Twilight Concert In The Arboretum At The BarnesAs if the Rose Garden and other attractions at the Arboretum were not enough, now you can enjoy an evening of jazz on the Great Lawn.
Get Those Annuals In The GroundDid you find some flowers on sale? Good for you. Now get them into the ground or planters pronto because many annuals in particular could be very ‘root bound’ by now.
Plants May Revert To Original ColorIf you planted white flowers, how come they’re pink now? What’s going on? It’s called reversion – going back to the way they used to be.
Mid-Summer Garden ChoresThere are a few garden chores you should hurry up and do, such as pinching back fall-bloomers like asters and mums so they’ll stay compact, and pruning spring-blooming shrubs too.
Old School Rose Still A DelightVirginia Rose is not a new rose or a special cultivar or a genetic creation that just hit the market. This is an old school rose.
Brandywine Treasure Trails Passport Worth The Price Of AdmissionHere’s a great way to see lots of gardens, historic houses and museums this summer and save a lot of money.
Salute Your Community GardenersMany community garden spots are tended by people you never see; who come to plant and weed and water as volunteers. Salute them over the 4th.
Plant Trees And Shrubs In The FallEven with all the recent storms we’ve had, it’s still smarter and less risky to plant trees and shrubs in the fall rather than summer.
Prune Tomatoes If You PreferA listener wrote last week to ask about pruning tomatoes. The first thing to know is, you don’t have to do it, it’s up to you. Secondly, you probably only want to prune vining varieties.
Nature Sees To It That Seeds Get AroundIf you wonder how something sprouts in your yard when you didn’t plant it, it’s because Nature designed seeds to be strewn.
A Hardy Hydrangea That Bounces BackNative <em>Hydrangea arborescens</em> bloom beautifully no matter how harsh winter was, which is a big relief!