Water Gardens

Garden of the week: Dumfries House, Cumnock, Ayrshire

The great estates of Scotland are steeped in history, but nowhere does this come alive as vividly as at Dumfries House, where an ongoing investment program keeps this mansion and the gardens surrounding it relevant to visitors d ‘today. The house is set in a wooded valley along the Lugar …

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China brings water to Matobo

The Chronicle Nqobile Tshili, columnistThe GOVERNMENT, through a partnership with China Aid, has drilled 22 boreholes in Matobo District, South Matabeleland, to alleviate the water scarcity affecting the community. This has seen the number of boreholes that have been drilled in Matobo district increase to 490 while another 200 are …

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It’s moms season

Nothing says falling like chrysanthemums in the garden. Moms are truly the most exciting flower in the landscape for display in late summer and fall. A Chinese philosopher once said, “If you want to be happy for a lifetime, grow chrysanthemums. Mum was first cultivated in China as a flowering …

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Lessons from my garden on patient care

Sometimes on a summer Sunday I sit outside on my covered porch and gaze at my shady garden. During this time, I also think about my patients and the lessons my garden has taught me about them. It might seem strange to compare patients to plants, so let me explain. …

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Master Gardeners: September is the time to prepare the garden – Orange Leader

Originally posted by Doug Jimerson Edited by John Green According to our local meteorologists, we will experience cooler weather conditions including low humidity and fall-like day and night temperatures for a week! Which means fall is finally here – alright, alright … maybe I’m hanging on to the straws, but …

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Marvel at the colorful fall foliage of NJ at these spectacular locations

New Jersey can be known as the Garden State for its bounty of fruits, vegetables and greens. However, don’t forget about the fall foliage. It’s about to dazzle Leaf watchers across the state. Admire the foliage the way you want. Look around your garden and you will likely see an …

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Heavy rains fill Auckland dams, but sprinkler ban remains in place

Auckland’s dams are now 83% full, a jump from 61% a month ago. Photo / File There are no plans at this point to lift Auckland’s water restrictions on the use of sprinklers to water the garden, despite heavy rains that filled the city’s dams last month. Watercare chief operating …

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Stench of polluted stream preventing residents from using Crowborough Gardens

Behind a row of houses in Crowborough in Sussex flows a freshwater stream once, but it’s not cool now. The stream is polluted with sewage and kitchen waste from neighboring houses. Some days, local resident Gena McCourt is unable to use her backyard garden. She explained that the leaks had …

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Houstonians enjoy cool temperatures on the first day of fall

Oliver was making the most of the cool, sunny weather in Hermann Park on the first day of fall Wednesday afternoon – sniffing all the scents, seeing ducks and turtles for the first time. “He had a blast,” said Eduardo Bonilla, one of the owners of the 4-month-old beagle. It …

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Pan Pacific Hotels Group Expands Global Presence in 10 Key Gateway Cities in Prime Locations

Singapore – The Pan Pacific Hotels group continues to develop its global pipeline with 13 new properties in 10 key cities by 2024. More than 3,300 rooms will be added to the group’s inventory, bringing its portfolio to 48 hotels, resorts and suites with services in 29 cities. Pan Pacific …

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