New Gardener: Tomatoes still growing strong and planning for the fall
Tomatoes are still going strong in October for the New Gardener, and it’s time to start planning for the fall, but warm weather is causing some delays.
Doug’s mailbag: Butterfly weed, tomato seeds, rose bushes and more
Everybody Gardens editor Doug Oster answers questions about butterfly weed, saving tomato seeds, winterizing rose bushes and more in this week’s mailbag.
Garlic gift inspires young gardener
A gift of garlic inspires a young gardener to carry on a planting legacy.
In the Garden: Rare daffodils, planting garlic and thinning turnip greens
Everybody Gardens editor Doug Oster has is planting rare daffodils from Joe Hamm’s Daffodil Hortus. He’s also working under the dark of the moon, but in daylight to plant garlic cloves. Then Oster is thinning ‘Seven Top’ turnip greens and enjoying the microgreens in a salad.
Doug’s mailbag: Roses, Japanese beetles, planting garlic and more
Everybody Gardens editor Doug Oster answers questions about regrowing roses, treating Japanese beetles, planting garlic and more.
Woolly bear caterpillar says hard winter or mild!
Can woolly bear caterpillars predict the severity of winter?
Doug’s mailbag: Artillery fungus, heliotropes, crown gall and more
Everybody Gardens editor Doug Oster answers questions about mysterious spots, moving a heliotrope, treating crown gall and more.
Garlic donation helps garden at women’s prison
A garlic donation will help out the inmates who care for a garden at the minimum security women’s prison SCI Cambridge Springs in Crawford County.
Compost is the building block of all gardens and the best way to recycle
Compost is the building block for all gardens
Mushrooms and fungi are beautiful
Mushrooms and fungi are beautiful, enjoy them in the garden. They have a wide variety of shapes, sizes and colors.
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