Gardening


Gardening Q&A: Houseplants get sunburn if they're set out too quickly

When moving houseplants outdoors, avoid sunburn by gradually increasing exposure over 10-14 days.

3 days ago


 Asparagus is purchased at the Ridgeview Acres Farm stand May 14, the opening day of the farmers market in Market Square.

Enjoy Pennsylvania asparagus all year round with these recipes

With these make-ahead recipes, you, too, can extend your enjoyment, whatever the weather.

6 days ago


Home/Garden Notes: Bonsai and Herb Societies host spring shows

Herbs and bonsai trees are front and center in local show and sale.

1 week ago


Gardening Q&A: Timing is the key

Once fruit trees bloom, it’s too late for dormant oil application. Also, can you reuse grass seed leftover from the fall?

1 week ago


 A Monarch butterfly rests on a purple coneflower (Echinacea angustifolia).

Butterflies don't like butterfly bush all that much

No butterflies use butterfly bush as a host plant and it's also very invasive, experts say.

2 weeks ago


Worms get compost exchange off the ground

Getting Shadyside Worms off the ground means showing creepy crawlers in the best light.

2 weeks ago


 Benary’s Giant zinnia.

Gardening: Best bloomers in demonstration gardens

If you have at least 6 hours of sunlight a day, these annuals will make your garden great in 2015.

3 weeks ago


 Keukenhof in Holland displays over 7 million bulbs and is only open for eight weeks when the spring flowers are at their peak. Here, two rows of hyacinths and a row of daffodils bloom, while late tulips are next.

Spring visit to Keukenhof's gardens exceeds all expectations

Keukenhof is a gardener's paradise, a place to spend at least one full day, with beds massed with the same flowers.

3 weeks ago



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