" or "unusual form and color." In my experience, that often translates as "short-lived," "difficult to grow," and "
16 AM PDT Updated: 05/18/2013 12:01:17 AM PDT Whoever believes there's nothing new under the sun hasn't seen the plants being introduced for the 2013 gardening season. Think multi-colored blooms, high-yield vegetables bred for containers and
Flower Power Planting Party can you dig it? Spring is blossoming into full bloom now, with vibrant waves of color splashed everywhere from summer clothing to beach towels. The Fox Valley Park District adds to this yearly collage of color, planting
Would the plants be in good shape without a week of tender loving care from the students? Actually, she knew the answer to the last questions weighing on her mind as she tossed and turned. She'd visited the school greenhouse many times over spring
Followers of the sad tale of the abused pit bull known as Mama Petunia are coping with bad news on two fronts today. On Tuesday, they learned of the death of Jasmine, one of the five pups that survived delivery before Petunia passed away a week later.
With water restrictions in place throughout much of Colorado, many of us are wondering what we should plant in our gardens this year or if we should even plant at all. If there are no more April flowers, should we scratch the May flowers?...In many
Mama Petunia, the burned and abused pit bull who found compassion once in the arms of local veterinarians and received an outpouring of affection from the community, died this morning, according to her Facebook page. "At 5:15 am I crossed Rainbow
Five days of professional care won't make up for months of abuse, but the prognosis is good for the horribly burned pit bull "Mama Petunia" and her litter. Veterinarian Lynlee Wessels, of Animal Wellness Center of Monee, said the staff there is still