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Greenwich Historical Society to restore and expand Impressionist era gardens

2 weeks agoArts : Artdaily

Greenwich Historical Society announced a new grant from the local garden club Hortulus to enable the restoration of the ornamental flower gardens, kitchen gardens, and grape arbor as part of the overall master plan for the Society's dramatic campus transformation. Show More Summary

L.A. Teen Advocate Wins I Love My Librarian! 2017 Award

Annie Cipolla is a Master Gardener and the Young Adult Librarian at the Pacific Palisades Branch of the Los Angeles Public Library. Before becoming a librarian, she worked in television as a broadcast journalist, editor, and producer in Baltimore, San Francisco, New York City and Los Angeles. Show More Summary

Master Gardener: pruning and planting advice for sea lavendar and more

The Sea Lavender is a good choice because the flowers are more prominent, suitable for cutting. (Photo by Ottillia 'Toots' Bier

Master Gardener: how to grow Aztec lillies

The Aztec lily, Sprekelia formosissima, is a member of the Amaryllis family and is actually pretty easy to grow.

history-of-fashion: 1475-1480 Master of Saint Lucy Legend -...

3 months agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

history-of-fashion: 1475-1480 Master of Saint Lucy Legend - Virgin among Virgins in the Rose Garden

Aaron McCrary, Master Grower, Zion Gardens

These are some of the men and women responsible for cannabis' overwhelmingly successful start in Southern Nevada.

Master Gardener: Planting alyssum

Alyssum blooms are abundant on this plant, they provide excellent ground cover. (Photo by Ottillia "Toots" Bier)

Master Gardener: How to prevent brown spots on apples

A condition commonly called bitter pit, causes spots on apples. Master Gardener tells you how to keep apples healthy.

Sunday Morning Garden Chat: Winter Squash

. Halloween special, from master gardener / photographer Ozark Hillbilly: This is a Galeux d’ Eysines squash, a French type they favor for soups but I dearly love for its oh-so-sweet flesh. They say the more warts it has the sweeter it is. I use it a lot for baking... I love growing […]

Royal Weddings Have Nothing on this Belgium Celebration

Chateau de la Hulpe in Belgium is straight out of a fairytale and will 100% fulfill all of your princess fantasies from childhood. With perfectly tailored gardens, towers and, it's the perfect backdrop for this elegant affair masterminded by RedWhiteBluePink along with take-your-breath-away images captured by Alexandra Vonk.Continue reading on Style Me Pretty

Jerry Baker’s Quackery Lives On by Susan Harris

5 months agoHobbies / Gardening : Garden Rant

Jerry Baker, the self-styled “America’s Master Gardener” and highly successful huckster for home-remedy books and products died in March of this year at the age of 85. I was curious to see how the gardening world would note his passing, especially those who attacked his teachings, some repeatedly. I myself started attacking Baker’s advice on […]

Master gardener: Western grape leaf skeletonizer most likely is what’s munching on grape leaves

Control of the western grape leaf skeletonizer in home gardens is best accomplished by the well-timed application of Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt).

Eataly’s New Theme Park In Italy Is The Stuff Dreams Are Made Of

Eataly World will feature more than 40 restaurants, a hydroponic vegetable garden, and cooking classes taught by master chefs. After opening outposts in 31 cities in 12 countries across the globe, the Italian fooderie Eataly is returning to its birthplace with its newest launch: a $118 million experiential park called FICO Eataly World. Read Full Story

Master Gardener: Late fall, early spring best times to divide daylilies

However, they are such robust plants that, if necessary, they can be successfully divided virtually any time of the year.

Master Gardener: Move Naked Lady plants after they flower

Q. I planted some Naked Lady bulbs several years ago.  I had almost given up on them but they finally started to bloom a couple of weeks ago.  Now I realize that they are too tall for the spot where I planted them.  When is the best time to move them? A. Naked Ladies, Amaryllis belladonna, […]

In Conversation: James Murphy

When LCD Soundsystem called it quits in 2011 after three masterful studio albums and a joyful, teary, and allegedly final concert at Madison Square Garden, it seemed as if the band’s mastermind James Murphy had achieved that rarest of music-world maneuvers — the graceful bow-out. But just underneath the meticulous ... More »

Master Gardener: Darker areas on citrus leaves could signal iron deficiency

Q.  The newest leaves of my citrus trees have dark green areas around the veins but the rest of the leaf is light green.  What is wrong? A. The leaf condition you describe is called interveinal chlorosis and is most commonly caused by a deficiency of iron in the plant.  However, zinc and manganese deficiencies […]

noaasanctuaries: Quick, find the spotted scorpionfish!  These...

noaasanctuaries: Quick, find the spotted scorpionfish!  These fish are masters of disguise at Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary.  Much easier to find in this photo, however, is the invasive orange cup coral. This species from the Indo-Pacific crowds out native corals. Show More Summary

Master Gardener: Options for water-wise, easy-care perennials

Looking for water-wise, easy-care perennials that will thrive in border areas of your yard? Master Gardener Ottillia “Toots” Bier has some suggestions.

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