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Tour "Garden Journal" columnist Ron Kujawski's garden. more
Back on Aug. 7, the question in the Eagle's daily poll asked: "What are some of the signs of fall that you see in August?" Surprisingly, at least to me, the most common answer by far was: "Leaves … more
Q: For a long time, I have wondered where vultures live. I see them soaring high in the sky, hardly flapping their wings. I never see them low or on the ground, or in a tree. And I thought they were … more
After wilting in the heat and humidity of July, most of us who spend much of our day outdoors are feeling a bit of relief with the less oppressive weather of late. Yet, I do see some wilting, but it … more
It's time to think about green manure. No, no ... don't turn the page! It's not what you think. Green manure is simply decomposed plant material, more specifically plant material that is grown as a … more
Q: This year, we were blessed with three or four pairs of orioles. They, along with a red-headed woodpecker, enjoyed oranges and grape jelly, as many as three oranges a day. Lately, the orioles have … more
"Hot enough for ya?" Who hasn't heard that question; or rather that colloquialism since no one really expects you to answer when the response would be so obvious. Well, hot it was last weekend with … more
I suspect that there are a few folks who are wondering of late why eastern tent caterpillars are still around. Didn't they do their webby nest building back in May and June? Yes, they did, and they … more
Q Hello, I'm an avid backyard bird feeder/watcher at my home here in Becket. I have only been actively watching and recording my little friends for two full years. (And 17 identifiable species later) … more
A few weeks ago, Margaret Button mentioned in her column in the Food section of The Berkshire Eagle that she anticipated a large harvest of zucchini this year, her conclusion based on the abundance … more

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