Stay in the gardening spirit during the winter months... and start planning!
Franklin Co. Master Gardener Miniature 'Fairy' Garden Workshop brings participants out despite the weather.
If you enjoy eating blueberries, consider growing your own...
Join the Master Gardeners of Susquehanna County at their Spring Garden Day. Presentations including fruit trees, day lilies, and season extenders are just a few of the many educational topics that will be discussed.
When should I prune? How should I prune? Where should I prune? Why and why not prune? These and other pruning questions will be demonstrated on common trees and shrubs.
We know these extreme cold temperatures, snow and ice have caused school closures, frozen pipes, and frostbite for exposed skin, but what about the trees and shrubs in our landscapes?
If you want to learn all about growing delicious herbs or want to attract VIPs (Very Important Pollinators) to your garden, these are the workshops for you!
Join the Fayette County Master Gardeners as they host the Spring Garden Affair gardening seminar at Laurel Business Institute in Uniontown, PA on March 28, 2015.
“Anyone who thinks that gardening begins in the spring and ends in the fall is missing the best part of the whole year. For gardening begins in January with the dream.”
Penn State Cooperative Extension in Lackawanna County will be offering the Master Gardener Training Program for the spring...
Join us at the Delaware County Master Gardeners' 19th Annual Home Gardeners' School for outstanding expert speakers, great gardening and plant marketplace, silent auction, and Master Gardener HortLine Live.
One, if not the biggest time for cut-flowers is approaching quickly- Valentine’s Day...
Winter is the perfect time to scout for several of the most devastating pests of eastern trees...
Last year the Penn State Master Gardeners of Erie county organized a tree scavenger hunt for the residents of the county. Master Gardeners identified and selected 15 trees that were unique in some way and with the help of some fun clues, participants enjoyed searching the city and countryside for the plants.
The short days, gray skies, howling, biting winds, snow, and ice are all around us...
Small Bug, Big Appetite
When it comes to creating a sense of hopeful expectation there is not much in the gardening world that can compare to seeds. It’s fascinating to me that so much can be produced from something so inconspicuous.
Unfrozen water can be harder for birds to find in winter than food. Not only do they need it to drink but also to keep their feathers clean and fluffy.