Due to extremely frequent spring rains, some vegetable gardeners may not have been able to plant all the vegetables they would have liked.
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Bugs are a big part of gardening — pro and con — and scientists spend entire careers looking at ways to either shut them down or, in the case …
Japanese beetle season is here!
The most expensive city clocks in at over $2,000 per square foot.
Many urban landscapes have a forlorn narrow planting strip between the curb and sidewalk, often known as a “hell strip.”
Iris are one of the most popular and beautiful of garden flowers. With the wide range in plant type, size and adaptation, there is an iris for almost any location.
As a long-lived perennial, it's not uncommon for asparagus plants to live for 12 to 15 years or longer. So it's worth your time to take care of your plants, keeping the crowns healthy and vigorous to ensure a bountiful harvest each year. Follow these steps to ensure the health of your asparagus and next year's crop.
Done properly, passive design turns the idea of a drafty old home on its head. And homeowners can expect a return on investment in five years or less, one expert says.
Fruit trees in the home orchard often set abundant crops if spring pollination conditions are good, and most home gardeners do not thin fruit trees enough or at all. Only 10% of peach flowers are needed for full crop set, and peaches are particularly prone to branch breakage under heavy crop load.