Memory fades and plants get lost without a record of what’s happened. Our Blowing Rocket article extols the benefits of keeping records of your garden activities.
Gardens and Management
Reaching for garden chemicals implies accepting responsibility for their proper use. Here are some basic points to follow when you decide to use chemicals in your garden –published in the Blowing Rocket.
North Carolina gardeners face some tough challenges and Don Lee may head up one of the best group of gardeners in our state. You can read the entire story online at the Blowing Rocket.
Landscape designer Claudia West believes the future of nature resides in landscapes we manage. In my recent interview Claudia explains how to take cues from natural environments and create dense, layered designs in your garden.
The USDA has good news for gardeners. Dr. Steve McNulty shares what weather we might expect for the 2017 gardening season.
It’s time to collect seeds from your garden. Dr. Liz Riley shares tips for successful collecting, cleaning, and storing seeds for next season on the Triangle Gardener podcast.
Durham, North Carolina is experiencing a boom. Buildings and urban agriculture are growing side by side. I meet a bee keeper, her musical bees, and some of the people who are leading the way.
Planting fall vegetables is more fun with the right tools. The Gardener’s Hollow Leg, a water-resistant, recycled polyester bag is one of those tools. I put it to the test and share my experience.