Pernennial Plant Association names just one garden plant as its Perennial Plant of the Year. Past winners include super-stars like David phlox, Becky Shasta daisy, Moonbeam coreopsis, Rozanne geranium and Jack Frost Siberian bugloss.
While wandering in my yard in early September, I happened upon this pretty little caterpillar. I had no idea what kind it was, and after inquiring with Penn State’s Entomology Department, I found out that...
Bring back yesteryear with new versions of old standards. Grandma’s garden was always a happy place to be during the summer months. The thought of it brings up wonderful memories and great experiences.
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How trendy is your garden? Are you planning to eat local, grow local and be sustainable? Here are the hot trends for you to consider when planning the garden for the coming year.
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