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Local businesses are hoping for a big shopping weekend

Black Friday and Small Business Saturday usually mark the start of the season for buying Christmas gifts. And this year, that data is more important than ever. In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, many local business owners are concerned about the impact of this week’s shopping dates as inflation …

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How and where to shop locally

ShowwardGetty Images Christmas shopping is just around the corner, viz Black Friday and cyber monday With great savings, these two days aren’t your only chance to find gifts for everyone on your list. If you are looking unique gift ideas Consider shopping this year Small Business Saturday (November 26th!), an …

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Winter Wonderland at Salmon Arm Nursery

Nico’s Nurseryland has once again transformed itself into a winter wonderland for holiday shoppers. For gift ideas, local vendors and festive fun, join Nico’s Jingle & Mingle event on Saturday 12th November from 9am to 6pm. The nursery, which sells not only plants and garden supplies but also garden and …

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Enjoy the prevailing festive atmosphere at Milan’s Garden Center Christmas Shop

A professional quality of service continues to be offered at Mountbellew, Milans Garden Centre, Florist and Capolatte Cafe, which is in festive mode with the recent opening of the ever-popular Christmas shop. As the countdown to Christmas begins in earnest, make sure you visit Milans and soak up the prevailing …

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Garden Club meet and greet

Twelve members from Thurgoona, Corowa, Finley, Tocumwal and Berrigan met at Dee’s Farmgate for morning tea and some shopping on Chanter Street. Group member Julie Stava said the words of Cactus Country’s John Hall rang true in her ears as she recalled his stories. “He said why garden if you …

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Tips and tricks for beginners in Lonesome Village

The facility for Lonely Village is simple: you are an adventurer trying to free the residents of a village trapped by a cult using only the power of friendship. It’s gorgeous, attention-grabbing, and oh-so-satisfying. TIED TOGETHER: Cozy games to cuddle on the couch But as with any game, there are …

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Jean Ann Hunter – InkFreeNews.com

She was born on November 27, 1943 to Hugh Barber Jr. and Ruth V. (Wilkinson) Barber in Huntington. Her family moved to North Webster when she was quite young; She was raised in North Webster United Methodist Church and graduated from North Webster High School with the class of 1961. …

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Where to get the scariest Halloween costumes in Dubai

Trick or treat… It is the most terrible time of the year and if you’re looking for Halloween costumes to wear for your spooky celebrations in Dubai this weekend, here are some great places to do your shopping. Mystical costumes Mystique has provided you and your family with a wide …

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Brits find dead family members on Google Street View years later – ‘oddly reassuring’

Some Brits recently took to social media to share pictures of their dead relatives found on Google Street View and said they were “comforted” to see their loved ones years after their deaths. A social media user named Jenni found her late grandparents walking back from the supermarket: “Forever grateful …

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About Sir Thomas Browne and Split-Fingered Fastball

By Stuart Mitchner Browne’s writing can be held back by gravity, but as he manages to soar higher and higher through the circles of his spiraling prose… the reader is overwhelmed by a sense of levitation. —WG Sebald (1944-2001) AAs far as I know, King Charles III. and Sir Thomas …

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I paid £3.5k for a new conservatory but a dodgy builder left it rickety and dumped piles of rubbish in my garden – I’m furious

A mum who spent £3,500 on a new conservatory is furious after she claims a shady builder left it shaky and dumped piles of rubbish in her garden. Rebecca Jordan, of Redditch, Worcs., slammed the builder for leaving her garden like a “bomb had hit him” and said she was …

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Obituary for James Leroy Nyhuis – Sheboygan Press Media

James Leroy Nyhuis (Jim), 85, of Oostburg, WI, entered eternal life on October 13, 2022. He was born on July 23, 1937 to William Nyhuis and Rose (Bloemers) Nyhuis in Sheboygan, WI. He grew up in Oostburg, WI and spent his time on the farm or on the beach. On …

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Los Alamos Co-op Market Invites Community to Harvest Festival October 16 – Los Alamos Reporter

LACDC PRESS RELEASE Los Alamos Cooperative Market at 95 Entrada welcomes the entire community to its Harvest Festival on Sunday, October 16 from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. A celebration of local farmers, vendors, artisans and businesses, the family-friendly event will also have children’s activities, competitions, games and music, as …

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A lack of snow is bringing famous New Zealand ski resorts to the abyss

TŪROA SKI AREA, New Zealand (AP) – New Zealand’s Tūroa ski area is usually a white wonderland at this time of year, with deep snowpack supporting the famous spring skiing. This season it’s mostly a barren lunar landscape with tiny patches of snow jutting out between vast fields of jagged …

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The popular ‘Bee Day’ in Millburn Public Garden will be ‘bee’ educational

MILLBURN, NJ – Bees? Sure they do. On the first Saturday in October, Greenwood Gardens, Millburn’s 28-acre public garden, hosts bee education activities for the whole family in two identical sessions. Registration is required. Organizers say it will be a “day full of delightful discoveries highlighting the important role played …

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Why Prince William and Kate Middleton now own a garden center

28 September 2022 – 08:12 CET Chloe Best Prince William inherited the Duchy of Cornwall, including a garden centre, from his father, King Charles III, after the death of the Queen Prince William has grown to become the largest private landowner in the UK the Queen‘s death, having …

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The Monroe woman’s huge garden is her quiet place

It may be autumn, but David and Teresa Teague are still enjoying the summer in their garden. The Monroe couple’s 3 acre garden, from the back patio to the mailbox, is full of the colors of the season: red, white, green, purple, yellow and Teresa’s favorite color orange. “If the …

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I tried 4 methods to dry my laundry without a tumble dryer – here’s what worked best

With energy bills soaring and tumble dryers costing a fortune, drying clothes is a concern for many this winter. Placing clothing on top of radiators can work, but this can then block heat trying to keep the house warm. In order to dry my clothes as quickly as possible, I …

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Tractor Supply hosts nationwide farmer’s market

BRENTWOOD, TEN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–On Saturday, October 1st, Tractor Supply, the largest rural lifestyle retailer in the United States, is hosting a statewide Farmers’ Market to showcase the talent and produce of local farmers, growers, artisans, artisans and other producers in the community. The community is invited to shop and explore homemade …

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This 35-year-old makes six figures gardening and teaching others about plants – NBC 7 San Diego

Kevin Espiritu doesn’t believe in having a green thumb. He believes that anyone can learn to garden with the right tips and tools. Espiritu is the founder and CEO of Epic gardening. It is a one stop shop for a wide range of plant lovers, from those looking for it …

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Born in Seattle and still here, Therm-a-Rest celebrates 50 years of warm nights under the stars

It all started with a garden cushion and a sandwich press. In the early 1970s, three Seattle engineers and backpackers rushed with ideas to start a new company. Two had recently been fired during the Boeing bust while the other was still working for Lazy B. They all had one …

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Neurotic in Paradise: Capitalist Hangover on a ‘Red’ Greek Island | tourism

A few years ago, during a brutal winter in Bosnia, I first learned of the existence of the remote Greek island of Ikaria. Before the pandemic, Sarajevo was one of my regular stops as I lived a life of frenetic international wandering, avoiding permanent residence and, more importantly, avoiding my …

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Harness the bounty of your garden for these September Colorado dinner recipes – The Denver Post

Part of the sweetness of summer is that we have to let it go. But you can view this inevitability as a triumph, not a tragedy. In Colorado, summer is short enough that cantaloupe season almost overlaps with pumpkins and roasted chiles, and cold squalls are often followed by warm, …

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Much more is to come for LIR members

Learning in Retirement Members love to learn and keep busy, so the Educational Travel Committee, Curriculum Committee and clubs work to meet their needs. If you’re planning to travel in September and are interested in the many things St. Louis has to offer, then register for The Best of St. …

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Tropical Gardening: Fires and record temperatures in Europe are taking their toll

We travel in Europe and see the effects of climate change. Record heat, fires and the other extreme of flooding remind us of our little paradise, Hawaii. Environmental protection, native species, global warming, air quality and industrial pollution are popular topics in almost every conversation these days. We are concerned …

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Design, planting and styling tips

When the weather permits, there’s nothing quite like relaxing under a pretty vine-covered pergola and putting your feet up, so it’s no wonder the search for ‘pergola roof ideas’ has skyrocketed during lockdown. But we haven’t reached the pinnacle of pergola yet. Furniture brand Harbor Lifestyle said its pergola sales …

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wine bar, garden center, café open; Motel closes in Wytheville | community

Several Tazewell Street businesses make headlines this week. A local hotel has also closed its doors. Teresa Campbell, owner of Petals of Wytheville, is expanding her business to include a wine bar. The Petals Wine Bar offers gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches, cheese, fruit, salads and soup along with a selection …

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The garden is a place to restore and ground us and to nourish our spirit

NINETEENTH-CENTURY POET Minnie Aumonier once wrote, “When the world grows weary and society ceases to please, there is still the garden.” It turns out that slightly insidious sentiment etched on countless gardening mugs and Pinterest boards is rooted in a deeper truth revealed by Sue Stuart-Smith, a UK-based psychiatrist, psychotherapist, …

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DIY plant markers for your garden, flower pots and seedlings

Plant markers can be a lifesaver, especially if you’re new to gardening or have planted so much this year you can’t remember what you planted where. When you buy plants from nurseries, they often come with a little plant marker that tells you all sorts of useful things. You can …

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The Guardian tries to call off the gardening

reaction 07:00 One writer claims that the term carries cultural baggage through Peter Frankline An urban farmer From time to time, The guard Surpasses Himself – published a random satire on himself. No section of paper (or observer Sunday incarnation) is immune. Not even the garden side. Which brings me …

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Back to school items that are better for the environment

A new school year brings the excitement of new teachers, new friends, and new learning opportunities. It also comes with another shopping list for school supplies. If you’re trying to start a more environmentally responsible household or encouraging your children to adopt sustainable practices themselves, look at the back-to-school season …

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6 new highlights at Fort Canning Park, from the interactive Heritage Gallery to the expanded Spice Garden

FORT CANNING BOOK A book produced by NParks entitled Fort Canning Park: Heritage & Gardens has been published. It documents the history and design concept of the park’s nine landscaped gardens. There are also various stories and facts about the park’s fauna, monuments and objects, and buildings. It can be …

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Summary of 4-H news for August 25, 2022

STRASBURG, Ohio — On July 31, the Happy Harvesters 4-H Club launched a new Cloverbud Night hosted by the officers and some older youth. There were six different stations: cooking, learning vows and motto, gardening, fishing, exploring polar science, and scrapbooking. The purpose of the evening was to let the …

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New Jersey Deli named one of the top “Jewish Delis” in America

The highly respected Food website TastingTable.com voted an iconic New Jersey deli as one of the top 20 Jewish delis in America. As Hobby’s Deli weathered the COVID-19 pandemic and a major fire, it’s an incredible honor to be triumphantly reopened. Formerly known as Hobby’s Delicatessen and Restaurant, they have …

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Atlantic City area readers are submitting cell phone photos of their favorite foods

Our wonderful readers have come through once again. We asked you to submit photos from your phone showing some of your favorite dishes. We have determined that your photographed meals can be homemade or a meal enjoyed at a favorite restaurant. It is with great pleasure that we put together …

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Montrose-based plant shop Dirt Bag is growing community

Jessica Cohen has her roots in plants. Combining her knowledge of tropical vegetation from her mother’s Colombian heritage with her knowledge of desert vegetation from her father’s Mexican roots, she said she could combine plants with people. Cohen owns and operates Dirt Bag, a Montrose-based plant shop that sells plants, …

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Bring a beach party vibe to your back garden

It’s the time of year when we return from summer vacation rejuvenated and refreshed. and most of the time we wish we could bring some of that happy holiday cheer home with us. Or – thanks to airport chaos and Covid fears – we have given up the idea of …

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Iraq’s Garden of Eden Now ‘Like a Desert’

Huwaizah Marshes, Iraq — To feed and cool his buffaloes, Hashem Gassed must traverse 10 kilometers (6 miles) of sun-scorched land in southern Iraq, where drought ravages devastating parts of the mythical Mesopotamian swamps. The swamplands of Iraq, the rumored home of the biblical Garden of Eden, have been hit …

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Larry Wayne Searcy – Daily Journal

GREENWOOD Larry Wayne Searcy, 68, died August 5, 2022. He was a graduate of Whiteland Community High School and attended Purdue University. He was married to Tammara Lee Searcy for 32 years. He is survived by his two children, Matthew (Tammy) Ryan Searcy and Emily (David) Grace Flynn, grandson Elias …

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Study shows backyard chicken eggs contain 40 times more lead than store-bought eggs

There’s nothing like the fresh eggs from your own chickens more than 400,000 Australians who keep garden chickens will tell you. Unfortunately, their eggs often differ from those on the market not only in terms of freshness and taste. Our newly published research Found eggs from backyard hens, on average, …

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The 9 best compost bins of 2022

Who is it for: Individuals looking for an easy way to get started with outdoor composting. Who is it not for: People who prefer a composter with a lid. If you are looking for a strong, durable outdoor compost bin, a metal composter is your best bet. In Carr’s experience, …

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Video shows outrageous theft of $2 million worth of jewelry from New York store

Bronx jewelry store robbery caught on camera, 4 suspects wanted 01:25 According to the NYPD, an investigation is ongoing into a robbery by four masked men who brazenly broke into a jewelry store in the Bronx last week and made off with an estimated $2 million worth of merchandise. The …

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After a century on Mammoth Road, Still’s Tractor and Nursery continues to evolve

Most of Still’s Mammoth Road business was moved to Turf Depot in Hooksett, MANCHESTER, NH – For more than 100 years, Still’s Tractor and Nursery has anchored the intersection of Mammoth and Candia streets. Generations of farmers, gardeners and landscapers in Manchester. and residents were regular customers. When Charles P. …

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The art of collecting garden art

Rebecca parker is a gem. She’s a lone star collector, sitting alone amid a rugged collection of amazing garden objects and plant matter on State Street in Carlsbad. And if you need unusual pots, mirrors, statues, rare glass jars or even bird cages, you will find them here. But unfortunately …

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China’s youth reject the country’s hyper-competitive school and work culture

When 27-year-old Lily, from central China’s Henan province, left her hometown for Hong Kong five years ago, she was full of hope for her future. A Big Four accounting firm had offered her a job in their Hong Kong office, located in an elegant building in the city’s busy financial …

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Cultivating solutions to the hunger of families affected by conflict – Democratic Republic of the Congo

By MARGARITE CLAREY Communications and Advocacy Consultant, Mercy Corps DRCand CHRISTIAN MUHINDO Multimedia Communications Officer, Mercy Corps DRC At just 24, Grace Ganisikale knows what it’s like to start your life from scratch. In April 2021, violence broke out in her native Nyankunde, forcing Grace and thousands of others to …

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Six new things to know about Adelaide this week – 26 July 2022

An acquisition at Magill Estate KitchenHousewarming Series is a new monthly event at the Magill Estate Kitchen (MEK) that will feature 12 guest chefs from across the country over the next 12 months. It kicks off this Thursday, July 28 with Jake Nicolson of Brisbane’s acclaimed Sichuan and Cantonese-inspired diner …

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Use this app to keep your plants thriving and growing

Discover startups, services, products and more from our partner StackCommerce. New York Post may receive compensation and/or an affiliate commission if you purchase through our links. Would you like to connect with nature? Gardening is a great way not only to get to know nature better, but also to make …

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Laois Nationalist – SOLAS – French success, good food and fame at last

Sponsored Post The first ‘SOLAS French Festival’ was a huge success – beautiful weather, huge crowds, wonderful French music, history lectures and of course the unveiling of a new 440 square meter mural by Julien Bouchez, Counselor at the French Embassy. SOLAS co-owner David Maher explains: “The Saturday of the …

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Carley J Roth | Seward independent

Carley June Roth was born on a farm near Milford on July 27, 1941 to Lawrence and Bernice (Klopfenstein) Hauder. Carley died in Lincoln on July 12, 2022 at the age of 80. From an early age, Carley accepted Christ as her personal Savior. Carley attended country school before transferring …

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – The farmers market in Hancock attracts newcomers

Monadnock Ledger Transcript Published: 07/18/2022 12:36:04 Modified: 07/18/2022 12:35:40 The Hancock Farmers and Artisans Market, which has just returned after an eight-year hiatus, is attracting new vendors. For some, Thursday’s market was the second of the season, the first ever. “This is the first time we’ve hosted a farmers’ market …

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Greenhouse at Village Square Alabang wins at 17th Retail Asia Awards

THE Greenhouse at Village Square Alabang, the first shopping mall in the Philippines developed by Megaworld Lifestyle Malls, has been recognized for its innovation, winning Brand Transformation of the Year-Philippines at the recently concluded 17th Retail Asia Awards. Recognizing the growing demand for plants and gardening supplies and the need …

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Sharon McCurdy obituary – Oklahoman

Sharon McCurdy was born on March 15, 1942 to Eugene and Anna Jane McCurdy in Springfield, MO. She died peacefully on July 8, 2022 at the age of 80 after a brief battle with pancreatic cancer. Before her death, she was invited to a celebration of her 80th birthday with …

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Jeanne (Jean) Abraham Totah | obituary

Jeanne (Jean) Abraham Totah Jeanne (Jean) Abraham Totah was born on July 12, 1929 to Joe and Dora Abraham in Dallas, TX. She graduated from Merici (Ursuline) High School as a salutator and was a member of the Phi Theta Kappa sorority. She attended Springfield Junior College, where she was …

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After Roe V. Wade’s ouster, some turn to economic protest

Jane Long, 33, typically spends a little over $700 on groceries every two weeks. Previously, she spent that money at Walmart. But after the Supreme Court overturned the constitutional right to an abortion, Long — who works as a housewife and lives hours away from the nearest personal protest — …

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Obituary for Earl Timothy Arena – Burlington County Times

On July 3rd, 2022, the world lost a truly unique, one of a kind individual, the Earl Timothy Arena. Earl loved spoiling his kids, taking care of our animals, swimming in the ocean, riding motorcycles, talking to his boyfriend, meeting his family, collecting, going to flea markets, modern art, to …

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Portal pirates stole my online purchases, but now I have a secret weapon – and her name is Norma | Arwa Mahdawi

EEvery time I decide to do something useful with my life, the universe conspires against me. For example, last week I decided that I’m going to get into gardening. Growing stuff seemed like a healthy way to deal with the crumbling of American democracy and the rapid decline in civil …

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“One King Alone” by Rachel Kushner

The woman in the picture was the man’s wife, George assumed. Just how the picture was composed and how he’d said “she.” The point isn’t her. George had been married three times. He and his first wife, Jenny’s mother, had planned to inhabit the world together, a small world shaped …

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Tiptree Garden Center unveils new look with local MP

Priti attended the dedication ceremony along with owner Tom Gregan and his wife Nikki. Submitted by the office of Priti Patel Witham MP Priti Patel recently paid a visit to a newly renovated farm shop and garden center to show her support for the local business. Tom’s Farm Shop and …

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According to experts, the 5 best terrarium kits in 2022

If you shop through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Terrariums are essentially small, enclosed gardens that you can curate yourself. Terrarium kits are a great way to start with the best plants for your home. We spoke to 3 experts about the best terrarium kits, …

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The Ligonier Home Tour gives an insight into 5 eclectic properties in the area

When Carmen Quartararo decided to move from California to western Pennsylvania in 2020, she ended up buying a home in Ligonier without anyone seeing it. “The house was built in the 1950s by a local family for their two unmarried sisters,” Quartararo said. “They were seamstresses. They lived very modestly …

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The Little Shop has an entertaining core with a challenging UI – Big Boss Battle (B3)

I’ve been really enjoying simulator games lately, and so when Winkeltje: The little shop came to xbox, i was interested to download it and see what happened. This little shop game has many different options to manage things, keep customers happy and much more. Winkeltje: The little shop starts by …

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The three best independent garden centers in the West Midlands to visit this summer

The warm weather of late has provided the perfect opportunity to get out in the garden and get it ready for summer. And we have many great garden centers in the West Midlands that are much more than just a plant nursery. If you’re looking for plants, shrubs, bedding plants, …

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Faith leaders in Springfield push for gun reform after mass shooting

About 40 people gathered Tuesday afternoon in the basement of the building that houses Brentwood Christian Church and Trinity Presbyterian Church to attend the Enough Is Enough: Faithful Steps to End Gun Violence Now event marking the end of the Gun Violence in America Demanded After the Mass Shootings in …

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Top 6 Gifts & Gear for Father’s Day 2022

Father’s Day is just around the corner. From versatile menswear and vacation-ready accessories to cutting-edge tech, find everything you need to shop when you’ve run out of ideas. With Mother’s Day just over, we barely have a minute to catch our breath before we start thinking about gifting the father …

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Bayer’s garden shop is closing permanently at the end of June

Bayers Garten-Shop has been a family business for 81 years, spanning three generations. ST. LOUIS – A popular nursery in south St. Louis and Imperial will be closing its doors permanently at the end of the month. This was announced by Bayer’s garden shop his shop is being closed citing …

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Rural Ministry Gets Boost From Nonprofits, Businesses | News, Sports, Jobs

Home Depot employees beautify the Chautauqua County Department of Agriculture compound in Dunkirk. After a surprise visit from Dunkirk Fredonia’s Home Depot last fall, the Chautauqua County Department of Agriculture received a grant from the Home Depot Foundation. Home Depot’s environmental and social strategy is based …

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Pinterest deal hints at major e-commerce push

Pinterest (PINS -2.75%) announced that it has agreed to acquire The Yes, a fashion shopping platform that creates a personalized feed based on user input. This is the company’s most significant acquisition in a while and marks the first signs of a serious turning point in its growth strategy. Here’s …

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From my mother’s garden

With swathes of verdant greenery and spots of blooming flora, few places have the sacredness and beauty of a garden. With a natural green thumb, my mother introduced me to the art of gardening — she spent years of her young life managing a local greenhouse in a small Michigan …

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Why I Love Suffolk – Kate Elliott

Released: 4:00 p.m. May 29, 2022 memory My fondest memory is going to Christchurch Park in Ipswich with my grandparents when I was a kid. I have loved gardening from a young age so I really enjoyed exploring the picturesque grounds with the expansive lawns, wooded areas, arboretum and ponds. …

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Mr. Bill closes hair salon after nearly 53 years | news

Today is a sad day for many residents of Lepanto as it is the last day to say “Mr. Bill’ at his aptly named Bill’s Barber Shop, where he has entertained them with his humorous stories while cutting their hair for the last five decades. The humble son of partners …

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Chelsea Flower Show fringe events across London this week

I If you’ve missed out on tickets to this year’s official Chelsea Flower Show, you can still pick up flowers at one of the many events taking place around London to celebrate the gardening world’s biggest event. Here are my top picks. Chelsea Fringe Now in its 11th year, the …

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Mangrove Nine Garden brings activism to Chelsea Flower Show | Chelsea Flower Show

They were worlds apart in 1970 when Britt Ekland, with Rose of the Year, was the face of the Chelsea Flower Show. Months later, the 55-day trial of defendants who became known as the Mangrove Nine would make legal history as black activists embraced and overthrew the power of the …

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Horticulture heroes discuss new book and garden tips

A new generation of gardeners has emerged from the pandemic. But now the world has opened up again, will that change? Not if plantman Paul Smyth is anything. Talking to Paul, who divides his life between his native Carlow, his adopted home of Wales and Dublin, where he works two …

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Best Garden Tool Stand | FOX 5 San Diego

Which garden tool stand is the best? Growing your own food and flowers is one of life’s greatest pleasures. What’s not so pleasant is spending half your time looking for a shovel or scissors that you need. A garden tool rack can minimize frustration and keep all your garden essentials …

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Michigan State University and Windmill Island Gardens jointly offer gardening classes

An emerging new partnership between Michigan State University Extension and Windmill Island Gardens will allow those along the lakefront not only to learn more about pollinators in a new exhibit garden, but to use it for free Intelligent gardening Classes that run throughout the season. Classes are led by MSU …

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A simple guide to getting started with gardening

PEDESTRIAN.TV has partnered with Lipton Ice Tea to bring people together. Sometimes, after a hectic day, I look up from my stupid phone and realize it’s dark outside. I kind of spent all day alone working on my big digital rectangle and treating myself by scrolling on the smaller one. …

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Pleasure Garden – NoHo Arts District

This month’s LA Art Feature runs through July 30th at the Pleasure Garden at the Laurie Shapiro Studio Gallery. This month’s LA Art Feature runs through July 30th at the Pleasure Garden at the Laurie Shapiro Studio Gallery. Away from the “boys club” mentality and into a space of reclaimed …

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Flowering Garden Centers – Winnipeg Free Press

April showers – and snowstorms – finally brought Mayflowers and their lovers to garden centers in droves on Saturday morning. The atmosphere at the Lacoste Garden Center was exciting as the sun and wind brought in the first balmy weekend of the year – a long-awaited coming for inexperienced gardener …

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Clever way business owners have promoted their products

take my money now These VERY funny store signs and displays will definitely convince shoppers to open their wallets Big Global Travel has collected creative marketing ideas from around the world A supermarket made a mannequin dress entirely out of toilet paper rolls A UK shop advertised small plaques as …

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The 30 best swimming pool designs

Chad Mellon / Lance Gerber Along with the warm weather and natural beauty, don’t forget about the fun that comes with diving into a pool. Imagine crystal clear water in the comfort of your garden or indoors for family and friends. Considering the time of year we share nicely Swimming …

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How to pull off the seaside grandmother look that’s all over TikTok

When I first heard the term “coastal grandmother” I had no idea what it was – but I knew right away that it sounded like a trend I could get behind. The expression evokes lounging days on a chaise longue, fresh linen outfits and homes with spacious farmhouse kitchens. And …

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Historic May Events: Netherland Inn Opens for 2022 Season |

An opening of historic sites and two more with events earlier in the month highlight the May history happenings in our region. Netherlands inn The Netherland Inn will open for its 2022 season on Saturday 7th May from 11am to 3pm. Tours of the inn and Pioneer Transportation Museum are …

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Reynoldstown Atlanta Coffee Shop and Cafe ParkGrounds is converting its dog park into an outdoor patio and beer garden

The off-leash dog park at Reynoldstown Cafe and Cafe ParkGrounds is officially closed, but the covered patio and indoor seating remain open. Johnny Gianoulidis, who also owns the Greek restaurant Kafenio on the Avondale Estates the Greek pizzeria and gyros in Brookhaven, began renovations last week to convert the small …

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How to get kids interested in gardening

This is the perfect time of year to decorate your garden. You might want to get your children or grandchildren involved. Spring, How about a fairy garden with small accessories for small plants? All garden shops should be well stocked. My grandchildren are always on the lookout for the perfect …

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The hydroponic garden grows vegetables at Reading Terminal Market

At one of America’s oldest public markets, Christina McCoy oversees a high-tech vertical garden. What’s up: McCoy is the owner of the Sustainable farm by Custom Cuisinea hydroponic farming stall that opened at Reading Terminal Market in November. She grows kale, rosemary, Swiss chard, and dozens of other herbs and …

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Shops open and close this weekend for the Easter holidays

(NEXSTAR) – While it’s not a holiday, last-minute errands on Easter Sunday 2022 can get tricky if you don’t do your homework. For some big-name companies, Sunday means normal operating hours, while others change schedules or close altogether. Full Pink Moon to dazzle the night sky before Easter Since the …

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Plant shop Gloucester Road is opening an inner-city garden center in its back garden

A plant shop on Bristol’s Gloucester Road is opening its own garden center in its back garden later this month. Wild Leaflocated at 43 Gloucester Road, claims to be opening the city’s first independently owned inner-city garden center “with a strong focus on sustainable products and car-free plant shopping”. The …

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Gardening April 2022 – FishersIsland.net

From Melie’s garden After a cold and wintry March, daffodils are appearing on the island, hopefully signaling that April will be a more spring-like month. But with the warmer weather comes the April Gardening Chore List. Finish pruning trees and shrubs before they sprout Cut back perennials left in flower …

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Tomato growing tips from the Weston Garden Center

Here’s the latest “Out in the Garden” column from Mark Cox of Baytree Garden Center in Weston… To stay one step ahead of our pursuers this week, we dressed up as master builders. Of course I took on the role of foreman – safety boots, safety vest, hard hat and …

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Enhance your garden with plants the East End loves at East Hampton Gardens

Like perennials that bloom each year, Long Island’s eager gardeners have returned for another season. One of their East End hotspots is East Hampton Gardens, a one-stop destination for gardeners looking for inspiration, resources and tips to make their springtime plot sing. Michael Giannelli, 55, who bought the upscale nursery …

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Edison, Ford Estates Host Annual Grow Fort Myers | News, Sports, Jobs – SANIBEL-CAPTIVA

EDISON AND FORD WINTER ESTATES Participants in a gardening workshop at the Edison and Ford Winter Estates in Fort Myers. The Edison and Ford Winter Estates will host the yearbook “Growing Fort Myers” Plant sale and garden workshop event on April 9th ​​from 9am to 4pm …

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When to Plant Garlic: For Superior Taste

Wondering when to plant garlic to benefit from a flavor that outshines store-bought onions? Consumed fresh in summer, home-grown garlic tastes milder and sweeter, and stored well yields cloves that add incredible flavor to cooking all year round. Plus, growing garlic is easy, whether in the vegetable garden or in …

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Capital Region Flower and Garden Expo returns after pandemic hiatus – The Daily Gazette

TROY – In 2014, Samantha Nass moved to Saratoga Springs with her husband from New York City, leaving behind a 20-year career in finance to pursue her lifelong passion of opening a florist business. Samantha Nass Floral Design was strictly a forward business in the early years – catering for …

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Gardening promotes heart health in older women – optimal purchase

Medical experts advise older women to take up gardening to improve health In 2018, the BBC published an article stating that gardening could be the answer for people living longer and even to the age of 100. Now a new report has shown that gardening could improve heart health in …

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Laughing Place Merchandise Highlights for March 21st

So much product, so little time! On any given day, Disney surely launches a new product, launches a limited-time sale, or celebrates one of its movies, series, or franchises, and you do your best to keep up with all the announcements, but sometimes you just have to admit it a …

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Hawkins Farmers Co-op has been serving rural lifestyles for more than 60 years | Rogersville

The Hawkins Farmers Co-op has served Hawkins County since 1959. It has grown and changed to meet the needs of its customers. The Hawkins Farmers Co-op was founded in 1959 as an agricultural cooperative. It was founded by local farmers to ensure reliable, high-quality feed, seed and fertilizer products at …

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After 2 years, SF’s Castro survives COVID

While few people are likely to forget the silent shroud that covered San Francisco two years ago with the March 17 COVID-19 lockdown, businesses in the LGBTQ neighborhood of Castro are still grappling with the fallout from the impact of the pandemic. “The COVID-19 pandemic has had a debilitating impact …

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Obituary: Marilyn A. (Beesley) Levesque

Marilyn A. (Beesley) Levesque PORTLAND — Marilyn A. Levesque, 86, of Portland, died Friday, March 11, 2022 at her daughter’s home in Gray surrounded by her family. She was born on September 2, 1935 in Berlin, NH to George, Sr. and Kathleen (Jones) Beesley. She was a 1954 graduate of …

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Gardening: Want to spend less on your landscape? | community

Gardening and maintaining a beautiful landscape can be a costly affair, especially when you’re on a budget. Saving for the next growing season is a year-round process, but changing just a few habits can save you some money and get more garden bang for your buck. Here are a few …

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Potter Valley Tribe opens Ukiah Coffee Shop in honor of late member – The Ukiah Daily Journal

There was quite a gathering outside Grace Hudson Elementary School on Friday afternoon, but the crowd wasn’t there to visit campus. They celebrated the opening of Gram’s Coffee House, described as the first Native American-owned coffee shop to open in Mendocino County. The business, located at 1610 S. State St. …

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Mary Alice Meinersman, owner of the Bon Bons chocolate shop in Huntington Village, has died at the age of 78

Mary Alice Meinersman began her career as a chocolatier in Huntington Village in the early 1980s as the lady who hand-dipped glazed orange peels or slices of raspberry cream in cauldrons of melted chocolate in a New York Avenue store window. Passers-by watched as Meinersman worked the job, which she …

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MONDAY COUNTRY STORE – KWHI.com

WRITTEN ARTICLES, $3 PER DAY Wanted: Part-time Maintenance/Events Assistant at Chappell Hill Lavendar Farm, someone who enjoys outdoor gardening and landscaping, flexible hours, the position will include general landscaping and container gardening, lawn maintenance, maintenance as needed and tending the area around the gift shop hereabouts. cared for, also help …

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Rohrer Seeds: 103 years and still growing | gardening

SMOKETOWN, Pa. – Rohrer Seeds in Smoketown, Lancaster County has been around for a long time – since 1919 to be exact – but the business is always evolving. The family business moves with the times and regularly expands its customer base with new products in addition to tried-and-tested old …

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