Spring means time to consider new landscaping projects, including planting new trees. But PECO’s Greg Smore says it’s more than just buying the tree that you like.
Here’s where to get out, clean up and learn about the environment in honor of Earth Day (April 22) and Arbor Day (April 24).
If your plants are running behind this year, why not see how someone else’s are doing? Scott Arboretum is a good place to start.
This was the “Arbor Day of Service” by the local chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture (“ISA”).
The City of Philadelphia celebrated Arbor Day Friday as it does every year, by planting trees and shrubs.
With both Earth Day and Arbor Day this week, you’ll find all kinds of gardening events going on this weekend.
Atlantic City Electric announced it will be offering free trees to customers its Arbor Day Foundation Program.
This is the time each year when the Jewish New Year of the Trees is celebrated, and the Morris Arboretum in Chestnut Hill has events this week for children to learn about planting and caring for trees.
Arbor Day’s a good time to think about planting trees but don’t even think about planting the Callery Pear or it’s well-known cultivar, the Bradford Pear tree.