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Growing Asparagus in the Home Garden - Articles Articles
Asparagus is a long-lived, perennial vegetable. Find out how to get an asparagus bed established in your home garden. More
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Growing Edible Greens - Articles Articles

Growing Edible Greens

Harriett Perez

This article discuses types of lettuce and other greens, such as kale and chard, that should be planted in early spring. More
Photo credit: Landis Valley Village and Farm Museum
Hardening Transplants - Articles Articles

Hardening Transplants

Lois Miklas

Tender young plants from a garden center or grown at home need to “harden” before they are placed outside in spring. Find out how to help them adjust from an indoor to an outdoor environment. More
Jelena Witch hazel
Witch Hazels: A Promise That Spring is on the Way - Articles Articles
Witch hazels provide fragrance and floral impact to the garden. More
Japanese primrose in a woodland setting
Pick a Primrose For a Pop of Perfection - Articles Articles
Spring flowering primroses are ideal in moist, semi-shady locations. More
Mealybugs. Photo credit: Scot Nelson Public Domain
Pest and Disease Problems of Indoor Plants - Articles Articles
Plants can brighten our indoor spaces. Find out more about common pests and diseases of indoor plants and how to combat them. More
Photo credit: Holly List
Petscaping: Creating a Pet-Friendly Garden - Articles Articles
You can have a garden that is both beautiful and a safe haven for pets. This article outlines steps for a pet-friendly garden. More
Photo credit: Steve Williams
How Too Much Rain Affects Your Garden - Articles Articles
Extreme weather can be detrimental to your flower and vegetable gardens. This article looks at how excessive moisture and other extremes affect plants and what you can do about it. More
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Snowdrops - Articles Articles

Snowdrops

Martha Murdock

Snowdrops are one of the first flowers to emerge in late winter. Learn more about the origin and care of this popular bulb. More
Photo credit: Lorraine Volk-Wallace
Winter Checklist for Garden Activities - Articles Articles
Even in winter, indoor and outdoor plants, shrubs and trees require our attention. Follow this checklist to keep on target with plant care throughout the winter. More
Adult spotted lanternflies. Photo Credit: E. Smyers
Control de la Mosca Linterna con Manchas para el Público en General - Articles Articles

Control de la Mosca Linterna con Manchas para el Público en General

Heather L Leach, Dave Biddinger, Ph.D., Grzegorz (Greg) Krawczyk, Ph.D.

Las MLM son una plaga invasora destructiva que amenaza la agricultura, la industria maderera y ornamental y las plantas de jardín. More
There are many benefits to having houseplants
Have A Green Winter - Articles Articles

Have A Green Winter

Shirley Lindsay

There are many benefits to having houseplants, winter or summer. More
Photo credit: Laurie Collins
Anise Hyssop for the Perennial Garden - Articles Articles
Anise hyssop has been named the 2019 Herb of the Year™ by the International Herb Association. Learn about the characteristics and uses of this appealing native plant. More
Brown marmorated stink bug, Photo credit: David R. Lance, USDA APHIS PPQ,
What's Bugging You? - Articles Articles

What's Bugging You?

Mary Reefer

Master Gardeners often field questions about indoor, as well as outdoor pests. Here are descriptions of insects and insect-like pest that can invade the home and what it do about them. More
Photo credit: Chris Events, University of Illinois, Bugwood.org
Controlling Japanese Stiltgrass in Your Garden - Articles Articles
More and more gardeners are finding that Japanese stiltgrass is overtaking their landscape beds and lawns. This article explains what it is, why it is increasing so fast, and how to control its spread. More
Insects on Real Christmas Trees
Insects on Real Christmas Trees - Articles Articles

Insects on Real Christmas Trees

Michael J. Skvarla

Most real Christmas trees are free of insects and other arthropods. However, it is possible that some trees may harbor one or more species. More
Salticus scenicus female. Photo by Steven Jacobs, Penn State Extension
Zebra Jumper - Articles Articles

Zebra Jumper

Steve Jacobs

This spider, originally from Europe and Asia, is found sporadically from Nova Scotia to British Columbia, south to Georgia, and westward to Colorado. More
Argiope aurantia on web showing stabilimentum. Photo by Deisy Mendoza, WikiMedia
Yellow Garden Spider - Articles Articles

Yellow Garden Spider

Steve Jacobs

Yellow garden spiders are seen in gardens, tall weeds, and sunny areas with bushes and other supporting structures on which they build their large orb webs. More
Micrathena gracilis female
Spined Micrathena - Articles Articles

Spined Micrathena

Steve Jacobs

This small spider is commonly encountered in wooded locations, including landscaped residential and suburban locales. More
Dysdera crocata female. Photo by Steven Jacobs, Penn State Extension
Woodlouse Hunter Spider - Articles Articles

Woodlouse Hunter Spider

Steve Jacobs

The woodlouse hunter spider preys on pill bugs or sow bugs (order Isopoda) and derives its common name from the British common name for these crustaceans. More
Photo credit: Margaret Stoddard
Enjoying Paperwhite Narcissus in Winter - Articles Articles
Paperwhite narcissus bulbs bloom easily indoors and do not require a cold season before blooming. Read on to discover multiple growing and display options for paperwhite narcissus. More
Winterberry holly Photo: Mike Masiuk, Penn State
Why Doesn't My Holly Have Berries? - Articles Articles
Lack of berries on holly is a common concern for home gardeners. This article identifies some of the reasons and possible solutions. More
Poinsettia ‘Ice Crystals’ Penn State Extension Master Gardener Program
Poinsettia and Christmas Cactus Care - Articles Articles
This article gives advice for prolonging the life and blooms of two popular holiday houseplants. More
Photo credit: Lois Miklas
Overwintering Plants in Containers - Articles Articles
Many perennial and evergreen plants in containers can survive the winter, if you take precautions to protect them. More
Plants left standing provide homes for pollinators and add winter interest to your garden. Photo credit: Connie Schmotzer
Fall Garden Care for Pollinators - Articles Articles
This article discusses the beneficial pollinators that overwinter in the garden and best practices for providing habitat for them. More
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