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Malaga Greenhouse
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51441 St Rt 800
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Jerusalem
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43747
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(740) 472-1116
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Nov 28, 2018

Holiday Events 2018: Tree lightings, ice skating, craft fairs and more - San Francisco Examiner

Veiled Meanings: Fashioning Jewish Dress, from the Collection of The Israel Museum, Jerusalem." 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Dec. 2, free. Contemporary Jewish Museum, 736 Mission St., S.F., www.thecjm.org Mountain View Holiday Tree Ligh...

Apr 13, 2017

Pretty Flowers and Good Food

The Jerusalem artichoke is a sunflower cousin that gives both flowers and food. In late August and into September, bright yellow flowers cover its tall stems. Below ground, it is growing tuber-like structures on its roots that resemble pachymorphs of the bearded iris. The tubers are edible.    This North America native is invasive and must be grown in an aboveground container to prevent it from spreading. I grow my Jerusalem artichokes in a plastic half-barrel with the base partially buried to prevent it from tipping over. They like a rich organic soil that is well drained.    Plant the tubers in spring. Once started, you will never have to replant — unless you harvest 100 percent of the tubers, which is nearly impossible. Abundant lumpy yellowish-white tubers grow from near the base of the stem to as deep as 18 inches below the surface of the soil. The tubers may be individual or clustered.    Harvest the tubers in the fall after the stems have died back, using a digging fork so as to not... (Bay Weekly)

Mar 30, 2017

'Secret Language of Flowers' the focus of History Café

Flower Day, but she did find that in Bulgaria, they call Palm Sunday Flower Day or Willow Day, as they commemorate Jesus coming into Jerusalem with flowers.Rich also shared the meanings attributed to different flowers, which she found in "The Secret Language of Flowers," by Samantha Gray.Red roses symbolize everlasting love. A single red rose says I love you, you are the one; two roses, one red and one white, means mutual love or desire and unity; 12 roses means be mine; and 50 roses mean my love is conditional.AdvertisementThe sweet pea became popular during the Victorian era in England. It became custom to give a bunch of sweet peas after an enjoyable visit or stay with friends, thus sweet peas came to be symbolic of happy times with friends.If you love lavender you are a warm-hearted and nurturing person, who loves to look after others. In Christian legend, lavender received was lovingly set after Mary placed Jesus' swaddling clothes on a bush to dry, Mary's clothes turned blue after touching the lavender flowers, and this led to lavender becoming symbolic of cleanliness and purity and was used as a lucky charm against evil.Overland Trail Museum's collection has many items with flower decorations, as seen at the museum's History Café on "The Secret Language of Flowers." (Callie Jones / Sterling Journal-Advocate)The lilac is a symbol of modesty and faithfulness.If you love daisies you have a youthful spirit that will last throughout your life; even in your olden years you will be young at heart. In Celtic legend daisies were the spirits of children who died at birth, sprinkled by God over the earth to bring cheer and comfort to their grieving parents. Daisies are associated with innocence and youthful beauty.The meaning of carnations in dreams is significant and is thought to relay foretelling of future events. Legend has it, if you wake up feeling aware there were carnations in your dream that means you will have extraordinary social success. If you are picking flowers in your dream, this indicates you are going to receive a surprise gift, and dreaming of bright red carnations predicts an exciting love affair.The Primrose Path refers to a life of ease and pleasure. Victorians considered the primro... (Journal Advocate)

Dec 28, 2016

Life in the Faith Zone: The Day After Christmas

Jesus. They did have to leave Bethlehem, but they took Christ with them! And there was one time, when they slipped up and left Christ behind in Jerusalem. But as soon as they realized He was missing, they immediately went to find Him!  This Christmas, millions, of people will come to worship and see Jesus. But the greatest majority will simply leave saying "That's nice!" And go on with life as usual. It will be only the few who having seen Jesus Christ, determine never to leave His side again! As He has promised to never leave us. While the shepherds returned to their flocks... Mary and Joseph stayed. They were responsible for the rest of their lives to nurture and develop their relationship with Jesus Christ!  The same is true with our relationship with Christ. We get to know Him only a little the day we are first introduced to Him as our Savior! But we hardly know Jesus at all and we know even less about how to live for Him. And even after we have gotten it figured out a little bit, we never in this life, obtain a place where we know all we need to know about our relationship with Jesus Christ!  Mary and Joseph spent their life with Jesus and so must we!Luke 2:19 and Luke 2:51 tells us that Mary kept all that was said about Jesus in her heart and pondered them. Can you see the significance here?  The others just visited the baby, rejoiced, celebrated a while, and went back home. Mary and Joseph took all that was said and done both about Jesus and pondered them in their hearts. They were changed forever by Jesus!  Are we like the shepherds, and the Wise men, who came to see Jesus, but then returned to their own lives? Or are we like Mary and Joseph, for whom, Christmas was only the beginning of a radical new way of life, and thought!  When Christmas is over this year, will you simply return to life as normal, perhaps praising God for the chance to celebrate Christmas, but really, none different than you were before? Or will you, like Mary and Joseph have your lives radically changed by the Christ of Christmas?  (Lloyd Blanton is CEO and Director of FreedomWay Ministries, a faith-based service, in Cleburne County.) ... (Helena Daily World)

Nov 18, 2016

Fair Wednesday in Albany area; wintry mix ahead

Honest Weight Food Co-Op warehouse on Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, in Albany, N.Y. (Paul Buckowski / Times Union) Photo: STAFF Image 4 of 5 Oleg Jerusalemski does some puppy training with his dog, nine month old German Shepard "Roxy" in Washington Park Tuesday Oct. 25, 2016 in Albany, N.Y. (Skip Dickstein/Times Union) Oleg Jerusalemski does some puppy training with his dog, nine month old German Shepard "Roxy" in Washington Park Tuesday Oct. 25, 2016 in Albany, N.Y. (Skip Dickstein/Times Union) Photo: SKIP DICKSTEIN Image 5 of 5 Oleg Jerusalemski does some puppy training with his dog, nine month old German Shepard "Roxy" in Washington Park Tuesday Oct. 25, 2016 in Albany, N.Y. (Skip Dickstein/Times Union) Oleg Jerusalemski does some puppy training with his dog, nine month old German Shepard "Roxy" in Washington Park Tuesday Oct. 25, 2016 in Albany, N.Y. (Skip Dickstein/Times Union) Photo: SKIP DICKSTEIN Fair Wednesday in Albany area; wintry mix ahead Back to Gallery Expect fair but chilly conditions on Wednesday. Low pressure approaching from the Great Lakes region Thursday, bringing rain or a wintry mix to the Capital Region, the National Weather Service said. Commuters will see a mix of snow and rain at the end of the Thursday morning rush hour, meteorologist Kevin Lipton said. In the Capital Region, snow may stick to grassy areas but not to the roadways, Lipton said. Outlying areas at higher elevations may see as much 1 inch of snowfall, he said. The precipitation will turn into rain in the afternoon and continue into the evening, before tapering off late in the day, Lipton said. Blustery conditions will return for Friday, with a few rain or snow showers across higher elevations. Lipton said it's too early to know for sure but "an early look" at Halloween weather "looks decent." The weather service is predicting a sunny afternoon Monday with a high near 53. Here's the full forecast: Wednesday: Partly sunny, with a high near 45. Northwest wind 6 to 10 mph. Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 28. North wind around 6 mph becoming calm in the evening. Thursday: A chance of snow before 10am, then a chance of rain and snow between 10am and 11am, then rain after 11am. High near 43. Southeast wind 5 to 9 ... (Albany Times Union)

Aug 29, 2016

Cruising around the world in 115 days

We took in sweeping views of Dubai from the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building, and visited shrines in Jerusalem's Old City, where the air seems heavy with prayer. We strolled the ultra-chic, Ferrari-filled streets of Monte Carlo and toured the grounds of the papal summer residence of Castel Gandolfo, opened to the public by Pope Francis. When not exploring ashore, the Amsterdam was our home. A 16-year-old vessel, it has occasional plumbing problems (we had a leak in a pipe in our cabin) and slow Wi-Fi. But it also has a gracious feel, decked out with flowers and art. Its amenities include several lounges and restaurants, a spa, casino, library and sports deck. To fill strings of sea days, activities abounded, from meditation, golf putting, dance classes and tai chi to culinary demonstrations, trivia contests, port lectures, themed balls and special events. A poolside "beach party" Down Under featured real sand, a trio of lifeguards from Australia's famed Bondi Beach, and Aussie-centric cuisine, such as kangaroo, crocodile and emu. World cruises typically have more entertainment than you'll find on typical voyages. Performers on our trips have included well-known artists like singer Melissa Manchester, jazz trumpeter Doc Severinsen and comedian Rita Rudner, and distinguished lecturers such as Archbishop Desmond Tutu and author Paul Theroux. Because of these extras, people who prefer shorter voyages might find world cruise "segments" better values than regular cruises. The full fare for our world cruise was $64,434 for two in an ocean-view cabin. Optional tours came to about $6,000. By paying for the trip several months before our departure, we got some extras, like a 3 percent discount on the fare and free luggage shipment, and gratuities were included. World cruises take a lot of time and money, so it's no coincidence that passengers are mostly in their 60s to 80s. Segment passengers tend to skew younger. Many guests are cruising veterans, who can share valuable insight on the experience and the diverse ports. For any cruise enthusiast who's taken weeklong or similar sailings, going on a world cruise is like being a literature lover who's only read short stories and discovers the joys of a novel. Throughout the long journey, you feel as if you're turning one page after another in a vividly illustrated book. As the ship's port guide Barbara Haenni put it, "It's like having the whole world at your fingertips." Georgina Cruz is a freelance writer. World cruises in 2017 Fares listed for world cruises from U.S. ports are per person, based on double occupancy. (These prices were the best found online and are subject to change.) Be sure to ask about specials and perks, such as free air or shipboard credits. Port fees/taxes are extra. Segments may be available. Holland America (premium): 111-day circumnavigation from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., aboard the Amsterdam. Jan. 4. From $19,999, ocean-view; interior cabins sold out. www.hollandamerica.com Princess Cruises (premium): 111-day round-trip on the Pacific Princess from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Jan. 3. From $16,999, interior cabin. A 111-day round-trip option from Los Angeles departs Jan. 20. From $17,999. www.princess.com Oceania Cruises (upper-premium): 180-day circumnavigation from Miami. Insignia. Jan. 6. From $39,999. www.oceaniacruises.com Regent Seven Seas Cruises (ultra-deluxe): 128-day circumnavigation from Miami. Seven Seas Navigator. Jan. 5. From $55,999. Sailing sold out, but you can be put on a wait list. www.rssc.com Silversea Cruises (ultra-deluxe): 116 days from San Francisco to Monte Carlo. Silver Whisper. Jan. 6. (Chicago Tribune)

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