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Girls' basketball Top 20: Paul VI stays on top; CH Flowers joins the ranks - Washington PostTuesday, January 17, 2017
Eagles’ loss to Riverdale Baptist on Friday and Carrie Gross added another 16 points. 10. Howard (4-0) LW: 10 The Lions cruised to double-digit wins over Atholton and Mount Hebron and had three players reach double-digit scoring in both contests. 11. North Point (4-0) LW: 11The Eagles’ average victory margin increased to 34 points following a 72-26 win against Northern on Wednesday.12. Langley (6-0) LW: 14 Jordyn Callaghan is averaging 16-points per game for the Saxons, who face O’Connell on Wednesday.13. Old Mill (2-1) LW: 15 The Patriots rebounded from a tough loss to Howard with a 77-22 win against Northeast on Friday.14. Fairfax (5-1) LW: 16The Rebels had three scorers in double figures in a win Friday against South Lakes.15. McNamara (4-1) LW: 17After losing two weeks ago to Riverdale Baptist, the Mustangs have won three straight and Aliyah Matharu is averaging 16.4 points per game.16. Eleanor Roosevelt (2-1) LW: 18 Octavia Wilson scored 26 points, and went 15 of 18 from the free throw line as the Raiders overcame a halftime deficit in their 62-57 win over Wise Friday.17. C.H. Flowers (3-1) LW: NR Daija Warren averaged 16.5 points as the Jaguars defeated defending Maryland 4A South region champion Parkdale and Suitland last week.18. Woodbridge (7-0) LW: 19 Paris McBride had 25 points and 10 assists in a 74-32 win against Hylton on Friday — the Vikings fourth win by at least 39 points this season.19. Parkdale (4-1) LW: 12Center Nyamal Pinyien had 18 points and 21 rebounds to help the Panthers rebound from their first loss of the year in a 64-28 win over DuVal Friday.20. Good Counsel (2-3) LW: 20 Lindsey Pulliam had 21 points in the Falcons win over Neumann-Goretti of Philadelphia last Sunday.Dropped out: No. 13 Largo (2-2)On the Bubble: T.C. Williams (6-0), Hayfield (7-0), Long Reach (4-0), Oxon Hill (6-0)Records through Sunday.
Late surge lifts Flower Mound over Cinco Ranch girls in state soccer semifinals - Houston ChronicleTuesday, August 23, 2016
Metroplex team. Cinco Ranch fell to Dallas Highland Park via penalty kicks last year and Lewisville Hebron in 2014.The drought continues for Houston girls' soccer state titles. Since 2000, there have been only three girls' soccer state champions from the city at the highest classification - The Woodlands in 2010, Katy Taylor in 2006 and Klein Oak in 2003. The rest are from the Metroplex."There's a lot of competition there and in Houston," said junior midfielder Shaylee Anaya, whose goal in the 65th minute gave Cinco Ranch a 4-2 lead against Flower Mound. "They're our biggest rivals in everything."A brace from junior forward Sophie Salverino got the scoring started early for Cinco Ranch. Freshman Ali Russell's pass found Salverino, who found the back of the net 17 seconds into the match. Salverino scored in the 22nd minute for a 2-0 Cinco Ranch lead.But Flower Mound started to apply pressure, and Augustyn's tying goal came with five minutes left in regulation.Sanguinetti expects the postgame talk to resonate with his players during the offseason. If anyone gets a chance to end the drought next year, it could be this Cinco Ranch team, which had only three seniors in this year's starting 11."No one believed we could this year," Salverino said. "I feel like even next year, we'll have even more heart and desire to win the semifinal. I think we can do it."... http://www.houstonchronicle.com/sports/highschool/article/Late-surge-lifts-Flower-Mound-over-Cinco-Ranch-7252212.php
Organic Artistry: Glorious Vegetables And Flowers At Trout Lily Farm - Hartford CourantTuesday, September 01, 2015
Russo temporarily fences off small garden areas with handsome iron posts designed with circles that hold long rails of rustic cedar.The post-and-beam barn, built in 2008 by Country Carpenters in Hebron, houses the studio where Russo does floral consulting and design. It is packed with a variety of vintage vases and vessels, ribbon samples and his wreath-making machines and ornaments.Most of the flowers he uses are flowers he grows, including beautiful Love in a Mist (Nigella damascena), an old-fashioned annual surrounded by gauzy bracts — hence the mist of its name. Russo said the Victorian flower, also sometimes called Devil in a Puzzle, was a favorite of Gertrude Jekyll, the renowned English garden designer.The floral design work keeps Russo busy, but, he said, "I feel really rooted in the garden." He paused to acknowledge his amusing word choice, and added, "It's a quandary — flowers or farm, farmer or florist. ... Everything is very demanding, super demanding. Some days I should be weeding until I drop."Gorgeous GourdsBut this day he is happily watering his immense bed of gourds, where eventually he would like to add archways and turn it into The Gourdwalk, with gourds hanging from the trellises.Growing up in Milford, he said, he often ate edible gourds, including cucuzzi, or snake gourds — also called Gagoots, which he loves made into a soup or stuffed like a green pepper — and Lungo di Napoli.Most of the other gourds he grows are ornamental, including Spoon Platoon (historically used as a dipper), Goblin Egg Striped, Birdhouse, Solid Green Goblin, Dancing or Spinning Gourd, green and white Pipian and the Batwings mini pumpkin. He also has planted Kakai — a pumpkin that's also known as Lady Godiva because the edible seeds are all naked, like pepitas, Russo said; they don't have to be taken out of the husk.Another edible gourd is Black Futsu pumpkin, which looks like a shrunken head, dusted in baby powder. What's the appeal? "Probably the Halloween thing," Russo said."I love the gourds, and it's tough to choose," he said. He grows a lot of them so that "everyone can come to the party, though the guest list is a little too long, and they're very promiscuous." (They're also heavy drinkers, judging from all his watering.)Russo is growing a number of test varieties from the Hudson Seed Library, which he has joined."You can't take the teacher out of me," Russo said. "This has become my classroom." He's thinking of renovating the old red barn on the property into a kitchen where he can make pickles and kimchi and teach people how to save seeds.He happily shares his gardening tips. For example, he called WeedGuard — a biodegradable paper that comes impregnated with organic fertilizers and is available with pre-punched planting holes — "a marvel, especially for an organic farmer like me." And his compost bins are the same size as his raised beds, and sometimes he parks a... http://www.courant.com/new-haven-living/home-living/hc-hm-guilford-trout-lily-farm-20150830-story.html
North Dakota Florist Association to host public classTuesday, August 28, 2018
SHOW ARTICLE -- The Minot Convention and Visitors Bureau welcomes the North Dakota Florist Association to Minot, Sept. 7-9. The ND Florist Association is hosting a public class at the Clarion Hotel and Conference Center in Minot on Friday, Sept. 7 at 7 p.m.Participants are invited to work alongside members of the Florists Association to create and take home a mixed fall floral arrangement. Partakers will learn tips and tricks on how to create a beautiful arrangement throughout the year from the comfort of their home. This year’s class titled “Setting the Scene” will allow participants to design a nature-inspired centerpiece showcasing fall mums and embellishments. Charge for the class is $25 per person and the individual must pre-register. For more information, or to pre-register for the class, contact Michele Dean, Executive Director of the North Dakota State Florists Association, by Wednesday, Sept. 4 by 5 p.m. Dean can be emailed at NDStateFloristAssoc@hotmail.com. For more information about conferences and events in Minot, call the... http://www.minotdailynews.com/news/local-news/2018/08/north-dakota-florist-association-to-host-public-class/
This pretty flower is a weed; Get rid of it fast!Tuesday, August 28, 2018
I was hoping Bloomstruck was an improvement. — Lenore Grande, Moorhead.A: Your unsuccessful experience with Endless Summer is similar to the majority of those who have tried it in North Dakota and large parts of Minnesota. The basic problem is that the Endless Summer group of hydrangeas, including Bloomstruck, are members of the Hydrangea macrophylla species, which is the species of the non-adapted florist hydrangeas.The two hydrangea species that are best-adapted for our outdoor landscapes are Hydrangea paniculata and Hydrangea arborescens and their cultivars. Checking the fine print on hydrangea labels for the species saves much heartache.Because Bloomstruck is a Hydrangea macrophylla variety, it has a disadvantage in our region from the onset because of its genetics. Bloomstruck is fairly new, so time will tell, but it would be surprising if it performs better than its genetics allow.Q: Is it okay to prune the top of our arborvitae so that it doesn't grow too tall? Its width is fine, but the top is at about 8 feet and we'd like it to stay at that height. — Nancy Suttle, West Fargo.A: Yes, the tops of pyramidal arborvitae can be trimmed so they don't become too tall. If an arborvitae is allowed to grow out of bounds, it's difficult to radically reduce its height back down to desired size. Your idea of maintaining it at 8 feet from the start is much better than someday trying to cut a tall arborvitae back down to that level.Keeping a shrub or tree at its present size through pruning is often called "mold and hold" pruning. Several times during the growing season, prune off the current season's new growth so the arborvitae remains at the desired height. Some pyramidal arborvitae varieties' natural heights are 30 feet, so diligence may be needed to maintain at 8 feet.To hold an arborvitae at its present size, it's probably necessary to trim once in June or July and again in August. A quick trim across the top a couple times each summer should do it.If you have a gardening or lawn care question... http://www.inforum.com/lifestyle/home-and-garden/4486210-pretty-flower-weed-get-rid-it-fast
Head-To-Head Survey: FTD Companies (FTD) versus Inergy (CEQP) - Macon DailyWednesday, April 11, 2018
The Gathering and Processing segment provides gathering and transportation services and processing, treating and compression services to producers in unconventional shale plays and tight-gas plays in North Dakota, West Virginia, Texas, New Mexico, Wyoming, Arkansas, and Louisiana. The Storage and Transportation segment includes COLT Hub, which is crude-by-rail terminal serving Bakken crude oil production. The Marketing, Supply and Logistics segment includes West Coast operations, our supply and logistics operations, our storage and terminals operations, our crude oil and produced water trucking operations, and U.S. Salt, LLC. The company was founded on March 7, 2001 and is headquartered in Houston, TX.Receive News & Ratings for FTD Companies Daily - Enter your email address below to receive a concise daily summary of the latest news and analysts' ratings for FTD Co...
What does the one you love really want for Valentine's Day; how much do most people spend? - WYFF GreenvilleSunday, February 11, 2018
Virginia, Texas and both North and South Carolina, Yeti coolers were in the top five. Pedicures made the top five most popular list in Georgia, Hawaii, Kansas, Mississippi, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and Wisconsin.Flickr, RaySunglasses made the top five list in several states, including Alaska, Indiana, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Utah, West Virginia and Wisconsin. Evening though chocolates and roses dominated the list, in Wyoming, gummy bears made the top five, while Oreos were big in Iowa and North Dakota. The first-place choices for Valentine’s Day gifts in each state were: Alabama: ChocolatesAlaska: Engagement ringsArizona: RosesArkansas: RosesCalifornia: RosesColorado: RosesConnecticut: ChocolatesDelaware: Engagement ringsFlorida: RosesGeorgia: ChocolatesHawaii: RosesIdaho: RosesIllinois: RosesIndiana: SunglassesIowa: RosesKansas: RosesKentucky: RosesLouisiana: RosesMaine: RosesMaryland: ChocolatesMassachusetts: RosesMichigan: ChocolatesMinnesota: RosesMississippi: ChocolatesMissouri: RosesMontana: Box of chocolatesNebraska: RosesNevada: Box of chocolatesNew Hampshire : Diamond braceletNew Jersey: Box of chocolatesNew Mexico: Bouquet of rosesNew York: RosesNorth Carolina: Flower bouquetNorth Dakota: Flower bouquetOhio: Wedding bouquetOklahoma: Teddy bearOregon Flower: BouquetPennsylvania: Bouquet of rosesRhode Island: Aquamarine ringsSouth Carolina: Chocolate trufflesSouth Dakota: Gold stud earringsTennessee: Bouquet of rosesTexas: Flower BouquetUtah: RosesVermont: Men’s ringsVirginia: Flower bouquetWashington: Box of chocolatesWest Virginia: SunglassesWisconsin: Bouquet of rosesWyoming: PerfumePro Flowers... http://www.wyff4.com/article/what-does-the-one-you-love-really-want-for-valentines-day-how-much-do-most-people-spend/16573899