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Bamboo, Japanese Maples - At the June 12 Grand Opening of The Secret Garden in Elk Grove! by Sean B. Patient Expert Posted Sun 23 May 2010 9:39pm Bamboo, Japanese Maples - At the June 12 Grand Opening of The Secret Garden in Elk Grove! Its a road-trip to Elk Grove! Jim Lombard and I are headed to Elk Grove for the Grand Opening of the second location of a Sacramento-area favorite, The Secret Garden. I'll have bamboo plants for sale, lots of variety at a great price. E ... Read on »
The Secret Garden's "Grand Opening Celebration" to celebrate the opening of our second location by Sean B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 25 May 2010 9:22pm Here is the invitation from Jennifer Kahl, owner of The Secret Garden, to the public for the event we will be at on June 12 in Elk Grove: Please be our guest, and spend a day among friends, at the "Grand Opening Celebration" of our new store on Saturday, June 12th. As always, we'll be serving up some yummy treats, and ... Read on »
One gallon bamboo plants now available; now taking bamboo special orders for August delivery; Bamboo Open House date set for fal by Sean B. Patient Expert Posted Sun 11 Jul 2010 9:38pm One gallon bamboo plants now available! Many clumping bamboo favorites now available in one gallon sizes. We just received 400 one gallon bamboo plants (pictured above) and they are now for sale. This includes many popular varieties like Giant Clumping Timber Bamboo and Hedge Bamboo. We also have some unique shade clumping bamboo ... Read on »
PET DANGERS LURKING OUTDOORS by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Jun 2012 12:00am For the last several weeks, Helpful Buckeye has been getting e-mail questions about possible areas of danger outdoors for pets.  Many of you are already aware of a lot of the potential trouble spots for your dog and cat as they spend much of their summer outside.  A review of the most common outdoor concerns should benefit all of our re ... Read on »
10 easy ways to tell if your a Bamboo Geek... by Sean B. Patient Expert Posted Fri 14 Jan 2011 7:19pm If you couldn't tell by this blog site - I love bamboo.  So much, that it is kind of a nerdy obsession of mine.  I'm a Bamboo Geek, and I wear that label with pride.  Through the years I have met many like me.  It's comforting to know your not alone in this obsession over a giant grass.  So, how can you tell if you are a 'Bamboo Geek?'  Here ar ... Read on »
Mugshots: 4 Siberian Iris by VW Patient Expert Posted Mon 06 Jul 2009 7:48pm Four of my siberian iris plants bloomed last month. 'June to Remember' is pictured above. The intense blue of these flowers really catches my eye in the garden, and their elegant carriage reminds me of butterflies. I ordered this plant two years ago from Joe Pye Weed's Garden, a small nursery in Massachusetts that specializes in siberian iris an ... Read on »
Play it again, Sam by Kymberli Patient Expert Posted Wed 25 Mar 2009 4:26pm 1 Comment Notice: this post is laden with pregnancy, c-section delivery photos (semi-graphic) and baby photos. If today is one of those days, you might choose to pass on this post. I understand. This post is long, too. Butt, be warned. Two years ago yesterday, Frank and I spent some time in the backyard. He was busy putting together el ... Read on »
How to Convert a Lawn to a Native Meadow or Woodland by Sally Kneidel Patient Expert Posted Wed 03 Jun 2009 12:24am An All-Native Meadow of Wildlife-Friendly Plants in North Carolina photo by Sally Kneidel Before yesterday, I'm not sure I'd ever seen a meadow of all native plants anywhere east of the Mississipppi. But I have now, and it was stunning! I interviewed Beth Henry and Mollie Brugh yesterday, about their conversion of a schoolyard to ... Read on »
4 Most Common Stereotypes of Alternative Schools [Teen Article] by Vanessa Van Petten Patient Expert Posted Tue 09 Jun 2009 11:42am Renae is a 16-year-old from Lowell, MI. She is a creative individual who spends a lot of her time reading and learning Japanese because she would like to become a Journalist in Japan. Stereotype 4.) A lot of girls at alternative schools are pregnant or already have a kid. This stereotype started when nurseries were included into alternative hi ... Read on »
Gardening Tips and Tricks for Late Autumn by Healthy Living .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 09 Dec 2009 4:43pm Preparing for the Winter Months: Gardening in October When you feel that first solid bite in the breeze and you see the songbirds winging their way south, and the trees are bursting with fire-laden hues, you know you can’t be spending the weekend curled up by the fireplace with a excellent book. Not for long. While the weath ... Read on »