Garden jargon can leave a smart person feeling dumb, and let’s not even talk about Latin botanical names. Really, let’s not.
Rhododendrons say spring as loudly as football says fall. Both have fervent fans and enemies staring them down.
Miss Autumn arrived a bit before her calendar date of Sept. 22 this year, bringing a definite change in the weather, with cooler mornings and evenings, as well as shorter periods of daylight.
Fred and Cindy Clark had a good visit with Cindy’s mother, Norma, a week ago.
As the gardening season winds down and you pick the season’s last vegetables let some plants go to seed and harvest them for planting next year.
Miss Autumn has definitely arrived right on schedule, with cooler mornings, sunrises arriving a few minutes later each morning and the return of college students to MI Town.
The Pedee campus of the Luckiamute Valley Charter School is getting a facelift.
As more people pick up a hoe to grow their own produce, food safety becomes a concern.
As deadline for this week’s Itemizer-Observer approached last weekend, everyone was so concerned about the forest fires all over Oregon and in many western states as well.
Eric Schwanke is back from his mission trip to Mozambique with Iris Global Ministries, which was quite an experience for him as they do things differently there, like having three-hour sermons.
As we turned the calendar to a new page and welcomed September this week, it just doesn’t seem like many days have passed since we were all talking about plans for Memorial Day weekend.
As they climb up trellises and trees unfurling large, lusciously colored flowers, clematis put on a special show in the garden.
Do you, or anyone you know, continually invest in incontinence products, experience involuntary leakage during physical activities or have back or pelvic pain from giving birth?
Although the calendar says that the official beginning of fall isn’t until late September, for many of us, Labor Day signifies the transition.
We in Pedee are so sorry to hear of Peter Padilla’s death.