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43 p.m.CDT Updated:Monday, April 29, 2013 3:55 p.m.CDT (BCR photo/Becky Kramer) Andrew Smith (front to back), Kelly Sierens, Sam Haney and Bailey Russell work on some of the flowers that are for sale at the school's annual plant sale.
The Garden Club of Henderson has set its annual plant exchange for Derby Day, May 4. The event will take place at the DAR monument located at the corner of First and Main streets in downtown Henderson. The plant selection will begin at 10 a.m. and
Font Resize With spring in full swing, the Santa Clara Valley chapter of the California Native Plant Society is gearing up for its 41st annual wildflower show April 27-28. The two-day show will feature the plant biodiversity of Santa Clara and San
Font Resize Daily News Staff Writer If a tree falls in Woodside, everyone hears it. And because of that, Rajiv Gujral, who recently bought a home there, is facing a $52,500 fine...He cut down six bay laurel trees without the town's permission. But he'
Spring brush pick-up in the village of Ladd will be held May 13. Crews will pick up tree and shrub trimmings that are from 3 feet to 8 feet in length and up to 6 inches in diameter...Larger branches and items such as stumps, roots and professional
Deb Babcock Besides providing beauty to our yard and garden, trees offer lots of other benefits like: Giving shade to a part of the house that gets blasted by our hot sun. Providing a bit of a wind break from some of those Wyoming-like gusts that
Planted in a metal dishpan in heavy soil with no drainage and limited light, the tomato seeds shouldn't have done well. But a little girl's window sill experiment thrived in spite of those mistakes and neighbors scrambled for extras. That accidental
Swaying in sync with a caressing breeze, flickering among the sprouting greenery, and carpeting the ground with dainty petals, sweet pink peach blossoms add a grace note to the spring in Tianjin. Tianjin Peach Flower Garden, situated on the northwest
It is a riot of colours at Badamwari as Kashmir valley greets Spring season with open arms after three months of chilling cold weather. People walk by the almond blossoms in an orchard at Badamwari. (IE Photo: Shuaib Masoodi) The bloom on the Almond
The magnitude of outdoor skills to be shared is limited only by the imagination. Wildflower identification, like bird watching, continues to grow in popularity and is one way to instill a land ethic in a new generation. Staff The magnitude of outdoor