"It would have tickled her so much to know that he's actually done it."
The first lady made the call after learning that the Jackson Magnolia, planted in 1835, was a safety hazard.
At first glance, there's absolutely nowhere interesting to go in Phoenix. It's a grid of mini-malls and suburban sprawl, one
Taking landscaping to new heights is an idea that stretches all the way back to the wondrous Hanging Gardens of Babylon.
In Norway, a high-tech seed vault flooded from melting permafrost. In Montana, locals keep their seeds in the library. On
Then what have we been eating all this time?
Traditional taro pits can be used to grow nutritious vegetables for the entire household. Graham Lyons, Author provided
The entrance of the "last-chance" food source was flooded recently.
"We found that roots were able to locate a water source by sensing the vibrations generated by water moving inside pipes."
Ain't science green, er, grand?