RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Gardening

A collection of news and information related to Gardening published by this site and its partners.

Top Gardening Articles

Displaying items 45-55
  • Hillstown Grange seeks to hold onto town's agricultural roots

    East Hartford may be a city, but a vestige of its rural past is still around. The Hillstown Grange, tucked away in a quiet residential area, still meets regularly and hosts dinners, breakfasts and other events that are open to the public. "Our last...
  • Let us pour some cold water on that California sunshine

    Let us pour some cold water on that California sunshine
    When I woke up this morning, the outside temperature was a brisk 36 degrees, which was not unusual along our chilly lakefront. The calendar said April, but the weather did not remotely resemble spring — a season that seems to last only about a...
  • Free community days at Bethlehem's Burnside Planation

    Free community days at Bethlehem's Burnside Planation
    Explore history in Bethlehem for free Saturday when Historic Bethlehem celebrate Community Day at Burnside Plantation. From 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. take a tour guided by colonial docents of the barns and farmhouse of the plantation, which was built 1747,...
  • April gardening calendar

    April gardening calendar
      Almanac Average temperature: High 83, Low 60 Rainfall: 2.42 inches The moon 1. Moon phases: •Full moon April 4 •Last quarter April 11 •New moon April 18 •First quarter April 25 2. Moon sign planting dates:...
  • Florida travel calendar for May

    Florida travel calendar for May
    Check out festivals and events in May across the state. This list is organized by region. Central Florida (including Orlando, Kissimmee, Daytona Beach, Sanford, the Space Coast, Lakeland/Polk and Lake County) May 1: Jazz Friday at Foosaner Museum...
  • Women recovering from drug addiction find solace in gardening

    Women recovering from drug addiction find solace in gardening
    Blooming flowers will soon start to decorate and give color to a garden at the Women's Residential Services center in Vernon Hills thanks to a gift from members of the Lincolnshire Garden Club. Last year, the club's 60 members chose the Lake County...
  • Girls Scouts dig into Community Garden project

    Girls Scouts dig into Community Garden project
    Mercedes Burgos is teaching her daughter Celestina Diaz, 11, that raising your own vegetables can be fun and delicious. In addition to tending the large backyard garden with her family, Diaz also recently traveled with her Girl Scout troop to set plants...
  • Guerrilla gardener's work makes breakfast a pleasant meal

    Guerrilla gardener's work makes breakfast a pleasant meal
    All I wanted was to find was a peaceful spot outside to eat breakfast. As it turned out, I found so much more. My granddaughter Trillian had spent the night at our house and in the morning, I needed to drive her to her preschool in Winter Garden. It's...
  • Master Gardeners invite you to become one and help grow more green thumbs

    Master Gardeners invite you to become one and help grow more green thumbs
    Master Gardeners spend hours in the classroom and in the field learning about good and bad bugs, pollinator-beneficial plants and water-wise gardening, just to name a few topics. Then, they spend even more hours planning workshops, consulting on the...
  • Southern armyworms feeding on corn plants

    Southern armyworms feeding on corn plants
    Question: Our corn plants are being chewed by something. It seems to happen overnight. What can we do? Answer: Southern armyworms, the larva stage of a moth, are out in force this spring. It appears they are very active feeding on the leaf blades at...
  • Rodale Institute brings organic gardens to Allentown

    Rodale Institute brings organic gardens to Allentown
    Behind Allentown's oldest home, a revolutionary idea is sprouting. Growing towers, a way to vertically raise organic vegetables and fruits, have been erected on a sunny spot in the yard of the historic Trout Hall at Fifth and Hamilton streets. Those...