The Pittsburgh Redbud Project continues to plant and maintain native trees along the city’s riverfronts for a bloom of spring color.
Landscape designer Larry Weaner suggests choosing plants that outcompete weeds, then cutting down the leafy invaders before they set seed.
Over thousands of years, native trees have evolved to adjust to the soil and seasonal variations in rainfall and temperature of our region.
A springtime woodlands coming to life is the theme of the Spring Flower Show at Phipps Conservatory and Botanical Gardens in Oakland.
The Home Show continues, Kid Koala hits town, Celtic troubadour Keith Harkin performs, and the annual orchid show springs to life.
Horticulture students displayed their concept “No Place Like Home” on the second floor of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
Buy, learn about, even repot orchids at the annual show by the Orchid Society of Western Pennsylvania on March 18-19 in Shadyside.
Boyce Thompson returns to the home show with Top 10 Life-Changing New Products ranging from a wearable baby monitor to a super smart oven.
Pittsburgh Dad, Renegade and backyard gardeners and the CAPA House Band are among the people you will see and hear at the Home & Garden
Before you sell that family portrait or grandma’s china, it's a great idea to learn what it could potentially sell for in the marketplace.
The 36th annual Duquesne Light Pittsburgh Home & Garden Show runs March 10-19 at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown.
Enter to win a nonstop, round-trip flight from Pittsburgh to Paris, compliments of Delta Air Lines and Fly Pittsburgh.