The last two winters have been really hard on our plants and gardens, and the harsh cold has come as a shock to many of the items we like to have traditionally grown in southwestern Pennsylvania.
Most planting is done earlier, but you can still find lots of hearty bulbs that are perfect for planting in the spring.
Any gardener worth his or her salt can tell you which critters do the most damage.
Unusually cold temperatures took a toll on our plants.
Indoors or outdoors, there are many ways to grow your own fresh herbs. Take advantage of the early Spring weather and start planting your garden today.
The heat and humidity didn’t stop some kids from working out in the garden today. The children took part in an event to promote healthy eating and exercise.
Are you considering growing your own vegetables to save money and eat healthier? Growing a garden takes some advanced planning, as well as a great deal of time, patience and effort. Utilize these 10 helpful tips to prepare your garden and make it flourish.
We’ve enjoyed some warmer weather recently, and all the garden stores and greenhouses are filling up with plants.
Despite its green reputation, is composting more costly than it’s worth?
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette’s “Garden Guru” Doug Oster is looking for people with black and gold themed gardens for his new book. “The Steel City Garden: Creating A One Of A Kind Garden In Black And Gold”.
Dana Launius and Maria Graziani are co-owners of Healcrest Urban Farm in Garfield. Organic herbs and fruit from the site of a long abandoned strip mine are blended in their herbal tea.
Autumn days may be full of falling leaves and crisp weather, but it is also a time to prep your lawn for winter.
Little brown spots are popping up on houses and cars around the area, but it’s not the work of vandals. It could actually be coming from your mulch beds.
Nothing says spring is on the way like the annual home and garden show at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center.
Last year, gardeners were faced with late-season tomato blight, a fungus that destroyed the fruits of their labor. This year, all the rain is bringing a different kind of tomato fungus.