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Hallway Gardening & Another Update (Or, News of the Absurd)

We are not allowed to put anything in the hallways according to HUD regulations. Because so many people use canes, walkers and sometimes scooters it’s important to lessen the chances of someone tripping and falling.   111 more words

Inconsiderate Neighbors

Join Us for a Gardeners Hangout Every Wednesday

It’s that time of year to seed and plant and start growing your garden. We’re hoping you’ll stop by the Gardeners Hangout at Frog Hollow and plant a seed and watch the garden grow! 6 more words

Community Events

Spring Strides Out

I went to the garden today with the intention of staying for a couple hours to plant the sidewalk border.  My fellow gardener, Mary, had done weeding and mulched in most of the stretch.  487 more words

Community

Get a Jump on the Spring Gardening Season

Even though the ground is still frozen and, in some areas, snow-covered, gardening projects can still begin. It may not be placing those delicate flowers and vegetables out yet, but important details can be accomplished before the calendar gives the “go ahead” to start the annual planting process. 346 more words

Landscaping

Spring endings and beginnings

Everyone eagerly waits for spring to come, but I’ve never been as impatient as I’ve been this year. Not for the spring that began on March 20, but the one that began on March 23. 1,005 more words

Craftsman Bungalow DIY

Growing and Maintaining Alocasia (Elephant Ear) Plant

Alocasia, also known as The Elephant Ear, is a large tropical looking plant displaying large, deep green arrow-shaped leaves, resembling the ears of an elephant. Planted as a tuber, the magnificent foliage of the plant can reach up to 9 feet (3 meters) in height with leaf spans up to three feet long! 397 more words

Container Gardening