This garden is for teaching

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Posted by buildmin | Posted in Raised Bed Vegetable Gardening | Posted on 16-09-2015

This garden is for teaching
The mansion's vegetable gardens became an increasingly popular attraction, growing from six to 30 beds under Adams' supervision. That experience made Adams … Water them more frequently than raised beds or garden plots. Fertilizer: Adams applies …
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Vegetables thrive despite wet weather
The Huffs grow a variety of fruit and vegetables, and they sell eggs from their 30-hen laying flock. Huff said the big demand from restaurants is for fresh tomatoes. The Huffs plant around an acre and a quarter of tomato plants in raised beds and some …
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R.E.M. – Gardening At Night

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Posted by buildmin | Posted in Gardening | Posted on 10-09-2015


R.E.M. – Gardening At Night
from Chronic Town – EP
Price: USD 1.29
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Flower Garden – A Little Herb Pot

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Posted by buildmin | Posted in Garden Pots | Posted on 07-09-2015


Flower Garden – A Little Herb Pot
from 가을에 듣는 사랑과 이별의 연가, Vol. 2 – EP
Price: USD 0.99
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Flower Garden – A Little Herb Pot

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Posted by buildmin | Posted in Garden Pots | Posted on 04-09-2015


Flower Garden – A Little Herb Pot
from Melody Of The Paradise – EP
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Latest Gardening Tools News

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Posted by buildmin | Posted in Gardening Tools | Posted on 29-08-2015

Library's garden partnership has double yield of food, community
Feddern said many libraries in the country have interactive learning techniques and she thought a garden would be a good opportunity because food programming events have been popular at the library. She also wanted to connect to the community's urban …
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What made Amy Stewart leave garden bestsellers behind for the novel 'Girl
To fill in the gaps, Stewart wanted the tools available to a novelist; the book is told from Constance's point of view. She's the eldest, tall and solid — think "Game of Thrones'" Amazonian Brienne of Tarth minus armor and sword. After their mother's …
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Latest Garden Planters News

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Posted by buildmin | Posted in Garden Planters | Posted on 26-08-2015

La Grange Garden Club members make short work of 110 planters
The person came back to the lot on Ashland Avenue, tore out all the flowers from the planters and threw them on the sidewalk," she said. "We tried to salvage them and put them back in. I'm not sure if the person was caught." For the garden club members …
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Employees own this unique operation
The company also has a large inventory of flowers, with four greenhouses at its nursery in Bellevue, three greenhouses in the garden center in Twin Falls and a small greenhouse in Ketchum. “We grow our own hanging baskets and decorative planters, and …
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Prisons develop gardening programs to help inmates

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Posted by buildmin | Posted in Gardening | Posted on 11-08-2015

Prisons develop gardening programs to help inmates
Prison gardens are growing across South Carolina Department of Corrections facilities as a means of rehabilitating inmates who are looking to better themselves. The horticulture program at Perry is touting its successes with inmates and food production …
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On gardening: Little Ruby has a growing reputation in the plant world
At the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens ours are pushing 18 inches tall and a little wider. Recommended spacing is 12 inches apart. You will note these plants have a thicker compact habit than other award winners like Purple Knight and Brazilian Red Hot.
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Kurrajungs can be propagated- just watch out for the prickly husks! Source
I SEE some pretty miserable English box hedges around town and wonder why gardeners persevere with such a poor performer on our soils, when the little Euonymus Tom Thumb is so robust and disease free locally. It grows to 30cm tall much faster than …
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Bucket crops: Mississippi man takes container gardening to another level
Willie Anderson, 82, took container gardening to another level; he planted tomatoes, cucumbers, corn, okra, squash, peppers and eggplants in five-gallon plastic buckets in his yard in Red Banks, Mississippi. He now has plants in more than 1,000 buckets.
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Nevada County Master Gardeners offer free workshops in August

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Posted by buildmin | Posted in Tomato Gardening | Posted on 02-08-2015

Nevada County Master Gardeners offer free workshops in August
12: “How to Build a Raised Bed,” “The Tomato – Selection and Planting Tips,” and “Container Gardening Ideas and Tips Fun Alternatives for Flowers and Vegetables.” Aug. 13: “Growing Iris in the Foothills,” “Plant Selection for Drought.” and “Deer …
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As Mary Beth: How to prevent tomato diseases
Purdue and Missouri Botanical Garden have good information on tomato diseases and their prevention. You can find them at http://tinyurl.com/purduetomato and http://tinyurl.com/ missouritomato. Have a question about home maintenance, decorating or …
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National Association of Professional Women Inducts Dr. Alyssa Greedy, Pharm. D., Pharmacy Manager at Walgreens, Into its VIP Woman of the Year Circle

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Posted by buildmin | Posted in Gardener Tools | Posted on 15-07-2015




The National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) honors Alyssa Greedy as a 2015-2016 inductee into its VIP Woman of the Year Circle. She is recognized with this prestigious distinction for leadership in pharmacy. NAPW is the nations leading networking organization exclusively for professional women, boasting more than 700,000 members and over 200 operating Local Chapters.

Im pleased to recognize Alyssa with this important honor, said NAPW President Star Jones. Her perseverance, work ethic and leadership qualities are an inspiration to all women.

When Dr. Greedy took over the Pharmacy Manager position at Walgreens three-and-one-half years ago, it was as much a change for her new staff as it was for her. I learned very quickly that one persons attitude can affect the entire staff, especially if it starts at the top. It took a lot of encouragement and a little bit of time to get the staff engaged and happy to come to work again, said Dr. Greedy.

Luckily, with her grandmother and sister-in-law both as Pharmacists, Dr. Greedy was well-equipped for the challenge. Listening to my grandmother talk about her work and watching my sister-in-law go through pharmacy school gave me a firsthand look at the

hard work and dedication it takes to become a Pharmacist and to take care of your patients, she said.

Today, Dr. Greedys team of staff members are happy to come to work every day in the fun and supportive environment she has created for them to learn, grow and thrive. Together with her dedicated team, she has succeeded in increasing the gross profit of her

location to over 400% by reducing excess inventory, providing better service, gaining

more patients and increasing sales.

Dr. Greedys current goals are centered on learning how to incorporate metrics as a part of her people-focused approach and applying trending changes in patient care to new services in the pharmacy. I am really enjoying where I am at now, and hope that wherever I do go from here, I am able engage with my staff and interact and help my patients, she said.

About NAPW

NAPWs mission is to provide an exclusive, highly advanced networking forum to successful

women executives, professionals and entrepreneurs where they can aspire, connect

and achieve. Through innovative resources, unique tools and progressive benefits, professional

women interact, exchange ideas, advance their knowledge and empower each other.

Awards & Accomplishments: Doctor of Pharmacy, UMKC School of Pharmacy







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National Association of Professional Women Inducts Susan Hotsenpiller, Director of Government Affairs at Textron, Inc., Into its VIP Woman of the Year Circle

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Posted by buildmin | Posted in Gardener Tools | Posted on 09-07-2015




The National Association of Professional Women (NAPW) honors Susan Hotsenpiller as a 2015-2016 inductee into the NAPW VIP Woman of the Year Circle. She is recognized with this prestigious distinction for leadership in aerospace and defense. With more than 700,000 members and over 200 operating Local Chapters, NAPW is the nations leading networking organization exclusively for professional women.

Im pleased to recognize Susan with this important honor, said NAPW President Star Jones. Her perseverance, work ethic and leadership qualities are an inspiration to all women.

For 11 years, Susan Hotsenpiller has been the Director of Government Affairs with Textron, Inc. Her key responsibilities are to advocate for and against policies and regulatory matters that affect Textron businesses. Her position requires researching and

analyzing legislative proposals, interacting with members of Congress and their staff, as well as engaging with industry associations. Textrons corporate office provides oversight, direction and assistance to its businesses, consistent with sound corporate governance practices.

Immediately following graduation from the University of Arizona, Ms. Hotsenpiller began working for Congressman Bob Stump. At the time, he was Ranking Member of the House Veterans Affairs Committee and a senior member of the House Armed Services

Committee. The legislative focus of those two committees taught me to deeply appreciate the men and women who wear our nations uniform, both active duty and veterans of the services, she said.

Ms. Hotsenpiller enjoys the challenge of finding a solution, whether it is working solo or in a team. I am open to change; it presents new opportunities for me to grow and learn. Weeding through bureaucracy is the most challenging aspect, but it is rewarding when

she hears from customers that the products Textron makes are highly desired by both the military and commercial customer.

About NAPW

NAPWs mission is to provide an exclusive, highly advanced networking forum to successful women executives, professionals and entrepreneurs where they can aspire, connect and achieve. Through innovative resources, unique tools and progressive benefits,

professional women interact, exchange ideas, advance their knowledge and empower each other.







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