Offering almost endless variety and near-instant gratification, annuals are the heroes of the flower garden. Most are easy to grow from seed or seedlings, making them perfect for beginners. Whichever ...
Hello and welcome to Attack of the Killer Thumbs! Hello, my loves! November has arrived! Autumn is coasting inexorably into ...
Annuals and perennials both offer beautiful blooms in a vast array of colors, shapes sizes and scents. One difference between annuals and perennials is that annuals can grow in most climates ...
Perennial rice isn’t a cure-all. But researchers say it can help growers do less work and spend less money, while also ...
Black-eyed Susans, also known as rudbeckias, Gloriosa daisies, and coneflowers, are a popular variety of flower thanks to ...
Global climate-change-induced extreme droughts are increasing in grasslands worldwide. Severe droughts not only reduce ...
Impatiens, begonias, and others benefited from ideal weather conditions, with both trial managers and open house attendees flagging their favorites.
Nadie VanZandt is a UVM Extension Master Gardener from Panton. Before taking a rest from gardening for the season, have you ...
As to the latter, I am thinking, above all, of the rose, which is technically not perennial (i.e., herbaceous) but deciduous ...
If temperatures drop to 32 degrees, some plants can get frost damage to their leaves. A hard freeze is more threatening.
The fourth week of November is when attention can shift from the garden to indoor plants and holiday decorating. There is ...