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The United States Department of Agriculture issued a new Plant Hardiness Zone Map in January 2012. Milner describes how the revisions will affect North Carolina gardeners.
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22216
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Caroline Long founded St. Gerard House in Hendersonville in 2010 for children, like her son and daughter, who have autism. This article describes the work of the House and some of the teaching methods used. In North Carolina one in 97 children are diagnosed with it. In the 2009-2010 academic year, the NC Department of Public Instruction reported 10,664 students.
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22221
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\"Truly magnificent gardens need time and attention to flourish--coaxed and nurtured by guiding hands and verdant vision.\" Milner takes readers on a walk through Peter and Jasmin Gentling's garden, called Blue Briar Garden located on Sunset Mountain in Asheville. They have cultivated it over the last forty years. The garden serves as a backdrop to their home, historic Blue Briar Cottage, built in 1906 and purchased by them in 1971.
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22250
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Milner describes Graveyard Fields, one of the most popular stops along the Blue Ridge Parkway, located at Milepost 418.
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23826
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Bent Creek Institute in Asheville, North Carolina is using biotechnology to study the healing properties of Western North Carolina's diverse plant life.
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23835
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The Oriole Mill in Hendersonville, North Carolina is a small but successful textile business that focuses on quality products. Textiles once flourished and held together a North Carolina industry, and the author examines how the new, smaller business model is so successful.
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