Should you remove ice and snow form bushes, shrubs, and trees, or should you leave it be.
Doug doesn’t miss a beat when it comes to his knowledge of the mysterious beets.
A small 25 cent packet of seeds and a "why not?" attitude filled the pantry. Garlic dill pickles, Serrano dill pickles, bread and butter pickles, fermented pickles…we've got 'em all!
Want to mark the hours by the blooms in your garden? It’s time to plant a flower clock.
To save seeds that are healthy, vigorous, and true-to-form, it’s important to understand the different seed types available in today’s market.
We’re introducing the first installment of the Herbarium department, where we’ll explain scientific names of plants and other common botanical terms, such as cultivar vs. variety, to help gardeners better navigate seed catalogs.
Mark your calendars; here are the dates that gardeners and naturalists alike won’t want to miss for fall 2016.
Do you ever get a little stir crazy with cabin fever while waiting to get back in the garden? There are some ways to get in the gardening spirit in winter.
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