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Horticulture Jobs Available – Enter Your Location

Check out our list of horticulture jobs (and others) available via SimplyHired.com. Enter your location for jobs close to you. You can also search on other keywords. Read more on this topic: Horticulture Jobs Available – Enter Your Location WINNER: Troy-Bilt Gas Leaf Blower All About Douglas – Choosing what you want to see and […]

Horticulture Jobs Available – Enter Your Location

Check out our list of horticulture jobs (and others) available via SimplyHired.com. Enter your location for jobs close to you. You can also search on other keywords. Read more on this topic: WINNER: Troy-Bilt Gas Leaf Blower All About Douglas – Choosing what you want to see and hear Get A Gardener’s Notebook via email […]

Updated: Coming this weekend! — Tomatomania 2012 dates announced!

{EAV:f454b6e09db07d70} Tomatomania, the annual tomato seedling extravaganza has just announced it’s dates for 2012. It looks like they have added a few new locations, too. Each Tomatomania has hundreds of different varieties of tomatoes ready to take home to your own garden and kick start your Summer growing. Here is a video I shot last […]

New Sunset Western Garden Book available

I have written about the Sunset Western Garden Book in the past and always consider it my go-to guide for gardening info. The great news is that there is now a new edition of the book available. My own copy is a bit old now, probably from around 1996, so it might just be time […]

Recall: ECHO Recalls Backpack Blowers Due to Fire Hazard

I don’t often see a lot of recalls, but this one caught my eye on Google+ a little while ago. ECHO Recalls Backpack Blowers Due to Fire Hazard WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers […]

A Gardener’s Notebook Facebook page reaches 100 “Likes”

Today, Becka was the 100th person to “like” our page on Facebook. I maintain that page for those people whom use Facebook more than any other service. The more readers, the merrier, no matter where they might be. It is also another space for use to share pictures and talk gardening. If you know someone […]

NEWS: Bonsai stamps released in the US

Despite the problems facing the US Post Office, it is nice to see them still producing some pretty nice stamps. Here are some of the most recent examples, dedicated to bonsai. Click through to the article for larger images. Bonsai With these five stamps, the U.S. Postal Service celebrates the beauty of bonsai. The word […]

News: UCLA’s plans to sell Japenese garden stirs un-Zen-like uproar

I would hope that some arrangement could be developed, but the property is worth so much money that it is difficult to see how it can be maintained in its current state. A great loss after so many years brought on by the governmental stalemate but state wide and nationally. UCLA’s plans to sell Japenese […]

All About Douglas – Choosing what you want to see and hear

I have a lot of interests, as most of you already know. Therefore, I have a lot of different blogs, events,  and groups in my portfolio of online engagements. I also try to make myself available wherever people want to converse. This means that each of my interests usually has multiple presences on the Internet. […]

Elsewhere: Video: TedTalks: A Garden in My Apartment

A great talk on a system to building a garden anywhere you have available space and light. Does it give you some thought? It sure does that for me. Check it out! and let me know what you think in the comments. Could you use this in your house or apartment? Would you try it […]