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Purdue University's Allen County Extension is looking for neighborhoods that would like to become greener.
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There are over 300 exhibits and five acres of displays this weekend at the Fryeburg Fairgrounds.
One hundred years of glorious gardens will be celebrated when the world's most famous flower show throws its doors open this week.
With the arrival of warm weather, it is likely that gardeners and yard workers may soon come into contact with snakes.
Solemi Pedraza and her children, Nemiah, 10, and St. Marks, 13, work in their family plot during the North Middle School Garden Festival in Aurora, CO May 18, 2013.
Autumn is a great time to plant trees, shrubs and hardy winter plants, as the soil is neither too dry nor too wet.
A home behind the Willow Tree Garden and Flower Center on Salem Street in Wakefield was damaged in a two-alarm fire early Thursday afternoon.
Can you tell me the name of this plant? The Italian lady who gave it to me told me that "in the old country," they would tie it to the rafters in the house to keep mice from running there.
Alexandria's Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Activities is proposing new community gardens, a fenced-in dog park, new trails and many more amenities to Four Mile Run Park as part of its draft improvement plan.
Eric Whipp, owner of Landscape Technologies, uses native plants and rocks at his home in San Dimas.
Add taking a drink of water straight from the garden hose to the list of traditional activities that it turns out might be hazardous.
The garden of Fran Spearman will be featured on the Keep Smyrna Beautiful's Fifth Annual Garden Tour on Saturday.
A horticultural bent is no prerequisite to the enjoyment of this illuminating special episode of the ABC's stalwart green-thumb program.
I have my hottest colours concentrated in one corner of the garden and the Pieris japonica has been doing an impression of the burning bush for a week or two.