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I am a happy, happy mom. This weekend my college freshman is coming home. I got to see her one weekend in Oxford, but this ... Read more | Add your comment

September has an ‘R’ for oysters

It’s not the promise of cooler weather that makes me so happy to see the month of September, after all it could be late October ... Read more | Add your comment

We are saying goodbye to our last rebel

So it has finally arrived. Today my youngest child leaves for college — today, not next week, not after the Christmas holidays or even spring ... Read more | Add your comment

Cut those roots the proper way to share your envied plants

When gardeners get together and someone compliments a plant, it’s not unusual for the admirer to be offered a “piece” to take home and root. ... Read more | Add your comment

Evaluate landscape plantings now

What should be done in the garden in August? “As little as possible.” The period from late June to mid-September is the most stressful time ... Read more | Add your comment

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  5. Some plants can take heat  | Add your comment
  6. Make more than lemonade this summer  | Add your comment
  7. Check trees in storm season  | Add your comment
  8. Summer shrubs are beautiful  | Add your comment
  9. Enjoy herbs this summer  | Add your comment
  10. Celebrate graduation with beef brisket  | Add your comment
  11. Caladiums are colorful choices  | Add your comment
  12. Grandma’s pound cake is a traditional dessert for ‘children’ of all ages  | Add your comment
  13. Water your landscape properly  | Add your comment
  14. Bromeliad tropical plants are easy to cultivate, great houseplants  | Add your comment
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