Velvet Leaf is an invasive crop weed that can grow over 5 feet high, and just one plant can produce thousands of seeds. Pull it!
What’s that annoying stuff sticking up a few days after your lawn is cut? Likely nutsedge!
As the leaves start dropping, before the piles start growing, just keep mowing. The leaves will get blitzed into bits that will be a treat for your lawn.
Some of the best things in my garden I didn’t plant but I’m glad mother Nature has a green thumb!
By moving plants correctly early in the fall, you have a good chance they’ll be happily leafing out and blooming in their new spots next spring.
Just as fall is the best time of year to plant trees and shrubs, it’s also a good time to move them if you have to.
if you’ve had a bumper crop in your vegetable garden, you can show them off and compete this Saturday at the PHS Fall Garden Festival.
It’s hard to hate pretty plants – even when they’re pretty invasive and even poisonous too – but there’s one pretty weed you’d be pretty smart to yank.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society Fall Garden Festival is all day Saturday at the Navy Yard. It’s free to enter and a great day out for all ages.
Well that took long enough. Finally, we grew a tomato or two!
Ragweed is the plant that makes so many people sneeze this time of year but goldenrod, blooming at the same time gets the blame!
Going for a walk on a fall day is a great way to get some fresh air and see some beautiful trees and shrubs you might decide to plant in your own garden.
The Philadelphia Honey Festival is a weekend-long celebration that actually begins with a full day of fun this Friday, September 6, at The Wagner Free Institute of Science.
Gardening and horticulture classes start next week at the Barnes Arboretum – still firmly planted on Latches Lane in Merion.
The Philadelphia Honey Fest happens this weekend, including Saturday at the Wyck Historic House in Germantown and Sunday at Bartram’s Garden.