71st Eastern Iowa Home Show at the Waterloo Convention Center February… – WCF Courier | NutSocia

WATERLOO – If you just can’t resist the feeling – that overwhelming urge to paint or tear down walls, remodel, redecorate or start a new interior, exterior or landscape project when spring arrives – check out the latest trends and view products available at the Eastern Iowa Home and Landscaping Show, Friday through next Sunday. … Read more

Gardening etc.: Learn more about Agatsache varieties – Arizona Daily Sun | NutSocia

CINDY MURRAY Specially for the Daily Sun Lately, I’ve grown fond of the perennial genus Agastache—so much so that I keep an eye out for new Agastache cultivars when I visit the nursery. But if I want to keep a plant as a permanent landscape feature, it must: be hardy to USDA Zone 5 or … Read more

Adult mushroom stinks and grows in Newton – Hickory Daily Record | NutSocia

Mary Canrobert Merry Christmas, Catawba Valley and everyone else near and far. I don’t usually write a Christmas column because I’m overwhelmed with the holiday preparations. I’m just as swamped this season, but I really needed to give this story some time. It couldn’t wait until 2023. Honestly, had the main characters of the story, … Read more

Column by Neil Sperry: Japanese Privets Are No Gardener’s Friends – Bryan-College Station Eagle | NutSocia

NEIL SPERRY Dear Neil: I have these two healthy trees. Do they have value? Should I save one of them? A: Its dark-leaved, vertical seedling with smooth-edged leaves is Japanese privet. She and her sister Amur River privet are the two most invasive plants in Texas. It’s definitely not a goalie. A neighbor of ours … Read more