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May 28, 2022

The name lily can be misleading because several other plants use it besides the true lily. Daylilies, waterlilies, lilies-of-the-valley, and lily turf aren’t technically lilies. The differences between the two plants make them easy to tell apart. Look for the growth habit of the stems and leaves.

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NUTLEY, NJ - 'No Mow May' is a grassroots environmental effort that has taken the world by storm. In a nutshell, homeowners are encouraged to not mow their lawn for the entire month of may in order to protect habitat for emerging pollinators.  All those butterflies and bees grow up somewhere, ...

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If you are looking to do some sprucing up around your house this spring there are several easy ways to make improvements that will leave you smiling all summer long. Hudson Valley Living took a closer look at what is available at Wallauer and how this home decorating center, specializing in paint, ...

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NEW JERSEY - Enjoy your garden and landscape once the sun sets with strategically placed and attractive landscape lighting. Select the best type of light that complements your garden design and best accomplishes the intended purpose. Solar-powered lighting eliminates the need for outdoor ...

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Enjoy your garden and landscape once the sun sets with strategically placed and attractive landscape lighting. Select the best type of light that complements your garden design and best accomplishes the intended purpose. Solar-powered lighting eliminates the need for outdoor outlets, extension ...

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MIDDLETOWN - This is an Open House you don't want to miss. More of an Open Garden! Discover Deep Cut Gardens and all its charms during an Open House on Saturday, June 4.  From 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Deep Cut Gardens, located on Red Hill Road, Middletown, will offer garden tours, demonstrations, ...

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The beauty of spring and all its wonderful features come with one rather large problem, PESTS. As the temperatures rise, pests come out of hibernation posing the unwanted nuisance and in some cases damage to property. From the deer, wasps, termites, rats to the much concerning tick problems, the ...

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The beauty of spring and all its wonderful features come with one rather large problem, PESTS. As the temperatures rise, pests come out of hibernation posing the unwanted nuisance and in some cases damage to property. From the deer, wasps, termites, rats to the much concerning tick problems, the ...

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BEDFORD HILLS, N.Y. – South Salem’s Kara Whelan will take over as president of the Westchester Land Trust at the end of the year. Whelan, a Westchester native, directs the organization’s events, marketing, fundraising, and conservation programming. Additionally, she leads the land trust’s ...

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The beauty of spring and all its wonderful features come with one rather large problem, PESTS. As the temperatures rise, pests come out of hibernation posing the unwanted nuisance and in some cases damage to property. From the deer, wasps, termites, rats to the much concerning tick problems, the ...

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The beauty of spring and all its wonderful features come with one rather large problem, PESTS. As the temperatures rise, pests come out of hibernation posing the unwanted nuisance and in some cases damage to property. From the deer, wasps, termites, rats to the much concerning tick problems, the ...

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Enjoy your garden and landscape once the sun sets with strategically placed and attractive landscape lighting. Select the best type of light that complements your garden design and best accomplishes the intended purpose. Solar-powered lighting eliminates the need for outdoor outlets, extension ...

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Enjoy your garden and landscape once the sun sets with strategically placed and attractive landscape lighting. Select the best type of light that complements your garden design and best accomplishes the intended purpose. Solar-powered lighting eliminates the need for outdoor outlets, extension ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — Save time and money by turning landscape trimmings into a valuable soil amendment. The idea is simple, just collect disease- and insect-free plant debris into a heap and let it decompose into a fine, nutrient rich material that helps improve the soil. Don’t add meat, dairy, invasive ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – After 15 years of work, a couple of Rutgers researchers are enjoying the fruits of their labor: a new strawberry. Bred for its flavorful fruit, Rutgers D’Light has a unique shape – a Christmas light - that makes it the ideal strawberry for dipping in chocolate, according to ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – After 15 years of work, a couple of Rutgers researchers are enjoying the fruits of their labor: a new strawberry. Bred for its flavorful fruit, Rutgers D’Light has a unique shape – a Christmas light - that makes it the ideal strawberry for dipping in chocolate, according to ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - 'No Mow May' is a grassroots environmental effort that has taken the world by storm. In a nutshell, homeowners are encouraged to not mow their lawn for the entire month of may in order to protect habitat for emerging pollinators.  All those butterflies and bees grow up somewhere, ...

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KENILWORTH, NJ - Give your perennials a boost this spring with a topdressing of compost, aged manure, or other organic matter. It’s a great way to revive tired gardens, improve a garden’s overall health, and keep vibrant perennials healthy and blooming. Research found topdressing your garden ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - Put rainwater to use in your landscape with the help of rain barrels. This centuries old technique allows you to capture rainfall to use for watering ornamental gardens and containers.  Always start with a call to your local municipality. Some have restrictions on water harvesting, ...

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NUTLEY, NJ - 'No Mow May' is a grassroots environmental effort that has taken the world by storm. In a nutshell, homeowners are encouraged to not mow their lawn for the entire month of may in order to protect habitat for emerging pollinators.  All those butterflies and bees grow up somewhere, ...

Read more »

NUTLEY, NJ - 'No Mow May' is a grassroots environmental effort that has taken the world by storm. In a nutshell, homeowners are encouraged to not mow their lawn for the entire month of may in order to protect habitat for emerging pollinators.  All those butterflies and bees grow up somewhere, ...

Read more »

NUTLEY, NJ - 'No Mow May' is a grassroots environmental effort that has taken the world by storm. In a nutshell, homeowners are encouraged to not mow their lawn for the entire month of may in order to protect habitat for emerging pollinators.  All those butterflies and bees grow up somewhere, ...

Read more »

NUTLEY, NJ - 'No Mow May' is a grassroots environmental effort that has taken the world by storm. In a nutshell, homeowners are encouraged to not mow their lawn for the entire month of may in order to protect habitat for emerging pollinators.  All those butterflies and bees grow up somewhere, ...

Read more »

NUTLEY, NJ - 'No Mow May' is a grassroots environmental effort that has taken the world by storm. In a nutshell, homeowners are encouraged to not mow their lawn for the entire month of may in order to protect habitat for emerging pollinators.  All those butterflies and bees grow up somewhere, ...

Read more »

NUTLEY, NJ - 'No Mow May' is a grassroots environmental effort that has taken the world by storm. In a nutshell, homeowners are encouraged to not mow their lawn for the entire month of may in order to protect habitat for emerging pollinators.  All those butterflies and bees grow up somewhere, ...

Read more »

NUTLEY, NJ - 'No Mow May' is a grassroots environmental effort that has taken the world by storm. In a nutshell, homeowners are encouraged to not mow their lawn for the entire month of may in order to protect habitat for emerging pollinators.  All those butterflies and bees grow up somewhere, ...

Read more »

NUTLEY, NJ - Save time and money by turning landscape trimmings into a valuable soil amendment. The idea is simple, just collect disease- and insect-free plant debris into a heap and let it decompose into a fine, nutrient rich material that helps improve the soil. Don’t add meat, dairy, invasive ...

Read more »

KENILWORTH, NJ - 'No Mow May' is a grassroots environmental effort that has taken the world by storm. In a nutshell, homeowners are encouraged to not mow their lawn for the entire month of may in order to protect habitat for emerging pollinators.  All those butterflies and bees grow up ...

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PLAINFIELD, NJ - 'No Mow May' is a grassroots environmental effort that has taken the world by storm. In a nutshell, homeowners are encouraged to not mow their lawn for the entire month of May in order to protect habitat for emerging pollinators.  All those butterflies and bees grow up ...

Read more »

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – After 15 years of work, a couple of Rutgers researchers are enjoying the fruits of their labor: a new strawberry. Bred for its flavorful fruit, Rutgers D’Light has a unique shape – a Christmas light - that makes it the ideal strawberry for dipping in chocolate, according to ...

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