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How To Stake Perennials That Have Fallen In Your GardenHow To Stake Perennials That Have Fallen In Your Garden

Staking should be a part of regular perennial care that will add stability to your plants and support the stems. Sometimes, because of over-fertilizing, stems can become weak. Perennials that love sun tend to seek sunlight by stretching and stalking can add some structure to their growth. Staking can be preventive or remedial. Perennials can fall over because of ...

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CORONA: Volunteers correct veteran's landscaping – Press

CORONA: Volunteers repair veteran’s landscaping Home Depot volunteeres install a fence at the Corona home of Bill Urieta, 66, a Vietnam veteran. , COURTESY OF BILL URIETA Related article » When Corona resident Bill Urieta, 66, stepped outside his door on a brisk November morning and saw his fence had blown down the night before, he was less than ...

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New Skywind "Envision" trailer showcases some beautiful landscaping

[embedded content] Skywind is a very big, very ambitious modding project that seeks to bring the whole of Morrowind, the land of The Elder Scrolls III, into the newer, prettier realm of Skywind, also known as The Elder Scrolls V—or, more precisely, the Creation Engine that drives it. It's been in development for well over three years now, and ...

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Lawsuit: Landscaping Co. Claims It's Owed $94350 By Affordable Housing Provider

A landscaping company last week filed a lawsuit that names a New Canaan organization as a defendant, saying it’s owed nearly $100,000 for work done two years ago. Canaan Parish is a public housing complex at the top of Lakeview Avenue, by Route 123. Credit: Michael Dinan New Canaan Neighborhoods Inc.—a nonprofit organization formed in 1980 to provide housing ...

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Goleta Council Votes to Adhere to California's New Water Landscaping Rules

The Goleta City Council has approved an ordinance to stay in line with new state requirements for landscape development projects. The mandate could have an impact on the lawns and landscaping of future residential or commercial developments, similar to this open space at Hollister Village.                      (Gina Potthoff / Noozhawk ...

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Series of open gardening, landscaping seminars set for San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO – The Texas AM AgriLife Extension Service and the Bexar County Master Gardeners volunteer organization will hold a series of free spring gardening seminars in San Antonio. A series of free gardening and landscaping seminars will be held this spring at different locations in San Antonio. (Texas AgriLife Extension Service photo) The seminars will be presented by ...

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Landscaping association to sinecure 20

Grunder Landscaping Company (WDTN PhotoMaytal Levi) MIAMISBURG, Ohio (WDTN) – A landscaping company is looking to hire 20 employees. Grunder Landscaping Company says business has been climbing for last the couple of years and it’s expected to keep growing. The owner, Marty Grunder, says it’s one example of how well the local economy is doing. The company is expecting a 20 percent ...

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