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Mar 2, 2017

Revisiting how Super Bowl hero Trey Flowers ended up at Arkansas

He surpassed the mark when he scored 25 points on Jan. 27 to lead St. George’s Independent School (Collierville, Tenn.) in a 75-61 win.Hayden (5-11, 195) signed to play running back for the Razorbacks last week. He is the highest-rated 3-star recruit and No. 4 all-purpose back in the 2017 class. He rushed for 1,940 yards and 27 touchdowns on 160 carries as a senior.Here’s some highlights of Hayden on the basketball court earlier this season:[embedded content]Miss a previous edition? Find every SEC Country daily Arkansas Razorbacks recruiting notebook right here.All rankings are provided by the 247Sports composite unless otherwise noted.

Feb 3, 2016

Dear Hugo, Dear Hope

Alabama, Trivett’s Tested Seeds in New York, and Dixie Rose Nursery in Texas, among many others. Closer to home, he contacted Cartwright Nurseries in Collierville, whose owner probably would have been more careful to spell his name correctly (addressing their reply to “Hugo Dickson”), if they knew this customer would be ordering thousand of dollars worth of plants from them over the next three decades. By 1943, Hugo had begun work on the formal gardens east of the mansion. “Dear Hope,” he wrote on September 19, 1943, “I spent a long time yesterday laying out the pool garden and finally came to these conclusions.” Hugo’s letters reveal a fascination with numbers and dimensions, and those conclusions included: “the combination of a pool of 10-foot radius, 10-foot grass cover, and five-foot brick wall looks best. I enclose several different sizes I tried on paper, and I think you will agree none of them look so well.”... (Memphis Magazine)

Jan 8, 2016

Green Thumb: Weird temperatures nothing our plants can't handle

The latter must be the case for the light pink hydrangeas blooming in outdoor urns at the entrance of the Sheffield Antique Mall in Collierville. These are probably remontant or re-blooming hydrangeas that never fully stopped producing buds and flowers. Most years, errant blooms are not harmful to plants if the subsequent cool-down is not too drastic. "But if temperatures fall from 70 degrees to 20 in a day and stay there," Reese said, "there could be some winter damage to twigs and branches." My deadline for this column fell before night-time temperatures were expected to drop below freezing, so this unusual flush of flowers has likely passed for now. The fate of our plants will not be known until spring. Some marginally hardy plants such as loropetalums may suffer a bit. But far more of our trees, shrubs, perennials and bulbs are conditioned to our normal but weird ups and downs of temperatures. I'm betting on them to stay strong. Gardening University Some great gardeners learn how to grow plants almost exclusively through on-the-job-training and guidance from family members or friends who passed on their skills and experience. The rest of us benefit from some classroom learning to navigate the vast and complicated world of horticulture. Once again, Bartlett City Beautiful is offering its winter "gardening university," a series of seven garden talks from area master gardeners that begins Saturday. All of the presentations will be held at 2:30 p.m. in at the Bartlett Library, 5884 Stage. Jim Volgas will kick off the series this Saturday by discussing the attributes of healthy soil and how to build it by making and using compost. John Peterson, a master gardener and longtime member of the Memphis Herb Society, will explore growing, harvesting and cooking with herbs on Jan. 16. Recipes are included. Bob Hathaway will discuss construction materials, soils and additives, watering systems and winter covers for raised beds. He will also highlight vertical gardening techniques and structures on Jan. 23. Kay McAdams will reveal her successful methods for growing organic vegetables on Jan. 30. Joanne Watson will share her secrets for attracting eastern bluebirds to your garden with the right birdhouse installed in the best place and plenty of mealworms on Feb. 6. Not all backyard critters are welcome. Genie Ashworth will present information on dealing with undesirables as well as beneficials on Feb. 13. Getting water where you want it, when you want it is Melisa Nowag's topic on Feb. 20. She will tell how to install a timed drip water system for containers and borders using flexible pipes. For more information, call master gardener and Bartlett City Beautiful member Tom Rieman at 901-386-7539. (Memphis Commercial Appeal)

Jan 8, 2016

David Hurst Robinson

Dorothy of Queensbury, N.Y.; sons David T. and his wife Bonnie Robinson of Lebanon, N.H., Christopher A. and his wife Kathleen Robinson of Collierville, Tenn., and Brian R. and his wife Claudia Williamson of Camden, Maine. He is also survived by grandchildren David B. Robinson of Portland, Ore.; Rebecca K. Robinson of Berkeley, Calif.; Bradley R. Robinson of Austin, Texas; Julie R. Haecker and her husband Eric of Cordova, Tenn.; Timothy H. Robinson of Nyack, N.Y.; Eliza B. and Tanner J. Robinson of Camden, Maine; and many nieces and nephews. At his request, there will be no memorial service. In lieu of flowers, a donation to the Rotary Foundation c/o Rotary Club of Lebanon, NH, PO Box 132, Lebanon NH 03766 or LISTEN Community Services (http://www.listencommunityservices.org/donate/) in his honor is suggested. (Valley News)

Dec 30, 2015

2015 USA TODAY Tennessee Football Team

County (Sevierville) Running back: Ty Chandler (5-11, 190, Jr.), Montgomery Bell Academy (Nashville); Chase Hayden (5-11, 185, Jr.), St. George’s (Collierville) Wide receiver: Dillon Mitchell (6-2, 195, Sr.), White Station (Memphis); Amari Rodgers (5-10, 185, Jr.), Knoxville Catholic Tight end: Gabe Angel (6-3.5, 225, Sr.), Cookeville Offensive line: Ryan Johnson (6-6.5, 289, Sr.), Brentwood Academy; Bryce Mathews (6-6, 285, Sr.), Brentwood Academy; Devin Salter (6-4, 274, Sr.), Whitehaven (Memphis); Jacob Still (6-1, 295, Sr.), St. George’s (Collierville); Trey Smith (6-5, 285, Jr.), University School of Jackson Second Team Quarterback: Andrew Goldsmith (6-0, 210, Sr.), Trinity Christian (Jackson) Running back: Cordarrian Richardson (5-11.5, 222, Jr.), Trezevant (Memphis); Traneil Moore (6-0, 190, Jr.), East Ridge (Chattanooga) Wide receiver: Tee Higgins (6-4, 184, Jr.), Oak Ridge; Nate Johnson (6-0, 180, Sr.), Independence (Thompson’s Station) Tight end: Darel Middleton (6-5, 220, Sr.), Oak Ridge Offensive line: Boone Sweeney (5-11, 230, Sr.), Forrest (Chapel Hill); Cade Mays (6-5, 295, So.), Knoxville Catholic; Will Lawrence (6-4, 280, So.), Harding Academy (Memphis); Michael Flowers (6-3, 320, Sr.), Donelson Christian (Nashville); Jake Harden (6-0, 200, Sr.), Boyd-Buchanan (Chattan... (The Daily News Journal)