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A walk in the park

By: Natasha Were | natasha.were@cfp.ky10 May, 2013 Attention dads: this weekend it’s your turn to do the planning, organising and executing of family activities, while your spouse takes a well-earned rest. Sunday is Mother’s Day, so the roles are reversed and mums get to sit back, relax and be spoiled. Get in practice on Saturday […]
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Get grafting, mango tree fans

25 January, 2013 As in mango trees, so in life: you won’t get anywhere without a bit of graft. – Photo: File A special mango tree grafting workshop with the Botanic Park’s dynamic Mike Ferrero is filling up fast, our mates at the National Trust of the Cayman Islands tell us. “This workshop was made […]
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Treat yourself to a mango tree

By: Natasha Were | natasha.were@cfp.ky20 July, 2012 Planting a tree in your yard is probably the easiest way to offset your carbon footprint. During the course of a lifetime, all of those carbon-absorbing leaves will make a significant contribution to the health of the planet. If it’s a fruit bearing tree, it’s also a regular […]
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It’s bloomin’ orchid time

By: Natasha Were | natasha.were@cfp.ky15 June, 2012 Every cloud has a silver lining – and those heavy rain clouds a few weeks back may have dampened the long weekend for a few, but it does mean that for the next long weekend there’s an extra treat in store at the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park. […]
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Garden Club donates to Botanic Park garden

30 May, 2012 The Garden Club of Grand Cayman has donated $1,000 to the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park to assist with developing a Xerophytic Cactus Succulent Garden. John Lawrus, general manager of the Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, received the money from Garden Club members at the Pines Retirement Home on Tuesday, 22 May. […]
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