Garden Design

Tickets Available for July 14-15 Garden Parade – Stevens Point City Times News

Posted: Sunday, June 25, 2017

For the City Times Tickets are now available for one of the summer’s signature events in Portage County: The annual garden parade will be held July 14 and 15. Celebrate the 20th annual parade by touring an English cottage garden, a secret garden, a giving garden, organic farm and an extra helping of whimsical garden art. The parade offers an inside look at four residential properties and…

Now Open: Sculpture in the Garden – NBC Southern California

Posted: Sunday, June 25, 2017

COMING ACROSS A COLORFUL BUD… inside an expansive garden? It happens, especially if you keep your eyes attuned to the shrubs, trees, and beds that line whatever walkway you’re strolling down. You can also expect to see a number of interest leaves, and twisty branches, and the other details and touches found within a nature-plentiful spot. What you don’t always encounter is art, at least art made by human hands….

IN THE GARDEN: Summer is here bringing with it sun and heat, fun and vacations – Stillwater News Press

Posted: Sunday, June 25, 2017

Vacations, while relaxing for you and your family are often stressful, even deadly for indoor and outdoor plants. I believe this is because well meaning vacationers, while trying to account for higher temperatures, over-compensate and thereby escort in trouble. Friends who stop in to check and water containers, unfamiliar with each plant’s needs may contribute to the trouble. Let’s look at the problems and solutions. Container…

Crystal Lake garden 30 years in the making to be featured on Garden Walk – Northwest Herald

Posted: Sunday, June 25, 2017

H. Rick Bamman – hbamman@shawmedia.com Crystal Lake resident Susan Wayman strolls through her backyard garden that is featured in the Master Gardeners of McHenry County Garden Walk. Hosted by McHenry County College and the University of Illinois Extension the event features 8 area gardens on July 8, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. starting at the college, 8900 Route 14. Susan Wayman took up gardening simply because she needed something…

Garden calendar | For the week of June 25 – Madison.com

Posted: Sunday, June 25, 2017

Lisa Johnson, Dane County UW-Extension horticulture educator

Loudon Elementary School’s pollinator garden a hive of activity – Concord Monitor

Posted: Sunday, June 25, 2017

The Loudon Elementary School front lawn has been abuzz recently thanks to a new pollinator garden that is such to attract flower-loving visitors from miles around. The garden was built thanks to a New Hampshire Partnership for Schoolyard Action grant, according to Loudon Elementary School media specialist Becky Herrmann, who is a beekeeper herself. The grant is meant to encourage nature-based learning in the classroom, and Herrmann said the…

Loudon Elementary School’s pollinator garden a hive of activity – Concord Monitor

Posted: Sunday, June 25, 2017

The Loudon Elementary School front lawn has been abuzz recently thanks to a new pollinator garden that is such to attract flower-loving visitors from miles around. The garden was built thanks to a New Hampshire Partnership for Schoolyard Action grant, according to Loudon Elementary School media specialist Becky Herrmann, who is a beekeeper herself. The grant is meant to encourage nature-based learning in the classroom, and Herrmann said the…

More Than an Athlete: Einstein’s Briana Garden – Santa Clarita Valley Signal

Posted: Sunday, June 25, 2017

Albert Einstein Academy’s Briana Garden credits her involvement in the U.S. Naval Sea Cadets with helping her out on the softball field. She says that the training she received at Camp Pendleton taught her about working as a cohesive unit. Katharine Lotze/The Signal Two years ago, at her first training session as a U.S. Naval Sea Cadet in Camp Pendleton, Briana Garden was introduced to “the playground.”…

Loudon Elementary School’s pollinator garden a hive of activity – Concord Monitor

Posted: Sunday, June 25, 2017

The Loudon Elementary School front lawn has been abuzz recently thanks to a new pollinator garden that is such to attract flower-loving visitors from miles around. The garden was built thanks to a New Hampshire Partnership for Schoolyard Action grant, according to Loudon Elementary School media specialist Becky Herrmann, who is a beekeeper herself. The grant is meant to encourage nature-based learning in the classroom, and Herrmann said the…

More Than an Athlete: Einstein’s Briana Garden – Santa Clarita Valley Signal

Posted: Sunday, June 25, 2017

Albert Einstein Academy’s Briana Garden credits her involvement in the U.S. Naval Sea Cadets with helping her out on the softball field. She says that the training she received at Camp Pendleton taught her about working as a cohesive unit. Katharine Lotze/The Signal Two years ago, at her first training session as a U.S. Naval Sea Cadet in Camp Pendleton, Briana Garden was introduced to “the playground.”…

Me and my garden: ‘At 5am, I go to the temple to chant. It’s how I get ready to work’ – The Guardian

Posted: Sunday, June 25, 2017

I started gardening when I was 10, so it feels entirely natural to me. We believe in reincarnation here at the Krishna Eco Farm, and I feel that I was a gardener in a previous life. I have been on the farm since 1989, having first been to a Krishna farm in Watford in 1981. Back then, I was living in a squat and hanging around the West End of London, drinking and getting into trouble. But…

Grant gives North Hills Community Outreach garden new irrigation system – Tribune-Review

Posted: Sunday, June 25, 2017

Updated 12 hours ago A $30,000 grant can go a long way to help a garden grow. North Hills Community Outreach’s Rosalinda Sauro Sirianni garden in Bellevue will gain an improved drip irrigation system, among other things, as a result of winning one of two grand prizes for community gardens in the 2017 Seeds of Change Grant Program….

New butterfly garden opens at Yanaguana Gardens at Hemisfair Park – KENS 5 TV

Posted: Sunday, June 25, 2017

The Yanaguana Gardens at Hemisfair Park is new and different thanks to a beautiful, blooming garden that is a gift to the city from Whole Foods Market.  Planners say that the flowers are for both pollinators and people. The addition is such a hit, organizers are already talking about expanding the project. The ribbon cutting party Saturday morning was a lively celebration of all flying things. Little Kayleigh Jones, who…

More Than an Athlete: Einstein’s Briana Garden – Santa Clarita Valley Signal

Posted: Sunday, June 25, 2017

Albert Einstein Academy’s Briana Garden credits her involvement in the U.S. Naval Sea Cadets with helping her out on the softball field. She says that the training she received at Camp Pendleton taught her about working as a cohesive unit. Katharine Lotze/The Signal Two years ago, at her first training session as a U.S. Naval Sea Cadet in Camp Pendleton, Briana Garden was introduced to “the playground.”…

Me and my garden: ‘At 5am, I go to the temple to chant. It’s how I get ready to work’ – The Guardian

Posted: Sunday, June 25, 2017

I started gardening when I was 10, so it feels entirely natural to me. We believe in reincarnation here at the Krishna Eco Farm, and I feel that I was a gardener in a previous life. I have been on the farm since 1989, having first been to a Krishna farm in Watford in 1981. Back then, I was living in a squat and hanging around the West End of London, drinking and getting into trouble. But…

Me and my garden: ‘At 5am, I go to the temple to chant. It’s how I get ready to work’ – The Guardian

Posted: Saturday, June 24, 2017

I started gardening when I was 10, so it feels entirely natural to me. We believe in reincarnation here at the Krishna Eco Farm, and I feel that I was a gardener in a previous life. I have been on the farm since 1989, having first been to a Krishna farm in Watford in 1981. Back then, I was living in a squat and hanging around the West End of London, drinking and getting into trouble. But…

Me and my garden: ‘At 5am, I go to the temple to chant. It’s how I get ready to work’ – The Guardian

Posted: Saturday, June 24, 2017

I started gardening when I was 10, so it feels entirely natural to me. We believe in reincarnation here at the Krishna Eco Farm, and I feel that I was a gardener in a previous life. I have been on the farm since 1989, having first been to a Krishna farm in Watford in 1981. Back then, I was living in a squat and hanging around the West End of London, drinking and getting into trouble. But…

EXCHANGE: Herbal farmers grow small garden for health care … – Washington Times

Posted: Saturday, June 24, 2017

ANNA, Ill. (AP) – It’s a quarter of an acre that grows about 50 plants, an area that some folks would call a garden of life. The compact, fenced-in plot is a small part of the Dayemi community’s 100-acre property in Union County, where some familiar-looking plants and some even more familiar-looking weeds grow, all for the purpose of producing products that fuel this part of the herbal-medicine market. This…

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