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Finding U-Pick Farms in Your Area: Just a Few Clicks Away, by Damian Fagan

Summertime and the picking is easy (apologies to George Gershwin). Berries, cukes, beans, you name it, but where to go? You might get a recommendation from a friend or pass a farm on a country drive, but why not make it easier to search?

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The Monochromatic Garden-Reds, by Jocelyn Wyatt

Inspiration is found all around us, simple variations of life not lived, never held nor witnessed again.

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PlantFiles: Floribunda Rose 'Tuscan Sun' (Rosa )

Floribunda Rose 'Tuscan Sun'

(Rosa )

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Willis Orchard Company

Review by bhrcpl86:

I ordered 7 raseberry bushes and two blueberry bushes. They shipped within 2 days of the order and I Got them in one day....
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BirdFiles: Snowy Egret (Egretta thula)

Snowy Egret

(Egretta thula)

At one time, the beautiful plumes of the Snowy Egret were in great demand by market hunters as decorations for women's hats....
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BugFiles: Cloudless Sulphur (Phoebis sennae)

Cloudless Sulphur

(Phoebis sennae)

YELLOW VS. GREEN CATS Caterpillars are either green or yellow. The green version is from eating the leaves of the host plant...
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Map: Garden Centers, Garden Supplies

Sullivans Oak Farm

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Gardening Book: 200 Years and Growing: The Story of Stark Bro's Nurseries & Orchards Co.

200 Years and Growing: The Story of Stark Bro's Nurseries & Orchards Co.

Review by StarkBrosDeals:

Fascinating book about the folks who grew the "ancestors" of all of my fruit trees. A miracle they are still in business....
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What type of bush is this??

Hi, I just purchased a house and I have this bush in my back yard.. I have no clue as to what type it is.. It\'s also sick I think, it has a white powdery substance on the leaves.. I want to get rid of it .. Or could
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  Today in history: July 28  
0000: Today's Hortiscope: Still irritated by your annoying dinner guest's remarks? Take a late-night stroll around the garden, smell the fragrant flowers and let it go.

1586: Potatoes were introduced to Great Britain; some sources credit Thomas Harriot, while others give credit to Sir Francis Drake.

1843: Sir William Turner Thiselton-Dyer, naturalist and botanist, was born in Westminster, London. He would work at Kew for 30 years, including work on the introduction of cocoa and rubber to plantations in Sri Lanka and elsewhere.

1852: Andrew Jackson Downing, American landscape designer and editor of The Horticulturist, died aboard the steamboat 'Henry Clay' when it caught fire in the Hudson River.

1866: Helen Beatrix Potter, noted children's author, illustrator, botanist and conservationist, was born. She would publish 23 children's books, including "The Tale of Peter Rabbit," a story of a mischievous rabbit and his nemesis, Mr. McGregor and his garden.

2008: Snow (or soft hail) fell on Sydney, Australia for the first time in over 125 years (one source references a heavy snowfall 30 miles from Sydney on August 10, 1872.)

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