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"olentangy river" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

Plant Of The Week

04:26 min | 5 months ago

"olentangy river" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

"I was out looking around the other day after a little bit of rain and see what good that had done and looked up and and brushed my shoulder against the shrub. That's I don't know seven feet tall thousand or so feet wide couple three of them. They are Holly's this particular group of holidays are called Sparkleberry. There are a number of shrub types of holidays. Mine happens to have the reddest of red flowers They're the size of a half a cranberry in terms of that but a brilliant red sign sign theme and then there are the other holidays. If you're lucky enough to have a well-drained organic soil that can be or ears a little acidic the American holly tree which gets very large and and doesn't quite a beautiful job south of here in Columbus area. That is south of Main in an area that's got some age to it. There are a number of large American holidays they happen to grow wage. What was the old River Bank area of the Olentangy then one that I do not understand have not understood but it is an American holly. It stands right behind the sidewalk sidewalk is south of the tree then six feet in the curb and then the hot blacktop the driveway gives a heat off the blacktop all morning long all well all midday. It is in the absolutely wrong position presently twelve feet tall and has to be trimmed back in diameter. So it doesn't block The View coming out of the driveway. So that is the Holi story. There are many many kinds and they do require a better soil than what I'm going to call our average Olentangy River junk long does work into the process, but you need to add a lot of organic either compost or peat moss then add some powdered sulfur and so on so that you can get it. Let's just say well drained and acidic then you can log So darn your any Holly and I well my Sparkle berries are fifteen or twenty years old and each year. Well, they don't flourish in size anymore. They've picked out in size. Like I say seven eight feet tall and and white, but they're they've been generous in flour. And then when it comes the time where the dead birds I'm going to call them and principally the Robin are flocking in the middle of winter and there's been a couple of darn good freezes. That's often those little berries. I have counted them if they'd hold still I would know better count but I've counted twenty five or more Robbins on that shrub in one given point and in two days, it's been picked clean and they move on looking for food so it can be a pleasure. If you it can feed the birds. And of course the red orange belly of a rabbit in the wintertime is quite something. So that's those then I just yep. To throw in for interest and color and bird. Well call it food. The seed heads on many of our plants the the well, let's check. There are several groups of plants. I happen to leave the cold flowers and I don't have very many of them, but I'll leave a cone flower into coreopsis and so on those things that have a seed-spitting head on them the Fitch just love those little rascals. So I leave them and other things then we turn to the shrubs and there I have several shrubs including viburnum that are now in in either a yellow or red stage of fruit. Some will go on and turn black and again once there is some fries if softens the fruit same with flowering crabapple birds can eat them now, but I suppose they're full of element a little hard to digest it's pretty solid yet. But as soon as we've had several freezes, which I don't necessarily personally look forward to but it's dead. For the fruit and again, the birds will just go crazy and where I like to do what I can to preserve nature those things will be left to stand and I enjoy the tan colors and so on edge of leaving grasses stand. I leave the other plants looking wintry. I happen to enjoy that that leaves something in the garden, others want to clean up totally and that's fine. But those things are that the big deal for this week..

Holly Olentangy River Columbus area River Bank Robbins Fitch
"olentangy river" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

Plant Of The Week

04:26 min | 5 months ago

"olentangy river" Discussed on Plant Of The Week

"I was out looking around the other day after a little bit of rain and see what good that had done and looked up and and brushed my shoulder against the shrub. That's I don't know seven feet tall thousand or so feet wide couple three of them. They are Holly's this particular group of holidays are called Sparkleberry. There are a number of shrub types of holidays. Mine happens to have the reddest of red flowers They're the size of a half a cranberry in terms of that but a brilliant red sign sign theme and then there are the other holidays. If you're lucky enough to have a well-drained organic soil that can be or ears a little acidic the American holly tree which gets very large and and doesn't quite a beautiful job south of here in Columbus area. That is south of Main in an area that's got some age to it. There are a number of large American holidays they happen to grow wage. What was the old River Bank area of the Olentangy then one that I do not understand have not understood but it is an American holly. It stands right behind the sidewalk sidewalk is south of the tree then six feet in the curb and then the hot blacktop the driveway gives a heat off the blacktop all morning long all well all midday. It is in the absolutely wrong position presently twelve feet tall and has to be trimmed back in diameter. So it doesn't block The View coming out of the driveway. So that is the Holi story. There are many many kinds and they do require a better soil than what I'm going to call our average Olentangy River junk long does work into the process, but you need to add a lot of organic either compost or peat moss then add some powdered sulfur and so on so that you can get it. Let's just say well drained and acidic then you can log So darn your any Holly and I well my Sparkle berries are fifteen or twenty years old and each year. Well, they don't flourish in size anymore. They've picked out in size. Like I say seven eight feet tall and and white, but they're they've been generous in flour. And then when it comes the time where the dead birds I'm going to call them and principally the Robin are flocking in the middle of winter and there's been a couple of darn good freezes. That's often those little berries. I have counted them if they'd hold still I would know better count but I've counted twenty five or more Robbins on that shrub in one given point and in two days, it's been picked clean and they move on looking for food so it can be a pleasure. If you it can feed the birds. And of course the red orange belly of a rabbit in the wintertime is quite something. So that's those then I just yep. To throw in for interest and color and bird. Well call it food. The seed heads on many of our plants the the well, let's check. There are several groups of plants. I happen to leave the cold flowers and I don't have very many of them, but I'll leave a cone flower into coreopsis and so on those things that have a seed-spitting head on them the Fitch just love those little rascals. So I leave them and other things then we turn to the shrubs and there I have several shrubs including viburnum that are now in in either a yellow or red stage of fruit. Some will go on and turn black and again once there is some fries if softens the fruit same with flowering crabapple birds can eat them now, but I suppose they're full of element a little hard to digest it's pretty solid yet. But as soon as we've had several freezes, which I don't necessarily personally look forward to but it's dead. For the fruit and again, the birds will just go crazy and where I like to do what I can to preserve nature those things will be left to stand and I enjoy the tan colors and so on edge of leaving grasses stand. I leave the other plants looking wintry. I happen to enjoy that that leaves something in the garden, others want to clean up totally and that's fine. But those things are that the big deal for this week..

Holly Olentangy River Columbus area River Bank Robbins Fitch
"olentangy river" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"olentangy river" Discussed on WTVN

"Home once the German shepherd was in this man's home he took a baseball bat and beat the dog to near death he was euthanized because so I say he basically beat him to death he was still breathing when the owners found him but he had to be euthanized and then on top of everything the woman who owned the dog was given a ticket because the dog was off leash out of her yard so this man and everyone's like are you gonna mentions name one hundred percent absolutely Charles Miller I can't call him a man I call him an animal this Charles Miller idiot beach this dog to death and he gets slapped with a misdemeanor that's it that's all he got was a misdemeanor the laws in the state of Ohio need to change so it was my understanding that three years ago they did change that Ohio accepted something called Goddard's law and it was even for a first time person who were too because they're serious injury or death to an animal it's a fifth degree felony that was accepted in Ohio it was named Goddard's law because of Dick Goddard who was a meteorologist in northeast Ohio always always fought for the rights of animals so this was named after him so why was this man not charged with a felony why is this just a misdemeanor if somebody took a baseball bat to my dog and killed it and was given a misdemeanor that's not good enough Z. in the stories ugly I know I can't even talk about how bad the dog ended up and you know in many you have been an advocate for animals we have our dogs we love them you've been an outspoken advocate for animals in central Ohio and I can't I can't even bring the words to what happened to this job because it's eight eight there was massive damage done to this dog skull and I think and I think when it comes down to it how can someone be so angry he said he thought he was going to be attacked but that sounds like more than just one hit to get a dog you know you know what I mean absolutely it is not he was in defense mode but not take to the point almost killing this dog well you hear their side of the story that they felt threatened by the dog and it was growling at it but the other that people who owned it said that dog didn't have a moan mean down its body it lived with the cat it never hurt the cat it was a nice friendly dog needless to say it was nine months old you're still a puppy at nine months old energy here and friendly nine month old puppies are friendly they want to play they don't want to go into attack mode and he left the gate open which allow the dog to leave the yard it's a misdemeanor committee put the story up if you're not a member or Facebook group is what matters with median makayla again it's a group that we have on Facebook what management you makayla and fifty comments I'm looking at right now I mean just so many people saying definite felony it is a complete disregard for life dangerous person at the end of that back he did that well every single person because I ask should eat should the punishment for animal cruelty be a misdemeanor in the state of Ohio or a felony every single person commented with felony so if there is overwhelming support that these crimes should be felonies why is Ohio so behind the times we are one of four states everybody in the United States that are penalties for animal abuse is so insignificant and it's it's in the it needs to change in and you were saying part of it has to do with the Amish community right because of the puppy mill situation and the and a lot of people who've tried to support this to promote change try to find the correlation between animal abuse and human physical abuse because there is a correlation there yeah that we'd seen some statistics earlier today when we were looking to this about you know the million cases when it comes to women who are battered abused I believe a year and with that there is a correlation a lot of that between the dogs or the cats that are living in these houses on these animals that are household animals and because when you have an abuser on your hands it's willing to abuse a human you know they're willing to abuse an animal six one four eight two one nine eight eight six if you would like to join in on the conversation six one four eight two one nine eight eight six or WTVN now that's spread through social media I would have never heard about this case you would have never heard about this case if the post wasn't shared to us directly true on the other hand of that and on the other side of that there was another animal story that ended up in a totally different very positive way there was a dog rescued from the Olentangy river and they named this dog Olin well it had a little bit a pit bull in it so shelters are not going to take it in because you know the deal with pitfalls well I was actually thinking about the of the German shepherd in some at times misconceptions about German shepherds we're just discussing the other dog but yes I do know the story apple's all because you have that title pit bulls some people classify you as a dangerous dog so you're not always given a fair shake in life so someone saw this story it was shared forty thousand times forty thousand forty thousand forty thousand times so a rescue group out of northeast Ohio in the Youngstown area came down and adopted Olin and found a forever home they're gonna work with Olin and they're going to make it a friendly dog and work with it and make it friendly with other dogs as well they're going to give this dog a second shot at life that's a great story Rick is on the line with us right now wreck welcome to what matters we are calling their guys big that dollar bat eight didn't happen but like what he wants get a check in and if he's got any kids in Southie either remove a grenade this guy's dangers there's no doubt about it if you can snap like that and repeatedly beat a dog a living breathing thing you're gonna do it to something else or yeah in any way that little doll was which is a record but that's just my opinion on that yep break thank you so much and he was saying I think he's innocent dog you know what I mean just that dog he done nothing nine months old makayla nine months old and I can't help but envision my shops my German shepherds laugh and you know I would kill I would kill so I am a believer of yes this man beat him with the bat I would do it if you look at me like I'm crazy but I'm taking in the emotion of the situation because I mean it's awful what he did to this dog and there are other ways to defend yourself you have to kill an animal to defend yourself and there are so many animal cruelty cases that go unreported every year I mean it's actually really interesting Mindy that had a lot of trouble nailing down a statistic on animal abuse there was involving like lab testing and other things it is hard to nail down an animal abuse statistic and I think many that's because you're right I mean there are untold stories so we need to write our legislators we need to write governor to whine we need to take action because the animals can speak out for themselves we have to speak out for them we have to if we don't who will so there's an organization do something dot org do something dot org we got to get involved we have to help because it's going to keep happening over and over and over if they get a slap on the wrist it's going to continue my friends we have to speak up for the animals so there I said you said your piece and you continue to have a conversation with us on Facebook again the what matters with Mindy makayla Facebook group coming up next we're gonna turn the page a little bit will continue that conversation over there in our group but we have Kosai coming and talk about what's happening this next week that your kids can still enjoy before they go back to school you listen to what matters with Mindy makayla Hey it's about the Korean boy ever air conditioners been cranking this summer and.

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"olentangy river" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"olentangy river" Discussed on WTVN

"Capitol Hill today testifying at a house hearing the former special counsel and the Russian government interfered in US elections in a sweeping and systematic fashion he also stressed that the effort was aimed at helping the president Theresa may has officially resigned as the British prime minister to make way for a new Lee L. for the newly elected Boris Johnson may had an audience with the queen this afternoon and tendered her resignation the new canopy by Hilton downtown hotel is open for guests next weekend it's a long nationwide Boulevard in the in the arena district it's pet friendly and also offers gas complementary bicycles the roof top lounge however you said to open later next month I DO development plan is in the works for Cooper stadium new documents have been filed with the city by the company spark which currently owns the former home of the Columbus clippers the new plan would include apartments and offices well as a commercial development area the Ohio state fair is set to open its gates today with a new competitive with a new complete with a new layout for the midway affair said yesterday that a majority of the seventy eight rides at the fair this year would also be relatively new to fairgoers there is using tally amusement says the vendor for the fair for the first time with that one hundred and eight foot tall Ferris wheel and a two hundred foot long slide as the main attractions their managers had warranty gas to be aware of the new midway lay out since many families use rides like the giant Ferris wheel as a landmark for places to meet up Columbus city council has approved some emergency funding for safety improvements along the Olin Tandy trail council said yesterday that more than one hundred and thirty thousand dollars are said to be used to upgrade a portion of the trail that is close to the founders park construction site near the Harrison west neighborhood the trail is just under fifteen miles long and follows the Olentangy river from Worthington to downtown the parks department estimates around one thousand runners cyclists and walkers use the trail every day and a licking county man is facing charges of assault and endangering of his two month old child reports released yesterday show Josh will Maksim was arrested after police were called to nationwide children's hospital to investigate a possible case of child abuse police say that he use that he caused the injuries to the child when the child would not stop crying is currently being held on a bond of one hundred thousand dollars and is said to be back in court on August first clear skies today we'll see a high around eighty clear tonight with a low of fifty nine sunshine tomorrow with a high of eighty four I'm Alison Wyant if tried something new was a bad idea many of us would still be wearing polyester this message is brought to you by glory days grow you may know is for our great burgers and winks but glory days pros mix it up with fresh cedar plank salmon cut in house and grilled to perfection or sizzling and juicy steaks meaty ribs we even have hand crafted cells and sandwiches by.

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