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As we were trimming our severely rabbit-damaged cotoneasters the other day, we came across this plant. We didn't plant it, and I don't know what it is. To me it looks like grapevine, although I'm n...
6/17/13 at 6:39 AM What's looking good 5/2/12 at 7:42 AM
UND College of Engineering and Mines team to showcase more efficient CO2 capture technology
Scientists set to demonstrate new, cheaper and more efficient sorbent system by Juan Miguel Pedraza, University and Public Affairs writer/editor Steve Benson, a carbon catcher par excellence at the ...
6/6/13 at 1:14 PM UND director of facilities management elected as APPA senior representative 10/4/12 at 3:57 PM
Correction: Get Your Garden Started - With or Without Spring
After much consideration,great reluctance andthree days of snow in May, thedecision was made topostpone the Master Gardener Plant Sale mentioned in Connie's original article untilJune 1st. TheMaster...
5/4/13 at 8:38 AM
A friend and I have developed a coping mechanism for forgiving reprehensible people in our lives who have hurt us. It goes like this: Forget about trying to love these people. The warm fuzzy feelings...
6/6/12 at 3:41 PM
Mission Planting and Temple Building
Orthodox Christians know, of course, that the real "building" or "temple" of God is the Church, the people of God and we see that in the larger Orthodox Church. That said, we also have a theology of t...
4/5/12 at 9:17 PM
Physostegia virginiana, the obedient plant. There are two colors, white which is called 'Crown of Snow'. My white ones bloomed in the middle of August. Pink which is called 'Rose Queen'. And yes th...
9/26/09 at 5:22 AM Fern-Leafed Peony 6/16/09 at 4:11 AM