The White House Kitchen Garden hosted the 2014 Spring Planting Event, another opportunity for kids and adults to learn about community gardening.
The Steel City Garden: Creating a One-of-a-Kind Garden in Black and Gold was written by Doug Oster and published by St. Lynn’s Press.
Indoor Plant Décor: The Design Stylebook for Houseplants is a colorful garden book for people who grow plants inside their home, written by Kylee Baumle and Jenny Peterson.
All-America Selections named winners over the years have evolved into a reliable list of plants for home gardeners to try in their own backyards. The Mountain/Southwest region is a new category at AAS.
Plant expert, Melinda Myers wrote Midwest Gardener’s Handbook for people who want to grow plants and live in the central northern section of the United States.
Aphids and plants engage in chemical warfare in this predator-prey relationship when the tiny insects feed on garden plants.
Master Gardeners are a group of volunteers who have studied horticultural and agricultural subjects from their university-extension to share sound gardening practices with their communities.
Bio-technology results in chemical-resistant plants. Stronger invasive species may change the way we handle plants in gardens and elsewhere.
Horticultural expert, Melinda Myers, helps you choose plants with her book titled Minnesota & Wisconsin Getting Started Garden Guide. How helpful is this beginner’s gardening guidebook?
The Outdoor Living Extravaganza is in February, at various locations. What better time to hear plant experts’ gardening tips for the Spring to come?