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The 460-acre garden in Oakdale opens April 1 with lots of outdoor family activities on the schedule.
Busy schedule of outdoor activities planned at Pittsburgh Botanic Garden.
It's almost garden time, which means you'll be battling insects, diseases and animals. Here are some ways to fight back.
The Orchid Society of Western Pennsylvania hosts its annual orchid show and celebrates its 60th anniversary this weekend.
St. Patrick’s Day is a great time to plant peas, lettuce and greens.
Before you start pruning trees and shrubs, make sure you have these three cutting tools — pruner, lopper and folding saw.
Get your spring on with a visit to Phipps Conservatory’s annual flower extravaganza.
When fighting fungus on black-eyed Susans, planting more resistant cultivars is a better long-term solution than spraying fungicides.
Expert on natural turf management will speak Tuesday at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.
Students from Bidwell Training Center’s horticulture class bring trees and other greenery to the Home Show.
A Davey tree pruner shows how to do it yourself and when to call in a professional.
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.