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SG576: Ornamental Grasses for Every Garden By Jennifer Ebeling | July 7, 2017 I am really excited about today’s show: I’m going to review a variety of ornamental grasses and provide tips on how to incorporate them into your landscape. Ornamental grasses add so much to your landscape. They offer a diverse number of benefits… Author information J ...…
 
Yuuu! This week's guest is a magical friend who has been walking down the green living path since she was 19. She has a special outlook and attitude toward life - you can hear it in her voice - and she exudes kindness, love, compassion, and all things greenylicious. She makes plants f-u-n, delicious to eat (it's true - I have tasted her cooking ...…
 
Who doesn't want to save some time and add convenience to their lives? The Dollar Saving Divas are all over it in this episode.Check out a new wi-fi router if your home is too large for your current router. Mesh networking with multiple routers.Voice activated appliances and assistants.Bring up the laundry room to an upper level from the baseme ...…
 
via Artify With this installment, we’ll begin a series exploring one of the most famous historical mysteries, one which gripped all of Europe with speculation and obsession for years and even today brings new fascination and astonishment to those who discover it. The story involves a mysterious character of unknown origins, suspicions of dynast ...…
 
As we head out of spring and into summer this week we focused on hanging baskets, bedding plants and fruit trees which are coming into flower at the moment and showing signs of a fruitful harvest. The coronet vareity of apples were featured as a plant that is easy to grow and requires low maintenance. The repair and maintenance of lawns was als ...…
 
Nancy Bailey on Prolific Vegetables in Small Spaces. Increasing the yield of a small garden through planning and care. Nancy had an idyllic childhood growing up in western New York State, right next door to her grandfather who she adored. He had a small farm where he raised a few head of beef cattle and always had a few dozen chickens. While mu ...…
 
A soft whimper came from across the darkened room. My eyes cracked open, trying to discern what had woken me from a not-so-great sleep. It’s one thing to be woken from a great sleep - at least you had a great sleep. But to be startled to reality out of terrible sleep, that’s just plain painful. If anyone asks, “Who let the dog out?” it was me! ...…
 
Thanks to Stokes Seeds, our new sponsor of the Your Gardening Questions podcast! Their sponsorship helps keep this podcast free for you.More than just a listing of vegetables and flower seeds, the Stokes Seeds website is a complete resource center with valuable information on seed starting, planting and harvesting, plus all the gardening access ...…
 
This is our penultimate episode of the year! With only a few weeks to go before Christmas, Rachel has lost her mind with her holiday knitting so we’ve found some gifts for knitters ideas to keep things sane in your own households and you can get back to your own projects instead of stuff for other people! First a word from our sponsor: The Love ...…
 
City of Chimeras by Richard Bowes 1. Salome's hand is the hinge and John the Baptist's head is the hammer on the doorknocker at the Studio Caravaggio. I slam the brass head held by its brass hair on the door a few times before the spy slot on the iron door opens and closes. To mortal eyes here in the Middle World even a half-breed Fey like me c ...…
 
City of Chimeras by Richard Bowes 1. Salome's hand is the hinge and John the Baptist's head is the hammer on the doorknocker at the Studio Caravaggio. I slam the brass head held by its brass hair on the door a few times before the spy slot on the iron door opens and closes. To mortal eyes here in the Middle World even a half-breed Fey like me c ...…
 
This week on StoryWeb: Emily Brontë’s novel, Wuthering Heights. Ooh! Heathcliff! That’s who I think of when I think of Emily Brontë’s 1847 novel, Wuthering Heights. Sure, there’s Catherine and Nelly Dean and the moors and the intricately layered story within a story, but for me, it is all about Heathcliff, the quintessential dark, brooding, fie ...…
 
Horticulturalist Lisa Hilgenberg, from Chicago Botanic Garden, says ornamental grasses are putting on a show as our gardens reach their peak time this season.
 
Horticulturalist Lisa Hilgenberg, from Chicago Botanic Garden, says ornamental grasses are putting on a show as our gardens reach their peak time this season.
 
Episode 133: Is it time to turn your lawn into a biodiverse meadow? In this interview with John Greenlee, we learn about the many benefits of meadow gardens. An expert in grass ecology and sustainable design, John is the author of the books The American Meadow Garden and The Encyclopedia of Ornamental Grasses. John Greenlee says meadows are the ...…
 
Exclusive to Vedic Management Center by U Mahesh Prabhu When Alexander ‘The Great’ was in Aryavartha (as India was known), he had just defeated Puru (corrupted as Porous), the ruler of a small kingdom on the subcontinent’s north-western border in the Punjab. During his march through this conquered kingdom, he saw ascetics clad in nothing but si ...…
 
Exclusive to Vedic Management Center by U Mahesh Prabhu When Alexander ‘The Great’ was in Aryavartha (as India was known), he had just defeated Puru (corrupted as Porous), the ruler of a small kingdom on the subcontinent’s north-western border in the Punjab. During his march through this conquered kingdom, he saw ascetics clad in nothing but si ...…
 
This week on StoryWeb: Herman Melville’s novel Moby-Dick. This episode is dedicated to the memory of Tim Kamer. Here is a book whose fortunes have gone down and up, down and maybe up again. When Herman Melville’s epic novel Moby-Dick was published in 1851, much (if not most) of the reading public began to suspect that he had gone insane. The po ...…
 
Michelle Wallace visits the Duke Gardens to get insights on growing ornamental grasses in North Carolina. Michelle interviews Bobby Mottern, Director of Horticulture at Duke Gardens, to get his opinion on growing ornamental grasses near ponds.By rwatson@unctv.org (RL Watson).
 
Listen to this audiobook free with a 30-day trial. Go to http://audiobookspace.com/free Title: Once She Saw? Brilliant JewelsSubtitle: Ms. Araminta Cozy Mystery Series, Book 3Author: Deborah DiazNarrator: Daniela AcitelliFormat: UnabridgedLength: 3 hrs and 5 minsLanguage: EnglishRelease date: 02-19-16Publisher: Chong Teck ChuanGenres: Mysteries ...…
 
Set between the ocean and the forest, Kurhotel Skodsborg just north of Copenhagen is one of the leading luxury spa hotels in Denmark and an easy 30 minute train ride from the city or the airport. Although close to the vibrant centre of Copenhagen, the hotel is seductively relaxing, with views of the ocean from the rooftop terraces and a private ...…
 
Synopsis Kick back and enjoy this mini-anthology of spine-tingling short stories from Diane Wing, author of "Thorne Manor And Other Bizarre Tales" and "Coven: Scrolls of the Four Winds." Another Walk in the Park: A familiar walking path leads to a disturbing encounter in an unexpected realm. Dark Hollow Road: A grieving sister searches for her ...…
 
Stalemate by Rose Lemberg He wakes to warmth. The floor beneath his head. He stares at the spider-patterns etched into the ceiling, tiny and dense, gray against darker gray. No power runs through them. Inert now. Unneeded. He wants to make the patterns work again. —how could anyone survive a descent through Calamity storms? Above him, someone’s ...…
 
Stalemate by Rose Lemberg He wakes to warmth. The floor beneath his head. He stares at the spider-patterns etched into the ceiling, tiny and dense, gray against darker gray. No power runs through them. Inert now. Unneeded. He wants to make the patterns work again. —how could anyone survive a descent through Calamity storms? Above him, someone’s ...…
 
Greg Rabourn talks to education specialist Sasha Shaw of the King County Noxious Weed Program. There’s a new list of state noxious weeds for 2015. It’s just like the Emmy Awards, but even more noxious. The government sees the list as an organizing tool to try and figure which sweet little plant might just hide a thuggish, dangerous disposition. ...…
 
March 28, 2015 - Debbie Cook, Master Gardener and Certified Arborist, welcomed this beautiful weekend weather with a lot of listener questions this week. Listen in to Debbie’s advice and answers to these questions: How do I get rid of the suckers under my trees? Is it the right time to mulch my garden? What are some watering tips for planting o ...…
 
Thousands of years after leaving earth the human colonies explore their old planet, sending a legion of androids to penetrate the mysterious atmosphere. Echoes | Head They arrived in a swarm across the early morning sky. As the sun placed its gentle touch across the horizon, scattering the subtle greys and pinks of dawn, ten thousand silver for ...…
 
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