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‘Ghost House of Sussex’: £ 40m mansion and mausoleum unfinished since 1985; tycoon owner van Hoogstraten emigrated to Zimbabwe

By mylondon.news Sitting in a muddy field, unloved and deteriorating by the day sits a forgotten but hugely impressive mansion that is one of the UK’s greatest unfinished architectural projects. Bigger than Buckingham Palace, the enormous Hamilton Palace near Uckfield in East Sussex would have been a truly magnificent building if only it were finished. …

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CASEY: A few words about our new marijuana column, ‘Herbology’ | Local News

This upcoming Sunday’s newspaper marks a milestone for The Roanoke Times. As you may (or may not) know, this newspaper has been in business for 136 years, since a guy named MH Claytor launched The Roanoke Daily Times in 1886. Through those many decades, we’ve published a number of different columns on a wide variety …

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Digging Deep with Goddess Gardener, Cynthia Brian

Published December 8th, 2021 Digging Deep with Goddess Gardener, Cynthia Brian Fall out By Cynthia Brian Still time to seed or reseed lawns. Photos Cynthia Brian “Fall, leaves, fall; die, flowers, away; Lengthen night and shorten day! Every leaf speaks bliss to me Fluttering from the autumn tree. “~ Emily Bronte Without a doubt, autumn …

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The joy of trouble – free crop production Daily Express Online

In fact, horticultural activities are personal choices, where in the past they arose primarily because of an interest in plants and now more because of a good earning potential. Just like in the good old days when something was grown in every home, nowadays gardeners grow plants for pleasure and personal satisfaction rather than anything …

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Digging deep with gardener goddess Cynthia Brian

Posted on January 19, 2022 Digging deep with gardener goddess Cynthia Brian Houseplant housewives By Cynthia Brian Maintain constant moisture with anthurium and prayer plants Photo Cynthia Brian “Having plants in your house is a natural way to keep it clean!” ~ Doreen Virtue Forty-five! So many houseplants filled my little dorm room on the …

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Digging deep with gardener goddess Cynthia Brian

Posted: December 8, 2021 Digging deep with gardener goddess Cynthia Brian Kiesik By Cynthia Brian There is still time to sow or re-sow the lawn. Photos by Cynthia Brian “Fall, leaves, fall; die flowers, leave; Extend the night and shorten the day! Every letter speaks to me about happiness It floats from the autumn tree. …

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Digging deep with gardener goddess Cynthia Brian

Posted: January 5, 2022 Digging deep with gardener goddess Cynthia Brian Green themed New Year! By Cynthia Brian Roses bloom over the winter. Photos by Cynthia Brian “Learn by sowing, teach by harvest, enjoy in winter.” – William Blake Rainy days and nights meant a pleasant refreshment in our dry, drought-stricken California. What a pleasure …

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