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People often come unseen to Ron Brown's tree-covered hillside garden. They park on a residential side street and quietly make their way to one of the weathered benches alongside the mulch-covered trails, pausing to eat their sandwiches under the cool comfort of a dappled shade.
NEW MARKET, Va. - If Jeffrey Restuccio were to draft a New Year's resolution for gardeners, it would be "garden to exercise and exercise to garden."
MIDDLETOWN, Va. - Like gardeners everywhere, Elizabeth McClung does a lot of digging. Hers, however, is more along the lines of unearthing obscure facts, weeding information from old ledger books, cultivating ideas from faded sketches.
Appearing professional these days often goes well beyond what you wear to the workplace. It also includes how you landscape it. Going green is becoming good office politics.
NEW MARKET, Va. - Mike Goatley is the kind of guy we couch potatoes appreciate most on football-rich fall afternoons. The Virginia Tech extension turf specialist preaches the gospel of "leave them alone" lawn leaf management.
LARGO, Fla. - This year's hurricane season has been particularly rough on the Gulf and mid-Atlantic states, devastating yards, beaches and buildings.