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Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: William James 
 
 Article Title :: Native Trees and Plants for New Hope Boro, PA
 
Native trees tolerant of wet soils are special group of trees. These trees are able to be in soils that retain water for sometimes weeks on end. I have compiled this list to help you find suitable trees for the north east. This is not a complete list but one of common EZ to plant nursery stock, but these plants should do well in most of New Hope Boro Pa. Area. Red and silver maple (Acer rubrum, A. saccarinum) River Birch Trees a tree for wet areas!!!! (Betula nigra) Catalpa spp. Ash (Fraxinus spp.) Cottonwood (Populus deltoides) Swamp white oak (Quercus bicolor) Sycamores (Platanus spp.) Native shrubs tolerant of wet soils: Red osier dogwood (Cornus sericea) Leatherwood (Dirca palust  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Bill Hirst 
 
 Article Title :: Make Your Home "Jolly" All Year With a Green Giant
 
Our farm, Highland Hill Farm, is located in solid clay. We therefore like plants that grow well in clay. An arborvita, the Green Giant is our favorite. Here is why. The hardiness zone for the Green Giant Arborvita is from zones 5 to 8. Its evergreen with rapid growth rates that in ideal conditions can be up to 3 feet per year. Site requirements for the green giant is sun to partial shade, moist well drained soil but does well in clay, and needs protection from wind . Its texture is fine with its form conical being narrow to broadly pyramidal, reaching from 50 to 80' in height to 15 to 20 feet in width. The leaf is rich green graceful foliage. It keeps its foliage color in the winter. The  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Bill Hirst 
 
 Article Title :: A Deciduous Shrub From the Celastraceae Tree Family
 
Burning Bush (Euonymus alatus) A deciduous shrub from the Tree Family (Celastraceae) Burning Bush, a non-native species from China and Korea, has escaped from the ornamental plantings into urban and rural areas. It travels by way of its seed. This plant is found in forests and brushy areas. This vase-shaped shrub has great red fall foliage, which glows for weeks in early to mid-autumn, hence its name. Burning Bushes can be sheared into hedges or globes in landscape plantings. Hedges from burning bushes can be very dense giving good screening even in the winter. If left unpruned, the compact form of Burning Bush will grow to about 12 feet tall and 15 feet wide, and the winged form will  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Bill Hirst 
 
 Article Title :: Select Native Plants Suitable for PA
 
Select Native Plants Suitable for PA Native trees tolerant of wet soils are a special group of trees. These trees are able to be in soils that retain water for sometimes weeks on end. I have compiled this list to help you find suitable trees for the north east. This is not a complete list but one of common EZ to plant nursery stock Red and silver maple (Acer rubrum, A. saccarinum) River Birch Trees a tree for wet areas!!!! (Betula nigra) Catalpa spp. Ash (Fraxinus spp.) Cottonwood (Populus deltoides) Swamp white oak (Quercus bicolor) Sycamores (Platanus spp.) Native shrubs tolerant of wet soils: Red osier dogwood (Cornus sericea) Leatherwood (Dirca palustris) Winterberry (Ilex verti  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Bill Hirst 
 
 Article Title :: Deer Hate This Tree (All About the Green Giant Arborvitae)
 
The original Green Giant got its name not from ancient lore, but from unusually extra large, hence "giant," green peas. These "Green Giant Peas" were introduced by the Minnesota Valley Canning Company in 1925, in contrast to their previously marketed LeSueur baby peas, early-picked in June. Founded in 1903, this pea company was located in the valley of the Minnesota River, the Dakota Sioux name for "cloudy water," just southwest of Minneapolis and St. Paul, the state capital. This is where there's a "confluence" with the even cloudier and muddier Mississippi River giving the whole area, including the surrounding towns like LeSueur, the title of "the Minnesota Valley." Lesueur is the name of  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Carl Walker - 
 
 Article Title :: What Is More Exciting Than Adventure Travel?
 
There is not much in the world that is more exciting than adventure travel. When you are taking part in adventure travel you are taking risk, you are getting out there and finally living life to the fullest. When was the last time that you actually did that? Probably a long time ago right? Well there is no time like the present to change things for the better and to experience all that life has to offer. There are all kinds of great vacations that you can take when it comes to adventure travel and not all of them are filled with death defying stunts and danger. Sure, some of them are but if that is not your think then you don’t have to choose them. Everyone has a different com  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Sue Chappel 
 
 Article Title :: Whistler BC Ski Vacations - 9 Local Secrets for Getting Top Value
 
Whistler BC Canada is an exceptional winter destination ski resort, but you do not have to pay exceptionally high prices to enjoy its breathtaking beauty and unbeatable terrain diversity.Whistler is affordable once you know the local money-saving secrets.Here are 9 local tips for getting maximum Whistler value, while enriching your vacation experience to create beautiful lifetime memories.Tip #1- Be Date-FlexibleMost ski vacation destinations have holiday date-driven pricing grids. Some vacation dates will cost you more (like New Year's), while, others will cost you a lot less.Fortunately, most seasonal price fluctuations have little to do with sn  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Susanne Pacher 
 
 Article Title :: Hello from the Ottawa River: Mating in the Wild and Other Diversions
 
On July 23 and 24 my friend Leslie and I went on a weekend adventure: a learn-how-to-kayak weekend on the Ottawa River. We had a great time, combining sports and relaxation on a weekend away from the city.As you know, wherever I am, I keep my eyes open for interesting travel-related story ideas, and one story idea decidedly hit me right in the face when we started socializing with the other weekend vacationers. There was a group of 36 people who had all come on a bus from Toronto to go rafting for the weekend, and the trip was organized by a company called Meet Market Adventures.Their website says that Meet Market Adventures promotes singles travel in Canada & the United Sta  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Susanne Pacher 
 
 Article Title :: Hello from Rochester: A Perfect Getaway for Stressed Out Torontonians (and Other Urbanites)
 
Two days ago I took the CAT fast ferry from Toronto to Rochester and arrived well-rested after a 2.5 hour boat ride in the Port of Rochester, a scenic Rochester suburb called Charlotte. I was greeted by Patti and Carrie from the Rochester Visitors Association who had helped me with my itinerary and were kind enough to show me around.It had been raining all day and Port Charlotte greeted me with grey skies and deep-hanging clouds. But the first thing I noticed as we drove towards downtown Rochester was the amount of green spaces and parks. We drove through a number of nicely manicured neighbourhoods and Patti showed me some of the amazing parks systems that Rochester has to offer. W  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Outdoors Articles Author :: Susanne Pacher 
 
 Article Title :: Hello from Rochester: Exploring ArtWalk - A Fabulous Outdoor Art Experience
 
If you have read my articles for a while, you know that I am a visual arts lover. One of the highlights of my Rochester trip was a walk through the Neighbourhood of the Arts.My local experts Patti and Carrie met me in the morning and we started off with a lovely breakfast at a restaurant called Jine's, located in a bustling neighbourhood on Park Avenue. The friendly feel of this city became evident when several passers-by stopped by to chat with Patti and I was vaguely reminded of my home town in Europe, where everybody knows everybody and people still say hello. I enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere on the patio as the local residents read the paper, savoured their coffees, walked thei  (read full article)
 
 
 
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