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Companion Planting Guide

Companion planting is based on long time observations of the benefits of growing certain types of plants near each other.  For example, the Native American Iroquois planted beans, corn and squash together, a combination known as ''The Three Sisters''.  The corn provides a support for the...


How-To: Planting Bulbs

In the fall, as the days get shorter and the leaves start to dress themselves in autumn colours, gardeners everywhere are busy planting bulbs such as tulips, daffodils and crocus. And no wonder. With only a few guidelines to follow, planting bulbs is a cinch and they reward you with a stunning...


Planting New Costa Rican Roots

After attending college in the United States, 27-year-old Tyson Ennis returned home to Costa Rica with his parents. Although it's customary for children in Costa Rica to live with their families until they marry, he is breaking tradition and searching for a space to call his own. With a budget...


Planting Rhode Island Roots

Stacy Kish, originally from Connecticut, settled in Warwick, R.I., after college and has been living in a cramped one-bedroom rental that has given her a bad case of the blahs. She has been saving her cash and is now ready to strike out and buy her first home. Real estate agent Alayna Berek helps...


Planting Roots in Round Rock

Away from the hustle and bustle of Austin, Texas, is the little suburb of Round Rock, which has grown rapidly in recent years, thanks to the high-tech companies that make their home there. With so much happening, it's no surprise that 20-year-old Nick Cottingham wants to be a part of it. He...


Gardening Gang in South Central LA

Ron Finley. Image courtesy of the Ever heard of a food desert? No, it's not and arid dustbowl in faraway lands, but the name of a dangerous phenomenon that plagues low-income areas all over the US.You see, food deserts are areas where affordable and nutritious food is virtually...

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Are Gardening-Related Injuries More Common than We Thought?

 By: Iris Benaroia   Most of us don't worry about hurting ourselves while pruning the peonies. Yet each year when the weather starts to warm up, chiropractor Kristina Peterson sees the inevitable gardening-related injuries.  Peterson, who is the president of the Ontario...

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5 Ways to Stay Cool in the Summer (AND Warm in the Winter!)

 It's hard to believe after the long winter we've endured, but soon it's going to get HOT. Now is the time to start planning ways to maintain optimal home comfort this summer. And coincidentally, many tips apply across seasonal changes. Here are five ways you can stay cool as a cucumber through...

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