Gardening, no matter how much we enjoy it, is work...
For those readers who are unfamiliar with Hellebore (common name for Helleborus), these lovely plants are one of the first to bloom and can be purchased in an array of colors from white to deep purple which look almost black.
The Mercer County Master Gardeners will sponsor this seminar on Saturday, April 18, 2015 from 9:00 am-12:30 pm at the Penn State Extension Office-Mercer County, 463 N. Perry Highway, Mercer, PA.
Whether it is your first vegetable garden or you have been growing vegetables for 50 years, there are some basic principles that if followed will help make your garden be a success...
Make sure to mark your calendars now. For more specifics, please call the extension office at 724-662-3141 or contact Lou Davis, MG Coordinator, at 724-962-3128.
Shortly after settling into our 25 acre country house, I assumed the immediate challenge of caring for approximately 200 Boxwood.
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.
Upcoming gardening programs you may be interested in attending in Pittsburgh/Slippery Rock area.
The bird “waterer” I wrote about in January has worked well and has been in continuous use since early January.
Check out these websites for planting information.
The first day of spring has arrived after an Arctic cold February and the entrance of March as a lion. However, an early Easter is nipping at their heels. So, our thoughts turn to candy, flowers and decorations.
Late winter, just before bud break is a great time to prune shrubs and trees in our landscapes...
The Franklin County Master Gardeners opened the greenhouse and planted milkweed seeds for their Monarchs Need Milkweed Project.
The Franklin County Master Gardeners opening of the greenhouse is for preparation of seeding plants for the Greenhouse Sale on May 9 and16.
The Franklin County Master Gardeners opening of the greenhouse is for preparation of seeding plants for the Greenhouse Sale on May 9 and 16.
There is one familiar furry resident in your home landscape which does tremendous damage in the winter months, but it’s not the famous Phil from Punxsutawney...
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.