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Starting vegetable and flower seeds gives gardeners many more growing options than the seedlings for sale at garden centers.
Take the time to prune carefully and at the right time and your plants will reward you with beautiful foliage and shape.
The daylong series of lectures is sponsored by Penn State Master Gardeners, the Penn State Center of Pittsburgh and Shady Side Academy.
Mountains and Lake Como create an ever-changing backdrop for two historic villa gardens in northern Italy.
If your tomato garden is contaminated by fungal diseases, solarization and a season of growing in containers may be the best solution.
Interesting new plants are just one more reason to attend the Garden & Landscape Symposium, celebrating its 20th anniversary on April 18.
Phipps Conservatory opens Tropical Forest Congo, the latest iteration of its tropical forest exhibits.
Mt. Lebanon Public Library is hosting a series of free gardening lectures and workshops starting Feb. 23.
Villa Cicogna Mozzoni in Northern Italy is a joyful labor of love for Jacopo Cicogna Mozzoni and his partner, Silvia Casarotto.
Pennsylvania Resources Council schedules backyard compost and vermicomposting workshops.
Master gardeners suggest favorite websites for amateur or veteran diggers in the dirt.