Katy’s Community Garden will host a grand opening.

The Katy Community Garden at Bridge Church hosted its grand opening on Monday. The garden is a collaborative effort between FARMily, the Katie Grace Foundation, Bridge Church and the Truckee Meadows Boys and Girls Club. A light breakfast and refreshments are provided while the community is invited to walk and explore the garden. The garden … Read more

Home and Garden: Designing Your Garden for Better Mental Health

(StatePoint) Gardening is not just about beautifying the outdoors and producing delicious food. According to those who spend a lot of time in the backyard, getting outside can support your well-being. “Gardening is good for the mind, good for the soul and good for the body,” says legendary football coach Vince Dooley. “I enjoy coming … Read more

Hermosa School students learn hydroponic gardening

RAPID CITY, SD (KEVN) – Running water has become a familiar sound in Todd Gregson’s classroom, where he teaches students about hydroponic gardening. The class began putting the garden together in April, helping to transform the formal school grounds into a peaceful space for students to enjoy. “It’s a great place for kids to come … Read more

This 35-year-old made 6-figures about gardening and teaching plants in San Diego.

Kevin Espiritu doesn’t believe he has a green thumb. Anyone can learn how to garden with the right tips and tools. Espiritu is the founder and CEO of Epic Gardening. It’s a one-stop shop for many plant lovers, from those who want to perfect their tomatoes to those who want to keep the latest houseplants … Read more

Pasadena Garden’s ‘Autumn’-Inspired Festal Flowers

What to know Autumn in the Garden at Arlington Gardens Sunday, September 25 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.; Guests can enjoy live music, delicious pumpkin pies and beverages for purchase. Tickets start at $55 Every day is a real and inspiring day at Arlington Gardens in Pasadena. Nestled on the northwest corner of Pasadena Avenue … Read more

Planning is the first step to a bountiful garden.

The cottonwood is turning to gold, reminding us that fall is here. Is gardening over for the year? Not by a long shot! Fall is a great time to start a garden or make changes to an existing one. But if there’s one thing I’ve learned in my 35 years of gardening in Kodiak, it’s … Read more

Increase your knowledge

The Virginia Symposium Garden Club brings together experts on all things botanical. Françoise Weeks’ fodder couture and Robert Llewellyn’s unusual microphotography – all savor plant-inspired eye candy. Both were featured at the Garden Club of Virginia Symposium 2022; Increase your knowledge, September 20-21, at the Science Museum of Virginia in Richmond. Free and ticketed programs … Read more

Columbia College students run a garden for a good cause

COLUMBIA – The Columbia College Science Club is giving back to the community by harvesting a garden to donate fresh produce to the local food bank of Central and Northeast Missouri. Project leaders are students Zoe Davis, Science Club President, and Science Club Treasurer Christine Kelly. Davis said they started planning the garden in July, … Read more

How to do eco-friendly gardening in the fall, according to UVM Extension Master Gardener

Although perennials such as black-eyed Susans can be pruned for a landscaped garden in the fall, they hold the snow so they provide visual interest and food for birds during the winter. (Photo: Bonnie Kieran Donahue) Bonnie Kieran Donahue It’s September, and for many gardeners, that means it’s time for year-end garden maintenance. This includes … Read more