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Urban Farming – Everything Old is New Again
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Urban Farming – Everything Old is New Again

Urban farming is just what it sounds like: agricultural activity, often associated with community gardens, taking place in cities. You might be new to the concept, but in fact growing produce and work...

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June 29, 2019

Urban Farming – Everything Old is New Again

Urban farming is just what it sounds like: agricultural activity, often associated with community gardens, taking place in cities. You might be new to the concept, but in fact growing produce and work...

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June 28, 2019

Underground Society

If your lawn is green, healthy and void of dirt mounds and bare patches, chances are what’s happening underground is balanced and working well. Did you know that there is an entire ecosystem, teeming ...

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June 27, 2019

Par for the Course: The Evolution of Landscaping Golf Courses

In the 1500s, the rough and windblown terrain of St. Andrew’s golf club, set against the backdrop of the North Sea, guaranteed hours of reveling in nature while battling the physical challenges of the...

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June 25, 2019

Planting with Herbs

You don’t have to be a foodie to appreciate how much better everything tastes when seasoned with fresh herbs. If you’re one of those people who can’t keep that gift of potted herbs alive, don’t fret. ...

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June 24, 2019

Tree Trimming: Not as Simple as You Think

Those adorable saplings you planted or inherited when you purchased your home twenty years ago, are all grown-up. They shade your patio, turn gorgeous shades of red and gold in the fall and add value ...

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June 20, 2019

Garden Cities: A Place to Call Home

Have you ever wondered when the concept of modern-day suburbia was launched, and by whom? One might think working in the city and coming home to quiet cul-de-sacs, landscaped green belts - perhaps a t...

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June 19, 2019

Sonoran Splendor: Landscaping in the Desert

Deserts are found on every continent in the world, including Antarctica. They comprise 20 percent of the Earth’s land surface. A desert is defined as a geographical area that receives fewer than 10 in...

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June 18, 2019

It’s Alive: Natural Swimming Pools Worth a Closer Look

Millions of people around the globe have joined the movement to consume naturally grown food, and clean our homes and protect our pets from ticks without using powerful chemicals. The concept of incor...

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June 14, 2019

Parks and Rec Groundskeeping

If you are lucky enough to live in a city or suburb that has a well-funded, forward-thinking parks and recreational district, you know what a difference it can make in the daily lives of its residents...

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June 13, 2019

Trees: Mother Nature’s Splendid Organisms

Some of nature’s finest accommodations are found in trees. In forests wild and urban, trees provide shelter, food and protection to creatures and plant life great and small. “Plant a tree” takes on ne...

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June 12, 2019

Functional Landscaping

The best landscaping involves so much more than an experienced eye for design and a working knowledge of trees, plants and flowers. Greenery and colorful blooms must be placed for maximum vitality and...

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June 10, 2019

Christmas in July

When we hear someone mention evergreen trees, we think wilderness, mountains, Christmas. Just the image of a fresh-cut pine, fir or blue spruce invokes that distinct, woodsy smell that fills the famil...

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