Community gardens have a varied history around the world. They are defined by the Marin Master Gardeners as “any piece of land gardened by a group of people, utilizing either individual or shared plots on private or public land.” In addition, “the land may produce fruit, vegetables, and/or ornamentals. Community
Plants are a beautiful addition to any home or apartment. They liven up the room, add color and provide the calming benefits of nature. However, while there are many wonderful bonuses to having plants in your house, one potential negative is maintaining your plants on a regular basis, especially if
Nowadays, getting engaged is no longer as simple as getting on one knee, presenting a diamond ring, and asking the important question: Will you marry me? If you’re thinking of weddings and popping the question to your loved one any time soon, here are a few creative proposals for inspiration.
You spent hours plotting your vegetable garden out on paper, checked the calendar for recommended planting dates, purchased saplings and ordered the very best seeds you could afford. Then came the hours of bending and kneeling and carefully planting the promised delectables when suddenly, you hear the weather forecast It