The Penn State Master Gardeners of Susquehanna County held their first meeting of 2017 with a little bit of business and a whole lot of pleasure!
Are the seed catalogs revving you up to start planting? You don't have to wait. Get a jump start with sowing seeds right now in winter!
The Penn State Master Gardeners of Susquehanna County are hosting several educational, hands on gardening classes beginning in the spring and continuing through the fall!
Learn the basics from the Franklin County Beekeepers’ Association in this 5 session course – bee biology, health, colony management, equipment and more.
As the days get longer, why isn't it getting warmer? Winter is a chance to explore your local areas and see a different landscape.
One of the marvels of landscaping is the perennial border. It's the poster child for a traditional English cottage look. In my imagination, tiny front yards are converted to ever blooming floral oases with a cobblestone path that leads one through the garden to the front door of a thatch roof cottage.
What can gardeners do in the middle of January? Attend the annual Garden Sense Symposium presented by the Penn State Master Gardeners of Clinton County. It’s a perfect opportunity to cast off the winter blues and delve into learning, planning, and preparing for the growing season.
This year's Garden and Landscape Symposium and Marketplace will be April 29th 2017.
My daughter once said, “I’m so glad you are a gardener, Mom, because I can always find gifts for you.” It’s true that there are many garden-related items readily available in stores and catalogs. Usually, gardeners are easy to please and love to try something new.
Colorful flowers can be yours throughout the winter if you act now.
Schools and youth organizations in Montgomery County, PA incorporating horticulture into their curriculum/educational activities are eligible to apply for the 2017 Gardens and Youth Grant.
Nonprofit organizations growing produce in order to help alleviate the hunger crisis in Montgomery County are eligible to apply for the Community Garden Grant.
The Allegheny County Master Gardeners Speaker’s Bureau is a public outreach program dedicated to providing research-based horticultural information to the gardening public including garden clubs, civic groups, local events, nurseries, libraries and schools.
More than 300 people attended an update meeting about the invasive insect, the spotted lanternfly, on October 27, 2016 in Bally, PA.
Annual event for home gardeners features ideas for right-sizing your garden, edibles in the landscape, plants that inspire, and "going native" in your own backyard.
Franklin County Master Gardeners celebrated their achievements from the 2015-16 year. Certificates and badges were awarded for milestone volunteer hours.
More than 200 Monarchs were rescued and released by Franklin County Master Gardeners, relatives, friends and neighbors.
The minimum-security prison in Crawford County houses about 1,200 women. Nearly 140 inmates in the honors unit participate in the garden program.
Franklin County Master Gardeners spent a crisp autumn day talking with more than 100 people at Applefest.
Most of the perennials in the garden are finished blooming and it's time to throw in the towel for the growing season. There is still the desire to restore order and tidiness to the garden by cutting everything down, but should I?