In the garden | Hidden aids | Gardening

Soil microorganisms are an integral part of all ecosystems around the world, but they often go unnoticed. These tiny pillars of the soil environment perform a variety of extremely important functions, such as carbon sequestration and nutrient cycling. In addition, they also help build more resilient soils, remove contaminants from …

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June Plant Sales and Gardening Webinars

Plant sales continue in June The Willowside school crèche remains open for sale, with the next open day scheduled for June 5th. The nursery supported by the school has a multitude of low water consumption and drought resistant plants; Native of California; delicious; herbs; salvias and plants beneficial to insects, …

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The hidden face of French suburban life

May 29, 2021 THE CHAPEL-EN-VEXIN AND THE MARINES VSPASS THROUGH Farmland in a regional natural park, the approach to La Chapelle-en-Vexin is not dominated by its 12th century chapel but by newly built two-story houses. With their dormers, sloping tiled roofs and carefully designed gardens housing estates offer a French …

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Start Garden graduates are making their mark

Start Garden has been involved in Sportsman Tracker since its inception. The digital platform provides hunters and anglers with information and resources on when and where the best time is to start outdoor sports. Courtesy of Matt Read Start Garden has made its presence felt in the business community of …

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Tiny prefab architectural designs that prove this trend is the future of modern architecture!

Prefabricated architecture has recently gained a lot of popularity and momentum! Essentially, it involves constructing buildings or constructing various components at a particular location, which is best suited for construction, and then when completed, transporting it to the final site or location. Prefabricated architectural designs have a multitude of advantages: …

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Connecticut Garden Journal: Adaptive Gardening

While treating a sore shoulder, I remember everything I should do to keep my body in shape for gardening season. It’s so easy this time of year to overdo it. There are flowers to plant, shrubs to dig and move, compost and mulch to spread, and bags of fertilizer to …

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