My College Cares: MCC students, staff give back to the community

Photos by Dee Cortland Christian/Meridian Star MCC teachers are all smiles as they lend a helping hand to the Love and Pea Community Garden on Tuesday morning. Meridian Community College was empty Tuesday morning as students and staff spent time giving back to the community. Instead of spending the day in the classroom, teachers and … Read more

NGC Announces July, August Commercial Appearance Award Winners

The Nasturtium Garden Club has selected two Business Landscape Award winners for both the months of July and August. Businesses nominated for the July awards are Armstrong Bank at 1364 E. Downing St., and Arvest Bank at 1720 Muskogee Ave. Armstrong Bank’s outdoor beds are covered with dusty miller, begonias, monkey grasses, nandina bushes, boxwood … Read more

Horticulture Hotline: Here’s a list of things to do to prepare soil, maintain lawns.

For new Horticulture Hotline readers, my to-do list is designed to help you target a few activities in your yard and home that will benefit you in the future. These lists are not limited to high school, college or professional football games, sunset boating, shrimping, hunting, golfing, eating chicken wings at the local sports bar, … Read more

From our garden, today’s garden is becoming a city, a revolution.

This Tomato Garden Vegetable Harvest ባይ ባይ ባይ ባይ ባይ ባይ ነው ነው በጣ በጣ ነው ነው ነው ነው ነው ነው ነው ነው ነው ነው ነው ነው ነው ነው ነው ነው ነው ነው ነው ነው ነው በጣ ነው በጣ ነው ነው ነው ነው … Read more

Answer these seven questions before you start your new garden

Landlords tell me that houses sell out faster than most people ask for. In a beautiful landscape or in a newly built house, you can see grass and a few unfamiliar shrubs. What do your thoughts return to when you sit on the porch with that morning coffee cup? What new things do you want … Read more