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Some area residents still cleaning up from the storm over the weekend are afraid more severe weather will create a bigger mess. "I can just hope and pray it doesn't happen again," said homeowner Nancy Grant. Limbs, branches and power lines litter her...
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Ag Progress Days visitors looking for the Crops and Soils Tent this year will not be able to find it — instead, they will find a Crops, Soils and Conservation Building. The new J.D. Harrington Building, named for the late Joseph D. Harrington,...
Our two ninebark shrubs have been eaten to the ground this spring by rabbits (we think). Can they be saved? (email reference) A They very likely will recover on their own. Get some rabbit repellent, such as Liquid Fence, Plantskydd or a similar product,...
FOX40 NewsLocal tree and plant experts are telling FOX40 that the blooming of area trees and plants is something they haven't seen in decades. Normally, bloom time for seasonal plants and trees is in March or February at the earliest. But this year, because of the...
Lehigh Valley Master GardenersWe lost a lot of beautiful trees in the storm last weekend. There was a truly magnificent magnolia framing a neighbor's historic stone home that I admired every day on my way to work. It was lovely in bloom, but......
The city of La Caņada Flintridge has been a participant of the “Tree City USA” program for approximately 25 years. The city takes pride in preserving and protecting trees because trees provide significant benefits to the community....
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Somerset Garden Club received an Environmental Education and Youth Horticulture Education Award at the Garden Club Federation of PA Convention held in Philadelphia, April 21-24. The club members worked with 22 students at the Children's Aide Home. The...
HORTISCOPE I have been reading your columns and enjoy them very much. I am wondering if you can help me with a problem that I have been having with my tomato plants for the past four years. I buy them through a reputable garden center in Minot, so I...
Who doesn't love a tree? Apparently, criminals. Researchers have found that leafier places in Baltimore tend to have lower crime rates than those with few or no trees. A new study looking across Baltimore City and Baltimore County has found that with few...
Here are 100 tips from 13 new gardening books; read about those 13 books at www.roomandyard.com. These books, which cover vegetable gardening, rain gardens, green roof gardening, flower gardening and flowering shrubs are chocked full of valuable...
Preparing your trees A hurricane can turn a shade tree from backyard friend to monster. Falling limbs and flying debris from trees often add to injuries and damage during severe storms. Things you can do to lessen the danger: Inspect your trees every...
SOUTH BEND — Because of a local infestation of the emerald ash borer, the city is removing more than 100 ash trees. The highest concentration of ash trees is within the downtown area and will be the most affected area for removal, according to a...
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