A lot of what we weed from our lawns and gardens aren’t weeds – they are edible plants!
Grow Astragalus, Bee Balm, Black-eyed Susan, Comfrey, Day Lily, Echinacea and Hyssop easily
They’re beautiful, big, bold banana plants and they can look great in your garden!
Pruning your tomato plants can maximize the size and flavor of your tomatoes!
Creating an indoor greenhouse provides a good environment for seeds to sprout and plants to grow.
Pests can ruin your garden, but how can you protect your plants without using harsh chemicals?
Some of the valley’s best and most beautiful gardens are opening up this weekend for you!
You can have veggies all summer long with our tips!
Compostable food scraps are one of the best and readily available sources of organic materials for home composting.
Durocher Florist in West Springfield are known for their flowers
With more than 1000 different colors, varieties, and shapes to choose from, bare root roses can be an overwhelming flower to shop for.
Keep your home looking great all summer with hanging baskets!
Get out and explore the beauty of Smith College’s Botanic Garden!
Specimen plants serve as a focal point in landscape design.
If you got hanging plants for Mothers’ Day, you can make them last for awhile!
Help feed the hungry by helping them grow!
Growing degree day accumulations involve the amount of accumulated heat required for insects and their host plants to flourish.
If you’re thinking about starting a garden, it’s best to come up with a plan before you begin so you can grow the best garden you can!
You don’t need to wait for the ground to thaw before starting your own herb garden.
From Spanish, Yellow, Pearl, Red, there are many different types of onions, but how do you know which one you to use?