Trying to catch a few rays – or just have a bumper crop of tomatoes? The Sun Seeker can help.
Most planting is done earlier, but you can still find lots of hearty bulbs that are perfect for planting in the spring.
It’s way too early to even think about getting anything in the ground, but if you start with peat pots or trays, you can get seeds for cool vegetable crops in now.
Indoors or outdoors, there are many ways to grow your own fresh herbs. Take advantage of the early Spring weather and start planting your garden today.
A long, ferocious winter is finally behind us, and now it’s time to get the yard primed for one of the most anticipated summers in recent memory.
The snow, the wind, the ice, has left gardeners with broken branches, layers of leaves, and a muddy mess in low-lying areas, but for those who love to toil in the soil it’s fun waiting to be had.
So you bought some seeds from one of those glossy seed catalogs. But the ground is still frozen. Now what?
Saturday marks the last day for festivities at the 2nd Annual Love Your Park Week, but there are still plenty of activities going on at more than 25 parks.
Are you considering growing your own vegetables to save money and eat healthier? Growing a garden takes some advanced planning, as well as a great deal of time, patience and effort. Utilize these 10 helpful tips to prepare your garden and make it flourish.
Sally McCabe, project manager for the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s “Garden Tenders” program, says gardeners can begin putting in their cool season crops now.
Despite its green reputation, is composting more costly than it’s worth?
3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl has more on the benefits of flowers, and how they’re actually helping local patients get better.
Autumn days may be full of falling leaves and crisp weather, but it is also a time to prep your lawn for winter.
On Tuesdays from 9:00 to Noon, gardeners at every level of experience – including none – are welcome to come learn about Ambler Arboretum’s collection, as you join with other volunteers to help take care of the plants.
Spring has sprung early – we know that – but it’s also been very dry. So what does that mean for those digging in their garden?