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L.A. at HomeWhen Jim Tripp sends a Valentine's Day bouquet to wife Lauren, he makes sure the flowers are grown locally. "It's important to support organic farmers and make a conscious choice about where our money goes," says Tripp, Aramark’s general manager for...
Special to The TimesFew phrases are more magical than "English garden." The words conjure visions at once settled and unconstrained: cool emerald vistas, buxom clumps of lilies and larkspurs, rose petals spilling from a tree-hugging vine. Caught in their spell, desert...
Times Staff WriterBeauty is a dangerous thing. Witness the rose. It was plucked from shrubdom because of the bloom. Its fragrance gave Egypt rose water, Persia attar, France candied rose petals. It sweetened the medieval apothecary cabinet and became a symbol of passion...
Tags: Botany, Gardening, Tourism and Leisure, David Byrne, Fertilizer
Times Staff WriterIf you've ever looked at a miniature rose and wondered, "How'd they do that?" the answer is: a lifetime's work, and not by a "they," but a he. Ralph Moore. In a career spanning 77 years, the founder of Sequoia Nursery in Visalia has single-handedly...
Times Staff WriterFew people have known and loved as many types of roses as Edie O'Hair. Her advice? Let tea roses find their natural habit instead of chopping them back. For climbers, if you don't have an arbor, let them tumble down a hillside as ground cover. Never stray...
Tags: Temecula, Viniculture, Oklahoma, Opera (genre), Robin Hood
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