This local couple will plant and maintain your vegetable garden for you

Kirsten and Paul Kesicki train a pea plant to grow the net (credit: Felicia LaLomia). In a well-tended backyard in Southold, Paul and Kirsten Kesicki show off their raised vegetable patch. Four beds in elegant wooden boxes contain a myriad of plants. Carrot tops, radish beginnings, cauliflower beginnings, all poke …

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A wonderful tropical plant –

Clear skies and blazing sun, searing winds and ocean waves are the perfect combination to damage your skin. Unless, of course, you have aloe vera plants nearby to protect you from the elements. Known as the “doctor in pot,” this cactus-like plant with long green leaves filled with a transparent …

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Column: Responding to a growing love for native plants

There was a time when selling plants native to Southern California was like trying to get homeowners to buy weeds. Today, as hearts and minds listen more to the natural world, Jose Cohen scrambles to meet the wholesale demand for native plants that have often been suppressed by garden enthusiasts …

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JANET B. CARSON: Innovative

JUNE If you’ve been to any local nurseries and garden centers recently, you might think the earlier claims of plant scarcity were wrong, but take a close look. Annual flowers are still coming – luckily growers can produce them much faster than they can from woody shrubs, vines, and perennials. …

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These 5 Home Interior Design Brands Furnish Homes For India And The World

With the increase in disposable income, more and more people are now focusing on improving the aesthetics of their homes. This has led to the growth of the Indian interior design market, with consumer spending is increasing from $ 1,824 billion in 2017 to nearly $ 3,600 billion in 2020. …

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June Plant Sales and Gardening Webinars

Plant sales continue in June The Willowside school nursery remains open for sale, with the next open house scheduled for June 5th. The nursery supported by the school has a multitude of low water consumption and drought tolerant plants; Native of California; delicious; grasses; salvias and plants beneficial to insects, …

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Water skier from Lutz, 16, describes jumper mentality: “Closest thing to flying”

LUTZ, Florida – Since being able to stand, Connor Pauley, originally from Lutz, has been waterskiing. “My grandfather had a boat, and he was in [skiing]”Said Pauley.” As soon as I could walk he threw me on skis and we started to go out, and we were cutting him up! …

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Huge Amazon Memorial Day Sale: Patio Furniture, Grills, Appliances & More

The Amazon Memorial Day Sale has arrived with fantastic deals on summer essentials like patio furniture, appliances, lawn mowers, grills, garden tools and more. We’ve gone through all of the deals to bring you the Amazon Memorial Day Bestsellers just below. The Memorial Day sale event is the perfect opportunity …

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Milorganite Fertilizer on Your Lawn May Contain “Chemicals Forever”

TO CLOSE The Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District produces Milorganite Fertilizer from heat-dried sewage sludge. (Photo: Don Behm / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) People could unknowingly spill “forever chemicals” on their lawns and gardens in the form of fertilizers sold across the country, including the famous Milorganite of Milwaukee. A study by …

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