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State contest open for school gardens

Subscriber onlyArkansas schools pre-kindergarten through 12th grade that had a working school garden in the 2014-15 school year are invited to enter the second annual Arkansas Grown School Garden of the Year contest. Photo or video documentation is required. The contest is sponsored by the Arkansas Agriculture Department and Farm Credit. Continue reading...

Dig into plant sale conducted locally for unusual picks

Subscriber onlyVeteran gardeners will tell you there's no better place to buy plants than at a local plant sale. These events are usually fundraisers sponsored by garden clubs, community organizations, and botanical gardens and arboretums. They're a great way for these groups to raise money -- and a great way for gardeners to cultivate their hobby. Continue reading...

Sales sprout up all over Arkansas

Subscriber onlyLook for plant sales in your local community. These are coming soon: Continue reading...

Helpful Hints

DEAR HELOISE: Occasionally, you mention adopting dogs and cats from local animal shelters. In addition, however, shelters also care for rabbits. They make wonderful pets. I hope you spread the word. Continue reading...

Horoscopes by Holiday

Subscriber onlyHappy birthday. You'll meet the people you want to know this year. You might find that you've idealized them, or you'll hit it off like a candle and a match. May is your perspective-changer. A new goal carries you through the following two months. Continue reading...

On Christianity

DEAR REV. GRAHAM: Now that I'm older, I think about heaven all the time, but I'm afraid I won't go there when I die. I know I haven't been perfect, so maybe God won't let me in. How can I know? Or do I have to wait until I die? Continue reading...

Super Quiz: Notable Epitaphs

Subscriber only1. "The best is yet to come." F.S. Continue reading...

Large flowerpots create big splashes

Subscriber onlyIf you garden in a small space -- around a patio or on a deck or balcony -- growing plants in pots is a good way to add color and a little pizazz to the space. And, in a big garden, placing large pots in a sunny perennial border or in a shady bed can create interesting focal points. Continue reading...

Personal Space Northwest

Subscriber onlyTodd Whatley Where I live: I live in Thornbury addition in Springdale. It’s ideally located near Interstate 49. We moved here in 2008 from Benton. Our house was built in 2005. Continue reading...

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