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Apr 27, 2017
Family Gardening Provides More Than a Bountiful Harvest
SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ - Gardeners know digging, planting, harvesting and even viewing a garden is good for the mind, body and spirit. It improves strength and flexibility, lowers blood pressure and elevates our mood. And this is true for all members of the family from the very young to the more seasoned.Plan on sharing these benefits with yours or a friend’s children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews this growing season. Children, and even adults, who grow their own vegetables are more likely to eat them. But gardening does even more to help our children. Research shows children exposed to the outdoors and gardening are more focused, have less issues with attention deficit and score better on tests. Girls exposed to gardens and green spaces are more confident and better able to handle peer pressure.Here are a few ways to make gardening with family more fun and memorable.Sign Up for E-NewsInvolve the whole family when planning the garden. Talk about the flowers everyone wants to grow a...Apr 13, 2017
From the Garden to the Party
SOUTH PLAINFIELD, NJ - Make every meal a special event by bringing the garden to the table. Serve your favorite dishes made from homegrown ingredients. Then allow guests to add their own herbal seasonings right from the garden or container.Start by growing the ingredients for your favorite recipes and beverages. Consider those, like tomatoes, that taste best fresh from the garden. Or create a salad bar by filling window boxes and raised beds with greens, hot peppers, green onions and more. Just hand your guests a plate and let them create their own fresh salad.Dress up the table or balcony with a few containers of herbs on your patio, deck or near the grill. Use small herb containers as edible centerpieces. Just include a pair of garden scissors and allow your family and guests to season the meal to their taste.Sign Up for E-NewsAdd a bit of color to your meal with edible flowers. Try nasturtium and daylily blossoms stuffed with cream cheese, calendula petals sprinkled on your salad...Dec 30, 2015
N.J.'s plants and trees are confused by the record-breaking warmth
The weather is nice and everyone wants to get out," said Marie Aimone, an employee at Coppola Garden Center in South Plainfield.
"They're just busy buying Christmas wreaths and trees," Aimone said earlier this week, when temperatures were in the 60s. "People are lingering to look at a tree. They're not shivering" and leaving quickly, like they would normally do on a very cold day.
Amberg, whose garden center in Scotch Plains opened in the 1960s, noticed a similar trend of customers doing more decorating this year.
"I have more people decorating pots, adding greens to their flower pots," he said.
The warm December has also been welcome news for landscapers. Both Amberg and Williams said more landscapers have been able to finish their fall projects because of the warm days, instead of getting delayed by cold and snowy weather.
As for that cold stuff, New Jersey is on track to see its eighth snowless December since 1895.
All the more reason to go outside and do some yard work or gardening.
"We might as well enjoy it," Ballister-Howells said, "while it lasts."
Len Melisurgo may be reached at LMelisurgo@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @LensReality. Find NJ.com on Facebook.
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