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If you know an adventurous gardener who likes to cook, let them try growing mushrooms indoors.
Weeping fig thrips are likely reason that leaves on gift tree are curling. The good news is you can see them and get rid of them.
The program, run by Allegheny Grows, provides materials and free advice to neighborhoods outside Pittsburgh.
Now is a good time to think about the components and overall design of your garden because without foliage its structure is visible.
Beech Avenue house features a more subtle, natural take on holiday decorations for the Old Allegheny Victorian Christmas House Tour.
The song “Winter Wonderland” is the theme of Phipps Conservatory’s Winter Flower Show.
Planting a live Christmas tree is a great way to preserve holiday memories -- as long as you have enough room for the eventual 60-foot tree.
Poinsettias are the only plants for indoor color in the winter. This year, try cyclamen.