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- How Mount Rainier Inspired 'The Exorcist'
- Riverdale Park's Bikram Yoga Adds Coworking
- Woodridge's New Organic Restaurant Now Open
- How Route 1 Became an Authentic Taco Haven
- Route 1's Habit Burger Has a Secret Menu
- Relive the Streetcar Era Along Route 1
- An Interview With Designer Elizabeth Hargrave
- Greenbelt's Role in the Apollo 11 Moon Landing
- The East Coast Greenway's Route 1 Connections
- Townhomes Coming to West Hyattsville
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Tag Archives: gardening
Celebrate spring at Community Forklift’s 10th Annual Garden Party! Join us on April 6th for a fun-filled day showcasing low-cost garden tools & supplies, free workshops, gardening experts & vendors, activities for kids, live bands, local food, and more!
The Committee for a Better Environment invites you to check out College Park’s own permaculture garden and learn about Permaculture 101. Permaculture gardens are a great way to care for the earth, with perennial plants that are low maintenance and … Continue reading
Join Smile Herb Shop celebrating 44 years of Herbs, Gardens, and Herbal Education this April 28th, 2018 from 10 am – 4 pm! Enjoy live music, delicious food, garden tours, plant walks, natural product vendors, and more! Registration is free, … Continue reading
Community Forklift’s Annual Garden Party marks the return of spring and celebrates the start of the gardening season. Each winter, Community Forklift collects donations of gently-used and surplus garden and landscaping equipment, which are then made available to the public … Continue reading
Join Jared, acupuncturist and naturalist, for an engaging and interactive ID (identification) walk where we will focus on learning our native mushrooms and native plants! We will start out at Smile and take a wander through our local walking trails … Continue reading
Looking for some low-maintenance, fast-growing perennials to plant this year? Our top three picks are Knock-Out Roses, salvia and English lavender. All are thriving in our small garden and we’ve spotted them blooming in other areas around the neighborhood. We are really impressed … Continue reading