Cary, NC – Container gardening is an easy and satisfying way to get your green thumb working during the heat of summer.
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Hal Goodtree is the Publisher of CaryCitizen.
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The weather was warm but not sweltering last Saturday night, June 30, 2018, as The Brevet took the stage for Cary Live.
Mark England represents a significant group of people in Cary. He’s a one-time tech worker who decided to leave the corporate world and start his own small business.
Last week saw Cary’s first film festival. It featured a movie in the park, a shorts competition, a screenplay workshop, the filmmakers’ brunch and more. Here are some scenes from Beyond: the Film Festival.
“Hey, man, could you do a story about my summer rock camp?” It was Tom Teachout, entertainer, musician and Cary Elementary School music teacher. “This is going to be my last one. I’m moving to Nashville in July.”
The basis of garden design is simply organizing plants and flowers into a pleasing collection. You can organize plants by height (low in the front, tall in the back) or by succession (Spring flowers replaced by Summer flowers replaced by Fall flowers). Today, let’s talk about organizing a garden by color, specifically, the color red.
There are so many ways to think about your garden. In Spring Gardening Part 1, I talked about color during the early part of the season. Now, let’s turn the focus to things that thrive in shade.
We’ve just updated our Downtown Dining Google Map and have included some new features including a Parking layer.
Winter won’t seem to go away this year, but Spring actually started last week. Everyday, the sun lingers a little longer in the sky. Here are a few ideas to add some spring color to your early Spring garden.
I know, it still feels like Winter. But now is the time to get some herbs and Spring veggies in the ground.