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  • Summer Made Simple with Monica Gayle (Part 4)

    Summer Made Simple with Monica Gayle (Part 4)

    Watch part 4 of Monica Gayle's Summer Made Simple special.
    Watch part 4 of Monica Gayle's Summer Made Simple special.
  • Summer Made Simple with Monica Gayle (Part 3)

    Summer Made Simple with Monica Gayle (Part 3)

    Watch part 3 of Monica Gayle's Summer Made Simple special.
    Watch part 3 of Monica Gayle's Summer Made Simple special.
  • Summer Made Simple with Monica Gayle (Part 2)

    Summer Made Simple with Monica Gayle (Part 2)

    Watch part 2 of Monica Gayle's Summer Made Simple special.
    Watch part 2 of Monica Gayle's Summer Made Simple special.
  • Summer Made Simple with Monica Gayle (PART 1)

    Summer Made Simple with Monica Gayle (PART 1)

    Watch part 1 of Monica Gayle's Summer Made Simple special.
    Watch part 1 of Monica Gayle's Summer Made Simple special.
  • The Dirt: How to grow roses in Michigan

    The Dirt: How to grow roses in Michigan

    Monica Gayle visits the Four Seasons Garden Center to get a few tips on how to grow roses in southeast Michigan.
    Monica Gayle visits the Four Seasons Garden Center to get a few tips on how to grow roses in southeast Michigan.
  • The Dirt: Plants to prune in the fall

    The Dirt: Plants to prune in the fall

    Friday, September 21 2012 9:42 PM EDT2012-09-22 01:42:39 GMT
    Most people think about pruning in the spring, but there are some flowering shrubs and perennials that do best when pruned in the fall.
    Most people think about pruning in the spring, but there are some flowering shrubs and perennials that do best when pruned in the fall.
  • The Dirt: It's time to plant your bulbs

    The Dirt: It's time to plant your bulbs

    Friday, October 5 2012 9:29 PM EDT2012-10-06 01:29:25 GMT
    It's autumn, but it's time to get a jump start on your spring.  It's time to buy all of your bulbs and get them in the ground.
    It's autumn, but it's time to get a jump start on your spring.  It's time to buy all of your bulbs and get them in the ground.
  • The Dirt: Protecting your plants from deer and rabbits

    The Dirt: Protecting your plants from deer and rabbits

    Friday, August 24 2012 11:32 PM EDT2012-08-25 03:32:38 GMT
    Deer and rabbits can be fun to watch, but not when they're chewing down on your backyard plants and flowers.  Rick Vespa from English Gardens explains how to keep those furry intruders at bay.
    Deer and rabbits can be fun to watch, but not when they're chewing down on your backyard plants and flowers.  Rick Vespa from English Gardens explains how to keep those furry intruders at bay.
  • The Dirt: Installing a pondless water feature

    The Dirt: Installing a pondless water feature

    Thursday, August 23 2012 9:54 PM EDT2012-08-24 01:54:58 GMT
    Backyard water treatments are really popular right now as more and more people look to find the perfect oasis without ever leaving home.  In this edition of "The Dirt", we show you how to install one.
    Backyard water treatments are really popular right now as more and more people look to find the perfect oasis without ever leaving home.  In this edition of "The Dirt", we show you how to install one.
  • The Dirt: Creating a tub garden

    The Dirt: Creating a tub garden

    Friday, July 13 2012 7:06 PM EDT2012-07-13 23:06:51 GMT
    Are you looking to add an exotic touch to your backyard landscaping?  Tub gardens could do just the trick.  They're easy, affordable and low maintenance.
    Are you looking to add an exotic touch to your backyard landscaping?  Tub gardens could do just the trick.  They're easy, affordable and low maintenance.
  • The Dirt: Hydrangeas 101

    The Dirt: Hydrangeas 101

    Friday, July 6 2012 11:21 PM EDT2012-07-07 03:21:42 GMT
    Hydrangeas give us gorgeous, beautiful blooms from early summer through fall, but they can be a little tricky to grow.  Deena Saroto from Four Seasons Garden Center has a lesson in Hydrangeas 101.
    Hands down hydrangeas are one of America's all-time favorite perennials.  They give us gorgeous, beautiful blooms from early summer through fall, but they can be a little tricky to grow.  Deena Saroto from Four Seasons Garden Center has a lesson in Hydrangeas 101.
  • The Dirt: Decorating your outdoor space

    The Dirt: Decorating your outdoor space

    Making the most of your outdoor space, it's about more than just the landscaping.  It's really easy to turn your back patio, porch or sunroom into a space you can enjoy all year long.
    Making the most of your outdoor space, it's about more than just the landscaping.  Whether you want to entertain friends or just relax on a lazy afternoon, it's really easy to turn your back patio, porch or sunroom into a space you can enjoy all year long.
  • The Dirt: DIY ideas for a memorable backyard bash

    The Dirt: DIY ideas for a memorable backyard bash

    Summertime is party time for a lot of families as they celebrate graduates, birthdays and the Fourth of July.  You're backyard can be the perfect setting for those celebrations with a little inspiration and a great plan.
    Summertime is party time for a lot of families as they celebrate graduates, birthdays and the Fourth of July.  You're backyard can be the perfect setting for those celebrations with a little inspiration and a great plan.  David McKnight of Emerald City Designs has some great do it yourself ideas to make your backyard bash a memorable one.
  • The Dirt: Patios and Pavers

    The Dirt: Patios and Pavers

    Thursday, May 31 2012 6:19 PM EDT2012-05-31 22:19:37 GMT
    Ah, the joys of springtime.  So many of us can't wait to get out on our backyard patios for a little weekend rest and recreation.Lynn Cavanaugh with Four Seasons Garden Center and Landscaping joined FOX
    It's springtime and so many of us can't wait to get out on our backyard patios for a little weekend rest and recreation. Lynn Cavanaugh talks about the evolution of the patio, as well as some of the materials available for patio construction.
  • The Dirt: Container Gardening

    The Dirt: Container Gardening

    Friday, May 11 2012 3:18 PM EDT2012-05-11 19:18:53 GMT
    Fresh, homegrown produce -- there is nothing more satisfying than harvesting your own tomatoes or fresh lettuce from the backyard. "If you want to go into tomatoes, peppers, things like that, one way
    Fresh, homegrown produce -- there is nothing more satisfying than harvesting your own tomatoes or fresh lettuce from the backyard.  "If you want to go into tomatoes, peppers, things like that, one way to start these early is to do it in containers," English Gardens Vice President Rick Vespa told us.
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  • Fatal boat explosion on Long Island

    Fatal boat explosion on Long Island

    Thursday, August 21 2014 11:59 AM EDT2014-08-21 15:59:22 GMT
    Detectives from the Nassau County Homicide Squad are investigating an explosion that destroyed a boat, burned two docks, and killed the boat's owner in Manorhaven on Wednesday afternoon. Two dock workers and two boaters were gassing up a docked 33-foot Carver motor boat just after 2:45 p.m. when an explosion tore through the boat, setting it and the dock on fire, police said. Hogan was reportedly a former NYPD captain.
    Detectives from the Nassau County Homicide Squad are investigating an explosion that destroyed a boat, burned two docks, and killed the boat's owner in Manorhaven on Wednesday afternoon. Two dock workers and two boaters were gassing up a docked 33-foot Carver motor boat just after 2:45 p.m. when an explosion tore through the boat, setting it and the dock on fire, police said. Hogan was reportedly a former NYPD captain.
  • Chokehold attacker targeting victims in Central Park

    Chokehold attacker targeting victims in Central Park

    Thursday, August 21 2014 11:33 AM EDT2014-08-21 15:33:53 GMT
    The NYPD is looking for a tall, violent thug who is attacking victims in Central Park and dragging them to the ground with chokeholds.The latest attack happened about 12:40 a.m. on Wednesday. Police say the 6' 5" attacker started a conversation with a 47-year-old man in the area of 74th St. and East Drive. He then put the victim in a chokehold, dropped him to the ground and stole his bag.
    The NYPD is looking for a tall, violent thug who is attacking victims in Central Park and dragging them to the ground with chokeholds.The latest attack happened about 12:40 a.m. on Wednesday. Police say the 6' 5" attacker started a conversation with a 47-year-old man in the area of 74th St. and East Drive. He then put the victim in a chokehold, dropped him to the ground and stole his bag.
  • Vandal splashes red substance at NYC museum

    Vandal splashes red substance on NYC museum wall

    Thursday, August 21 2014 11:14 AM EDT2014-08-21 15:14:21 GMT
    A vandal has splashed a red substance on a wall at New York City's Whitney Museum of American Art.
    A vandal has splashed a red substance on a wall inside New York City's Whitney Museum of American Art.
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