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If you didn’t move or cover outdoor pots yet, it’s still a good idea – even if they’re concrete!
Learn ‘everything you don’t know about butterflies’ during a presentation Feb 3rd at Delaware Valley College.
Time will tell if those old-fashioned and not originally from this country pink and blue hydrangeas will survive this winter, but our native hydrangeas will surely bounce back.
I thought at first they were fake, but it turns out that for years now, people have been glittering real plants.
By Phran Novelli PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – On a quiet winter’s day, some of the busiest and noisiest spots in my neighborhood are the bird feeders in people’s yards. If you join about 65 million other […]
If you’ve already had enough of winter, here’s a chance to look ahead to spring and all the pretty perennials you can soon be planting.
If you’re off on Monday and haven’t made plans to volunteer yet, why not lend a hand at a garden?
Keeping and sharing seeds not only saves you money, it helps to preserve and propagate plants, and also connects us to our past, future, and to one another.
Walking on, driving over, or just dragging the trash can across your lawn in winter, can seriously injure your grass!
By Phran Novelli PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Ahhh….a garden that plants itself. If that sounds good to you too, head to the Mt. Cuba Center in Hockessin, Delaware this Saturday for a short course about the […]
If you made a New Year’s resolution or are just looking for something to do, why not take a class or two to learn more about gardening?
The Pennsylvania Farm Show is fun for all ages and a fabulous demonstration of all the great stuff that grows here.
If you grew cucumbers you pickled this summer, enjoy a few as you toast to 2015 and you’ll feel better in the morning.
Before getting rid of your Christmas tree, save those scented needles to fill little pillows, block drafts or pad pet beds and help them smell good.
You know when it snows and you suddenly have wet gloves and hats that need to dry? That’s when you need a mitten tree…or at least a branch.