Maybe pre-coronavirus pandemic. But buying houseplants in Omaha − especially the uncommon varieties − has exploded in the past year. It's the same with the accessories that go with them.
Residents of Mead, which is about 12 miles west of Omaha’s city limits, say they fear that the plant's waste is causing health problems, contaminating the land and harming wildlife.
Popularized by the Harry Potter books and movies, snowy owls have beautiful white plumage to match their snowy habitat. Check out some fun facts and a cute snowy owl DIY craft.
Prince Charles takes "enormous pleasure" in finding "charming and intelligent" red squirrels in his house.
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A bill that would prohibit the use of "treated seed corn" in the production of ethanol targets a plant near Mead that uses corn coated in fungicides and pesticides.
People who were never before interested in greenery in their home have jumped on the bandwagon.
Midwest Hop Producers is ending hops production to focus on hemp.
Stretch the fun of this craft by having your child research pinecones or make up a short story about their snowy pinecone owls.
Boy George has spent $135,855 on a revamp of the gardens at his London mansion.
Now 96, with a remarkable stage and screen career dating back to the 1950s (following success as a model), the Presidential Medal of Freedom winner is telling her life story, describing the book as “my truth. It is me, plain and unvarnished, with the glitter and garland set aside.” HarperCollins, Jan. 26
DESOTO NATIONAL FOREST, Miss. (AP) — When European settlers came to North America, fire-dependent savannas anchored by lofty pines with footlong needles covered much of what became the southern United States.
Is there hope for this planet? Seven environmentalists in Nebraska and Iowa say yes — but with reservations.
Cutting off the branches and laying them in a garden bed will protect plants from winter freezes and spring thaws. Lay tree boughs over garden plants and frozen soil to keep the soil consistently cold, reducing the risk of early sprouting that can occur during winter thaws.