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906 N. Frazier StConroe, TX 77305
1200 E Mccart #6Krum, TX 76249
711 Louisiana Ste. Rte. 205Houston, TX 77002
11548 Northwest FrwyHouston, TX 77092
15210 Spring Cypress Ste DCypress, TX 77429
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Jul 26, 2019
Retired Circuit Judge Clarence Johnson Jr. dies at age 89, left legacy in court system - Florida Today
Dale Johnson of Merritt Island — one of the judge's three sons, along with Jay Johnson of North Carolina and Doug Johnson of Texas — said his father was "a good storyteller, and also told a lot of good jokes."
Clarence Johnson also very involved in his church, Faith Lutheran Church on Merritt Island, where he served as congregational president.
"He had a love of life," Dale Johnson said.
Jay Johnson said, as a judge, his father preferred the more complex civil cases over criminal cases. He noted that his father presided over "tons of divorce cases, and that is tough."
In the criminal arena, his father had a preference for juvenile cases, hoping to help youths who ran afoul of the law turn their lives around.
"He tried to help young people by convi... Jul 26, 2019
Funeral services set for Nick DiSalvo, co-owner of Mamma DiSalvo’s Italian Ristorante - dayton.com
Nick's name to Diabetes Assoc. of the Dayton Area, 2555 S. Dixie Dr. Ste 112, Moraine, OH 45409.
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... Jul 5, 2019
Garden View: Plant for pollinators - Monitor
But being a plant lover makes it hard to limit myself to only native plants, and I have some great options for those of you who feel the same. Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension has field-trialed numerous ornamentals with minimal soil preparation, reasonable amounts of water and no pesticides to bring you the most reliable and best-looking plants for your landscape. Those that made the cut are known as the Texas Superstars, not all are native to Texas but they are well-adapted to our climate and many of them attract pollinators.
You can find the Texas Superstar brochure at www.texassuperstar.com.
Remember pollinators are not just looking for food, but also need plants or places for shelter and reproduction as well. Incorporate a variety of plant sizes and shapes to provide for their various needs.
Additionally, not all pollinators are looking for the same type of plant. Bats prefer dull white, green or purple flowers, whereas butterflies look for bright white, yellow or blue flowers.
Pollinator Partnership has a great guide on selecting plants for pollinators; you can find it under the “Resources” drop-down on their website, www.pollinators.org
In celebration of National Pollinator Week Saturday, Master Gardeners will provide free educational activities for children, from 10 to 11:30 a.m. at the Growing Growers Farmers Market, at Fireman’s Park, located on the corner of First Street and Business 83 in McAllen.
Ashley Gregory is the horticulturalist for Hidalgo County with Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. She can be reached at the Hidalgo County Extension Office at (956) 383-1026 or by email at email@example.com.
Jun 22, 2019
The West Coast Version of the Cherry Blossom Has Just Started Blooming in California - HouseBeautiful.com
They only thrive in southern states, like the lower parts of California, Florida, and parts of Texas. They need full sun to grow, and can sprout over 60 feet tall.Not in a southern state? Don't worry—you still have time to head to California and catch the jacaranda trees that are in bloom for a few more months.
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Master Gardener says potted gardens perfect for small spaces - Times Record News
From Texas Agrilife, county agents, Home and Garden story lines and Master Gardeners everywhere, few things match the flexibility of growing flowers and vegetables in pots and homemade containers.
Where confined areas exist, container gardening allows you to grow with ease on windowsills, patios, courtyards and small garden areas, all with the advantage of mobility in moving veggies and flowers from sun to shade or dappled light conditions. Plus, there is little weeding or need for heavy garden tools and back strains.
JoAnn Plaxco, a Wichita Falls Master Gardener, is a classic example of one who utilizes limited space and nature’s resources to produce spectacular small garden areas for fruits and vegetables to thrive.
“With just a little time and effort you can grow things like tomatoes and onions in pots filled with ground leaves, grass clippings, sand and dirt,” she said. “Pots can be set where they get the right amount of sun and shade for whatever you are growing.
“When you buy a pot be sure it has enough holes in the bottom or at least one hole large enough for drainage and air circulation.”