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Aug 17, 2018

Flowers sent from afar, memories of past slain officers and a sea of uniforms at Jobbers-Miller funeral

He does it for every officer killed in the line of duty." Steinbrenner was the long-time owner of the Bronx Bombers who made it standard to take care of law enforcement families. After his death in Tampa in 2010 the organization continued the practice. As pre-funeral activity got underway at Germain Arena a sea of blue, green, gray, brown and black law enforcement uniforms filled the main hall, punctuated here and there by military personnel. There were numerous hugs, shoulder claps, handshakes and words of comfort. Related: Funeral services for fallen Fort Myers police officer Adam Jobbers-Miller to be held today Related: Honoring Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller They moved en masse outside to stand at attention as the body of Jobbers-Miller arrived at the arena. Retired Fort Myers Police Department public information officer Jim Mulligan was among the police attending. Mulligan, who retired in 2017 after 30 years, said the funeral brought back memories of Officer Andrew Widman, who was killed in 2008. ‘We saw it bring the community together then," he said. "People wanted to do something. Some of them brought food to the station." Mulligan said he saw people lining the streets Monday the same way they did during Widman's funeral procession 10 years ago. More: Sights and sounds from funeral for Fort Myers police officer Adam Jobbers-Miller More: Community comes together to make ribbons in support of fallen officer Adam Jobbers-Miller ...

Jul 6, 2018

New York Today: Where the Corpse Flowers Bloom

Thursday.Yesterday, we stopped and smelled a corpse flower.An Amorphophallus titanum is currently blooming at the New York Botanical Garden in the Bronx, so we joined the crowd of New Yorkers lining up to sniff the crimson plant.Rancid and sour is how we'd describe it - dead fish also came to mind. After about five minutes of breathing the same air as the plant, we needed a break. Our stomach started to turn.(The corpse flower began blooming Tuesday evening, and the smell lasts about 24 to 36 hours. If you want to get a whiff, the botanical garden advises that you go as soon as possible - so this morning.)A blooming corpse flower in North America is a rare sight. It can take a decade or more for the temperamental flower, accustomed to the hot and steamy jungles of Sumatra, to bloom.p class="css-1i0edl...

Jun 14, 2018

New York Today: Inside the Greenhouse That Grows the City's Flowers

New York TodayNew York Today: Inside the Greenhouse That Grows the City's FlowersImageThe Citywide Nursery in the Bronx.CreditMalcolm Pinckney/NYC ParksBy Alexandra S. LevineJune 4, 2018Updated, 9:34 a.m.Good morning on this melancholy Monday.One antidote to the gray today: the green.Three greenhouses are responsible for the infinite colorful blooms in parks across the city: Greenbelt Native Plant Center on Staten Island, Forest Park Greenhouse in Queens and Citywide Nursery in the Bronx, which we explored on a recent rainy morning.What we discovered there, in a c...

Aug 25, 2017

The power of a plant can make kids want to garden

Who knew where a box of confused onions could lead?Certainly not Stephen Ritz, then a gardening-illiterate, South Bronx teacher in America's poorest Congressional district.Ritz was new to the rough, street-smart, crime-ridden Walton High School in 2004 when he was called to the office to pick up a donated package."I got this box of onions," he says. "I stared at the box, and all I could see were projectiles... I had no idea what I was supposed to do with them, so I put them behind a radiator and forgot about them."Six weeks later, a fight broke out in class. A boy named Gonzalo reached behind the radiator to grab something (Ritz feared it might be a weapon), and what came out were golden flowers on long stems."The class gasped as if Gonzalo had pulled a rabbit from a magician's hat," Ritz says.Oddly enough, the surprise disarmed the fight, and the boys in the class ended up giving stems of these "onions" (actually daffodils donated by a Dutch bulb company) to the girls."This is what I like to call a teachable moment in the South Bronx," says Ritz.It also turned out to be an epiphany that led Ritz... (

Apr 20, 2017

A Farewell to Flowers: Botanical Garden's Leader Steps Down

Latin names of newly established trees and hardly slowing down to smell the lilacs.Mr. Long has overseen $1 billion in fund-raising, the mentoring of Bronx teenagers, online botanical databases and satellite research labs in rain forests around the world. He said he was looking forward to one last ribbon-cutting — in June of next year — at a new complex for the Edible Academy, where visitors will be able to experiment with planting seeds and harvesting produce. Densely occupied beehives will be on view as well, to reveal what the garden’s honeybees do with all that pollen from the flower beds.Here are four highlights from Mr. Long’s time at the garden.A REBUILT HOTHOUSE The Enid A. Haupt Conservatory, built in 1902, was renovated for some $25 million soon after Mr. Long took over the garden presidency. The tiers of domes, with 17,000 windowpanes, protect roomfuls of tropical and desert plants and allow for temporary installations within the conservatory’s distinct habitats. Cactuses? Got ’em. Rain forests? Those, too.ORCHIDS, MUMS AND TOY TRAINS Mr. Long initiated seasonal floral extravaganzas for the conservatory and the garden grounds. Orchids line the greenhouse corridors in springtime, and chrysanthemums take over in the fall. Each winter, toy locomotives bolt through indoor New York cityscapes with miniature buildings fashioned from seeds, pine cones and other bits of dried plant material.MONET, KAHLO AND DICKINSON The garden’s annual scholarly exhibitions explore how plants inspired historical figures in the re...

Apr 7, 2017

Early-Blooming Native Trees, Shrubs Help Bees Across Fairfield County

The fruit, called drupes, appear in late summer or early fall and are valuable food for migrating birds. Kim Eierman, a resident of Bronxville, is an environmental horticulturist and Founder of EcoBeneficial . She teaches at the New York Botanical Garden, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, The Native Plant Center and Rutgers Home Gardeners School. (Norwalk Daily Voice)


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