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    This article was originally posted at PennLive.com. It will be interesting to see how these trends unfold in 2010. Gardeners will dig even deeper into old-fashioned values around the yard in 2010, trend-watchers predict. Tops on the list: another increase in traditional vegetable gardening...
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    By Adrian Higgins of The Washington Post Suzanna Dennis surveys the fruits of months of tender care: a vegetable garden of vigor, health and bounty. Five tomato vines form one tangled mass, belying the notion that congested vines are disease-prone. Hers are green and lush and full of trusses...
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    This article was written by Melody Hanatani SUNSET PARK - There's a hearty vegetable garden in Greg Fuller's backyard with seemingly enough vegetables to fill the produce section of a small grocery store, teeming with zucchini, corn and tomatoes. Tending to the small farm is a team of men and...
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    Any coffee drinker will likely throw away a filter full of coffee grounds each day. But, to gardeners these old grounds are very useful in the vegetable plot, flower bed or landscape. Some may remember family members throwing coffee grounds around roses or azaleas. Besides improving acidity for...
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    The owners of a Texas gardening store think they've solved the puzzle of who has been stealing valuable plants: a trained monkey. NBCDFW reports that Jerry Duncan and Shelley Rosenfeld, owners of Plants and Planters in Richardson, Texas, fingered their prime primate suspect after examining...
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    I recall a conversation I had with neighbors when we all landed at our mailboxes at the same time. As we were talking we watched another neighbor mow his lawn and my neighbor to the left said, "Oh dear…we should pitch in and get Mr. So and So a gardening service." As a gardener myself my...
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    A giant swarm of up to 10 million ladybirds has descended on a farm and covered 'every possible inch' of the 20-acre site. The red and black insect army fell 'like a cloud' over the farm and are now three or four deep on walls, tree trunks and machinery and look like a 'crawling, wriggling...
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