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Gardening has always had its fair share of fans, but it’s another example of an activity—like baking, knitting, and doing puzzles—that has taken off even more since the COVID-19 outbreak began. Not only do some people find it relaxin; gardening...

Several US state departments of agriculture report that people are receiving unsolicited packets of seeds in the mail, apparently from China. Don't plant them, the officials warn. From USA Today: The agriculture departments in Washington, Lo...

Beautiful gardens are not created without the blood, sweat, and tears of busy gardeners. The best gardens are the direct result of hours of hard work, and it's a constant battle to make sure things continue to look neat and tidy. Gardeners are contin...

I love plants and I love pets, but unfortunately for me, the two don’t mix. For starters, I’m terrible at keeping plants alive. Also, a lot of plants are toxic to my cats. Recently, though, I vowed to finally bring some greenery into my space wit...

Beautiful, colorful, healthy tomatoes growing on the vine in mid summer. Ink and watercolor.Click link below to purchase art itemsFine Art America...

Raoul Pop posted a photo: Fortified church, Cincșor, România...

Yesterday my Monday morning walking group joined a public tour of New Zealand’s Government House.  (Check their website to book a tour ) This was my first visit there as when public events have been on I have missed out because of number rest...