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A blanket of perennial blooms

March 23, 2013 Gaillardia is the name of a native wildflower that should be in everyone’s garden, yard bed or lanai container. It loves our hot sun and once established is drought tolerant. more »»

Explaining ‘Common Elements’ and material alterations

March 16, 2013 Question: I’d like to purchase a unit in a condominium but my wife has trouble going up a step because of her disability. more »»

Pineapple — a sweet tropical fruit

March 16, 2013 The golden pineapple is a sunny and easy plant to grow in our local climat. more »»

Lady slipper

March 9, 2013 As a teenager, I enjoyed long walks in the woods in the springtime, looking at the wild flowers, birds and trees. more »»

Is foreclosure this couple's only option?

March 8, 2013 Question: My husband and I now understand the meaning of “like a deer in headlights.” I lost my job last year and he lost his last month. more »»

'La Florida'

March 2, 2013 By JOYCE COMINGORE news@breezenewspapers. more »»

Do I have the right to see my condo association's records?

March 2, 2013 Question: I have lived in my condo for several years and have never had a problem with the board. I recently heard that we are going to have a large special assessment to repair the roof. more »»

Utilizing a community association manager

February 23, 2013 Question: Our condo association uses an association management company to help us maintain our property and manage the business of the associatio. more »»

Asparagus ferns not alike

February 23, 2013 While volunteering at an all-day yard sale last weekend, in the cold and wind, I was asked some questions about the asparagus fern. more »»

Friends President Paula Novander says so long, but not goodbye

February 23, 2013 When not hovering over a hibiscus, Paula Novander is actively and creatively promoting the Friends of the Cape Coral Library. more »»

Heliconia varieties

February 16, 2013 One of the nicest things about gardening in this Southwest Zone is how fast everything grows, when you are not really paying attention. more »»

Can you use state’s homestead provisions to protect assets?

February 16, 2013 Question: We are new to Florida and have recently heard about Florida Homestead rules. I understand that homes are not able to be forced into a sale in a bankruptcy. more »»

Hunting gladiolus in the former Gladiolus Capital of the World

February 8, 2013 Well, Jean and I have been busy forming our designs for Bell Towers’ Strolling Flower Show held this last Thursday and Friday. I spent last week-end searching for bright orange yellow gladiolus. more »»

You say to-MAY-to, I like to-MAH-to

January 18, 2013 The most frequently asked question by gardeners after moving to our Southwest Florida location is “how do you grow tomatoes” — especially after a few visits tasting the offerings of the local... more »»

Planting hope

January 17, 2013 This is the time of year I proclaim and encourage everyone to plant trees. Our state Legislature designated Florida’s Arbor Day as the third Friday in January, falling on Jan. 18 this year. more »»


January 4, 2013 Another day, and welcome to a brand New Year. Now is the time we take to re-evaluate our lives. Originally, the Roman calendar only had 10 months, 304 days. more »»

Postal prices slated to change Jan. 27

January 4, 2013 Special to The Breeze Beginning Jan. 27, the cost of a one-ounce, First-Class postage stamp will increase by one penny, to 46 cents. more »»

Start growing a better life garden

December 24, 2012 The holidays always remind me that I need to be tending to several things right now besides my usual gardening. more »»

Tax reform is a hot issue

December 24, 2012 Question: There are so many reasons to own real estate but one of the most important advantages to me is the tax deduction I get for the interest on my mortgage. more »»

New year at Cape Coral Library starts with fantasy, royalty and therapy

December 24, 2012 Fantasy fiction, logotherapy and a royal obsession are just three of the offerings the Cape Coral Library has scheduled for the month of January. more »»



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