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“A warm day in March can inspire a kind of madness in gardeners. It can cause them to burst out the door, desperate after months cooped up by cold...

“Not everyone has a green thumb or an eye for landscaping. Some people don’t even get to try because they’re so busy. Others watch HGTV...

Compottery is a simple solution for reducing household food waste while growing fresh produce.  This happens through a process called Vermicomposting. What...

During the partial federal shutdown in December and January, news reports showed furloughed government workers standing in line for donated meals. These...

Family-owned farms are decreasing as community gardens and urban agriculture find their footing in a world of food ethics. In Arizona, it is not atypical...

Home-grown vegetables are only as good as their soil and environment. For urban gardeners, that can be a challenge. “In food deserts and other areas...

TEMECULA – City dwellers may once have thought that gardening was a hobby for suburbanites or those living in rural areas. But urban gardening has grown...

The Elizabeth Street Garden’s paved paths meander around a granite balustrade from the early 20th century, limestone lion statues, benches and beds...

1. If it’s getting cold and you have tomatoes still ripening on the vine — save your tomatoes! Pull the plants up and bring them inside to a...

I am jumping on the companion gardening bandwagon with both feet this year. I have experimented with companion planting in small ways in my gardens over...

Houseplants make a wonderful addition to our home’s décor and improve the indoor air quality.  Those with pets, however, may struggle with keeping...

COIMBATORE: A piece of open space reserved (OSR) land near a busy residential area at Thudiyalur, which was overgrown with thorny bushes and stinking...

If you’ve always wanted to start your own herb or vegetable garden but don’t have the yard space or the “green thumb” to pull...

Milwaukee’s past is often seen through the lens of industry and big factories, but “Growing Place: A Visual Study of Urban Farming,” now at MSOE’s...

East Side youth nonprofit Urban Roots will spend 2019 celebrating its 50th anniversary. The urban agriculture organization will kick off celebrations...

Gardening can seem like a daunting task. When do you plant? What should you plant in your area? How can you effectively grow produce? When you start asking...

As part of its growing support for urban agriculture, the Recreation and Park Department plans to launch a new garden resource center in the southeast...

In a world faced with the conundrum of mountains of waste and obesity for some and dire shortages and malnutrition for others, the future of food is...

Some children garden at the knee of their parents or grandparents, and by the time they are young adults and ready to start their own plant adventures,...

Insects are important wildlife often overlooked in urban habitats. What we do notice are the cockroaches, ants, and mosquitoes in and around our homes....