Tree Leaves with Chlorosis

Trees and shrubs are valuable elements in both public and private landscapes, and the wise investment of time and careful selection will only inc

storm damaged Bradford Pear

With frequent summer thunderstorms, we should be diligent in scouting for tree

weeds after flame weeder treatment

Judging by the weed pressure in my garden, the growing season is in full force!

knockout rose

Roses have a long and vibrant history and have even been recognized as a status symbol.

Callery Pear Tree

These few weeks in April bring an onslaught of spectacular spring colors from blooming tree and shrub species.

Large Crabgrass

If you're like me, while performing spring clean-up around the yard, you may realize some lawn care is also needed!

Here are some helpful tips for the season:

Tomato and Basil plants growing in a homemade container. Be sure to allow for drainage from any container.

Spring has sprung, the weather is gorgeous, and everyone wants to get outside. However, social distancing measures prevent many of us from being in public spaces. We can’t gather with others, but we still care about our families and our community. What a perfect time to revisit the victory garden and give a whole new meaning to the word VICTORY.

Wicker basket filled with live grass, flowers, and dyed eggs

Food science is so fun! Like overmixing batter to see "tunnels" develop because of gluten. Or turning cream into butter or ice cream. And especially dyeing with food and plant pigments. Pigments are the compounds that make up the colors in food and plants.

Green herbs growing out of plastic tub in home hydroponic system

Hydroponics continues to be a popular topic in the horticulture industry, but usually it is on a very large greenhouse scale.  

Why is it so popular? Well, it's because your plants can grow 30% to 40% faster. And it is just pretty darn cool.

Did you know that you can build a hydroponic system at home?

This particular system you can build is a passive hydroponic system, meaning that nutrients, which are in a fluid solution, are drawn up and absorbed by the growing medium — a wick or some other device — and passed through contact to the roots.