Plants may be the solution to balancing your system and reducing stress.
Even with all the rain we had in June, if you planted trees and shrubs this spring, don’t think you won’t have to water anymore this summer.
Here are some gardening safety tips to keep your dogs and cats healthy.
Chris May has this 3 On Your Side warning about the new high that may be growing in the garden.
Most gardeners find it hard to resist stopping in at special plant sales, like two this weekend in the Philadelphia area.
Attendance declined significantly at the Philadelphia Flower Show this year, a drop that organizers attributed to weather forecasts.
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.
If there’s one thing gardeners should be used to, it’s the cycle of life, because we see it every year.
As you clean out your garden – stuff the plant tags into separate pockets – winners and losers. Then, come spring, you can use the tags as reminders for what worked, and what didn’t, so you don’t make the same mistakes again.
If you have some plants that have declined, died, or are just in the wrong place, you can’t beat a soaking rain to get the roots ready to go.
“Leaves of three, let them be.” That’s the rhyme attached to poison ivy, and it warrants heeding–especially this summer.
Saturday’s temperature could be at 100 degrees or above, and your plants are showing signs that they’ve had enough.
People wonder why their hanging baskets poop out each year and the answer is – too many plants in a too-small pot. Here’s an alternative.
Learn how to make your own miniature garden with Giverny Gardens.
If you have a space in the front or back of your property in Philadelphia for a new tree, they’re available for free—just in time for spring.