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Grow Your Own Garden

Home & Garden

By Craig Chapman Have you always wanted to have your own home garden, chock full of fresh vegetables, fruits and herbs but lack a green thumb? Same here, so we reached out to Christi Brown, owner of Violets in Bloom…

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Simple Projects to Inspire Your Garden

Home & Garden

Spring is on its way, a flourishing time for the lush greens and color-bursting flowers of the Space Coast. Blend your green thumb and your creative flare with these fun gardening projects that can be done quickly and easily during…

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Hydroponics for Beginners

Home & Garden

A Growing Trend Hydroponic gardening is a specialized type of gardening that grows vegetables, berries and plants in soil-free nutrient solutions. Considered to be one of the most economical and environmentally friendly ways to produce food, you don’t have to…

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The Old Man and The Tree

Travel & Outdoors

Story and photos by Allison Arteaga A Crusade Against the Space Coast’s Most Devastating Invasive Plant “President Kennedy said, ‘Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country,’ and that’s kind of…

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Herbs in the Garden

Home & Garden

Make your food taste even better with fresh herbs grown in your own garden. Since only a few plants of each herb are required for family use, a small space such as a section of the vegetable garden is sufficient….

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Pots on Posts

Home & Garden

Add a new layer to your garden, and enjoy your plants in a whole new way story by Shelly Mckinney “Baskets do better if they are in open spaces and receive light from all sides.” Project List 4 x 4…

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Let It Grow

Home & Garden

Young gardeners are blooming at many Brevard County schools. In addition to the obvious lessons children can learn from planting and tending to a garden, many teachers and administrators sing the praises of other benefits such as developing the future…

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What’s In A Name?

Home & Garden

Elbow Creek Garden & Gift in downtown Eau Gallie History buffs will know that Elbow Creek is the former name of the Eau Gallie River, a tributary of the Indian River. Shelly McKinney considers herself a history buff and selected…

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The Colors of Fall

Home & Garden

Introducing Marigolds Can Bring A Burst of Seasonal Color To Your Landscaping Common but colorful, inexpensive and easy to grow, marigolds have been called the workhorse of the garden where they’ll bloom non-stop until our first frost. There are three…

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