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Bloom Festival PHS Philadelphia Flower Show

Philadelphia Flower Show

The PHS Philadelphia Flower Show is the largest show in the United States of its kind. Thousands attend this show in the Philadelphia Convention Center. This is a must-see show held each year in March.

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Super Pet Expo NJ 2020 Huge Success

Super Pet Expo 2020

Super Pet Expo NJ Super Pet Expo…Lately, I have found myself attending dog shows and dog events. Recently I covered the AKA Meet The Breeds Show at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City. Before I knew it there was another Pet/Dog Show called the Super Pet Expo at the NJ Convention & Exposition Center.  There were over …

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Restore Your Lawn, Learn How

Want to have a great lawn to enjoy in the summer and to increase your property value? You will want to read this aticle that details the steps in restoring or replacing your lawn and how to maintain it.

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How to Restore and Protect Your Paver Patio-Driveway

My Patio Was Installed In 1998 I had my paver patio installed in 1998 and when they installed it they just swept some sand (or blue stone dust) into the joints.  Of course after a year  the sand came out of the joints.  For years I have struggled with the patio because of moss and weeds growing through the joints.  …

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Aberdeen Celebrates Fall + 9/11 Dedication

September 10, 2016 – Aberdeen Day Once again Aberdeen Day goes way beyond any of the other town days because of the hard work of Mayor Fred Tagliarini and the township committee. Aberdeen is a progressive town and they know how to promote their events.  Anyone driving around the area must have seen the huge banners announcing Aberdeen Day.  They …

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Gardening Under Lights – Learn How To Grow From Seeds and Propagation

As long as I can remember I have been gardening under lights in my home and basement.  Many years ago I used shop lights which were fluorescent and today I use the high output LED work shop lights that I purchased at Costco for $35 each.  I was actually able to take advantage of a promo they were running and …

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Starting Vegetables from Seeds Now

While winter wails outside, vegetable gardeners can get a jump on the growing season by starting seeds indoors. A careful gardener can extend production by starting seeds and planting seedlings after the danger of frost. The classic candidates for indoor starting are tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, cucumbers, melons and both winter and summer squash. For best results, begin with packaged seeds grown for the …

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Lawn Care: Put Your Mower to Bed for Winter

From Our Friends at Home Depot... Mowers and trimmers work hard during the warm months. Keep their parts in good working condition with simple care at the end of the season. Properly storing the mower will ensure that it easily revs up next year. 8 STEPS TO WINTERIZE A MOWER: Spray down the mower with a hose. Tilt mower on …

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Fall Garden Clean-Up Tips

From the Folks at Home Depot….Fall garden cleanup is an important step for the long-term health of your garden. Beds cleaned up now will be ready to plant first thing in spring, with fewer weeds and overwintering pests. Plus, there is no better time to be in the garden than a crisp fall day. CLEAN UP GARDEN BEDS: Make two …

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Fall Clean-Up – Planting Bulbs For Spring Color

My Tulips Spring 2014 If you are like me you have been out in your garden for the past month doing your Fall Clean-Up.  In September, I did my Fall fertilization, treated the lawn with Sevin to kill the moths that become sod web worms that would destroy next years grass production, and started to remove and/or cut back any …

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