George--Leila (Greenhouse Staff)
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Biology seminar presents "The Practical World of Herbs," beginning March 10
Public Relations News Release 1996:269, p.1
|2/14/1997||Several presentations about herbs will be presented in the Greenhouse. The seminar will consist of four workshops covering all aspects of herbs.|
Public Relations News Release 1995:340, p.1
|4/29/1996||Leila George suggests mixing several vegetable seed packets, shaking the bag, and planting in a three-foot-wide row. You are growing a salad.|
The January greens
Public Relations News Release 1995:171, p.1
|1/8/1996||Techniques for successful growing of plants indoors are shared.|
A pinch from the garden.
Public Relations News Release 1994:446, p.1
|5/8/1995||Leila George states that it is the perfect time to plant herbs.|
Greenhouse gives students first-hand feel for biology; you walk past it every day, but probably never knew what it was
Northern Iowan 91:54, p.1
|4/18/1995||Description of displays and uses of facility.|
University of Northern Iowa Biology Seminar Series offers 'lazy gardening' March 1 & 8
Public Relations News Release 1994:288, p.1
|2/22/1995||Biology Seminar Series theme is announced.|
University of Northern Iowa offers children's biology seminar series in nature and gardening
Public Relations News Release 1994:279, p.1
|2/14/1995||Children ages 6-9 may attend workshops in biology at UNI.|
Roses are red
Public Relations News Release 0:629, p.1
|6/20/1994||June is National Rose Month.|
A day for growing and branching out.
Public Relations News Release 0:502, p.1
|4/25/1994||Arbor Day is a great time to plant trees.|
Deck the halls with bought of weeds.
Public Relations News Release 1993:272, p.1
|12/20/1993||Leila George explains that mistletoe is a noxious weed.|
Public Relations News Release 1993:256, p.1
|12/13/1993||Leila George suggests people consider what type of evergreen those choose for the Christmas tree.|
A cure for rainy days and Mondays?
Public Relations News Release 1992:622, p.1
|5/10/1993||Leila George states that "horticulture therapy" taps into the healing power of indoor plants and flowers.|
Winter Biology Seminar Series scheduled at university of Northern Iowa: features botany, cacti, herbs and children's workshop
Public Relations News Release 1991:316, p.1
|1/9/1992||Topics and presenters announced for the Winter Biology Seminar Series. Kelly Conrad and Kirby Sherman are among the presenters.|
The Greenhouse provides warm tropical escape at UNI
Northern Iowan 88:24, p.12
|11/22/1991||Staff talk about care and maintenance of UNI Greenhouse.|
Time for tea--herb tea, that is.
Public Relations News Release 1990:684, p.1
|8/5/1991||The use of herbs is increasing at a rapid rate due to possible positive effects on minor health ailments.|
University of Northern Iowa biology seminar series to offer five courses in August
Public Relations News Release 1990:652, p.1
|7/9/1991||Arnold Webster, Leila George, and Craig Gibleon will present courses in the Biology Seminar Series.|
Hurray for herb! Coming soon to a garden plot near you.
Public Relations News Release 1990:557, p.1
|5/13/1991||Herb gardening is the latest trend in gardening.|
'Butterfly gardening' topic for June 9 biology seminar at Northern Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1989:659, p.1
|5/17/1990||Techniques for attracting butterflies to home gardens by the cultivation of common plants and flowers for food and nectar will be covered in a day-long course.|
Spring has sprung, and gardeners thumbs are greening up
Public Relations News Release 1989:470, p.1
|3/15/1990||Leila George discusses gardeners who give themselves a jump-start on spring gardening by beginning their planting indoors.|
Build an insect habitat in your own backyard -- butterfly gardening.
Public Relations News Release 1988:410, p.1
|4/17/1989||Leila George is presenting a seminar on butterfly gardening and says the biggest mistake people make when trying to attract these insects is to use household insecticides and remove their habitat in the fall.|
Parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme -- herb gardening trend grows.
Public Relations News Release 1988:393, p.1
|4/10/1989||Leila George is presenting a seminar on growing herbs. She says herb aren't difficult to grow and can be used to fortify, spice up, and help people break bad habits like adding salt to food.|
University of Northern Iowa continuing education biology seminar series to offer workshops on 'herbs' and 'lawn care.'
Public Relations News Release 1988:370, p.1
|3/27/1989||Seminar titled "Let Herbs Do It," will discuss cooking and gardening with herbs. "Lawn Care For the Home" will deal with lawn establishment, cultural practices and lawn care.|
UNI Biology seminar series offers compost seminar Oct. 22
Public Relations News Release 1988:111, p.1
|10/19/1988||"Rotting Ideas" a seminar teaching the how-to's of composting. Topic include the history and process of composting, the difference between mulch and compost, types of compost material and buliding a composter.|
Bulb seminar to be offered at Northern Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1988:15, p.1
|8/29/1988||Seminar topics to include bulbs in containers, as house plants, forcing for winter blooms and landscaping with bulbs. Seminar instructor is Leila George, a member of the Iowa Nurseryman's association.|
Mary, Mary... how does your (butterfly) garden grow?
Public Relations News Release 1988:398, p.1
|5/2/1988||Leila George says with a few simple additions, you can attract many of Iowa's 130 species of butterflies to your own backyard.|
No voodoo here -- plants and herbs of Iowa serve medicinal purposes
Public Relations News Release 1987:369, p.1
|4/14/1988||Professor Leila George discusses the medicinal value of many Iowan plants and herbs.|
UNI Museum Sunday program
Public Relations News Release 1987:367, p.1
|4/14/1988||Professor Laura Spees Jackson instructs a gardening workshop in the Museum. The program will cover a selection of plants and trees that can be used to attract various birds and butterflies. The workshop is free and open to the public.|
University of Northern Iowa biology seminar to present two programs
Public Relations News Release 1987:352, p.1
|4/7/1988||Seminars on bonsai tree and herb growth are held in the Greenhouse, instructed by Craig Gibleon and Leila George. Costs for required materials, with the exception of plant containers, are covered by registration fees.|