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Community gardens like the one in Millvale offer disadvantaged communities a chance to return to their neighborly roots.
Part of the problem is that some people don't know their trees are dying.
When grass won‘t grow beneath a big tree, Point Breeze couple turned to a moss lawn. It made them winners of the Great Garden Contest.
Facade greening is the new term for growing vines against the house, with or without a trellis.
Former teacher goes over the lessons he‘s learned in his garden near New Castle.
The three-pool pond and garden behind the Rhodes‘ home is one of seven featured on Sunday’s Mt. Lebanon Library Garden Tour.
Expert offers tips on creating a new daylily variety by cross-polinating by hand.
Fight red thread disease in lawns by mowing often with a sharp blade, getting more sun on the grass and adjusting grass species.
The 45th Daylily Show today at Trax Farms in Finleyville shows off some garden fireworks that just might win you a prize next year.
The ox-eye daisy is blooming everywhere this summer, whether you love it or not.
Pittsburgh‘s Daylily Show at Trax Farms celebrates its 45th year on July 12.
To add visual excitement to a garden, plants of various heights should always be part of the mix.
It‘s not too late to start your summer garden, and there are still plenty of veggies to plant at Pittsburgh-area nurseries.
In her book, gardener, blogger and author Chris McLaughlin shows common garden plants can be used in the dye pot with great results.
Now is the time to plant cucumber seeds for a second crop in later summer.
This winter‘s polar vortex might not be the reason irises aren’t blooming. Check depth of planting and other plants in the bed.
An 8-year-old Swissvale home has a garden that reflects centuries of British tradition. It’s one of 11 on the Regent Square Garden Tour.
An annual open house is planned for July 19 at Westmoreland County demonstration gardens;
The BETA Project at Phipps Center for Sustainable Landscapes makes the connection among art, nature and all of our senses.