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After a tough winter, first figs are Italian immigrants’ reward for hard work and preserving Old World garden traditions.
Chicory and Queen Anne’s Lace are beautiful companions by the roadside, but these wildflowers also have many other good qualities.
More than vegetables and herbs grow in Light of Life Rescue Mission’s garden.
If you love waterways and native cattails, sedges and bulrushes, you’ll get rid of purple loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria) and its cultivars.
Water lily cultivator who has created beautiful hybrids for 60 years will open his home for a fundraiser.
Retired teacher constructs winning garden and hardscape without spending big.
Impatiens lovers: You can’t wait out downy mildew. Time to try other shade-loving annuals and perennials.
Summer’s a busy time around the Louvre, for rats as well as tourists.
Garden in the Parks offers a look at Allegheny County demonstration gardens and a taste of garlic, basil, tomatoes and ice cream.
The first African-American female gardening club in town celebrates nearly 75 years of bringing together women to garden and socialize.
Naturalist Bill Paxton depicts not just the anatomy but a bit of the soul of plants in exhibition at Phipps Garden Center in Shadyside.
Holes in sweetbay magnolia leaves are probably the work of yellow poplar weevils. The good news is that the damage is mostly cosmetic.