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Rialto Blooms
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229 S Riverside Ave Ste D
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Rialto
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California
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92376
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Oct 12, 2018

America in Bloom recognizes Joliet for 'Celebrating Heritage'

Judges noted that historic districts are marked with signage and hold house walks. They mentioned guided tours at the Rialto Square Theatre. The Joliet Area Historical Museum also was commended for "compelling displays" and outreach to the community. Rita Renwick, chairman of the Joliet Tree Board and a local coordinator along with city Arborist Jim Teiber for the America in Bloom rating, said the judges' visit provided a unique perspective on the city. "It was real eye-opening," Renwick said. "You get to see the city from somebody else's eyes, and it's really neat." The city's participation in the America in Bloom program was a condition of a $25,000 grant from CN EcoConnexions. The money was used for the city's tree-planting program with a focus on Forest Park. America in Bloom is a national program that sends judges to communities to rate them on several criteria: flowers, landscaping, urban forestry, community involvement, overall impression, celebrating heritage, community vitality and environmental efforts. Judges Bill Hahn and Stephen Pategas were in Joliet for two days in July.

Jul 26, 2018

Ciaran: How to Water Your Plants During a Heatwave, or Not

So I had to make an emergency dash to the canal. Fingers-crossed it survives. And thanks also to the local chipper for the new tray.A stretch of Rialto, where I’m from and live, got a recent upgrade by Dublin City Council. That meant reducing the South Circular Road to one lane, putting in some parking, and a painted cycle lane.The most pleasing thing for me was the 15 ginkgo biloba trees, also know as the Maidenhair tree. It's the best-known example of a living fossil. The leaves of the plant today exactly resemble fossilised leaves that are 270 million years old.The trees planted in the commercial part of the village’s centre are young. You might call them saplings still.It’s been dry these past three weeks, and I’ve been worried about them drying out. Normally, their roots would get some rain as it runs down from the road to drain away. But there’s been none of that.Photo by Ciaran O'ByrneThus, the value of skip scavenging. I rescued two water-cooler bottles recently and put them to good use ferrying water from the canal nearby. The nearest access point is between Suir Bridge and Ann Devlin Bridge at the junction of the Grand Canal and the Circular Line.I filled each bottle with two watering cans worth of water. Then I filled my eight-litre watering can too, and drenched the five trees in about eight litres of water each. I even had a bit left over.p class="zw-paragraph" data-textformat="{&qu...

Apr 20, 2018

The flowers are blooming, so it's time for the Daffodil Parade

Brooks, a senior at Lincoln High School in Tacoma, was crowned queen of this year's Daffodil Festival at a ceremony Saturday at Tacoma’s Rialto Theater. Her duties will include a year of community service and appearances. Brooks was selected from a court of 23 students from Pierce County high schools. (The News Tribune)

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