The winter has been a tyrant this season so you might be surprised to hear the tulips are expected to be beautiful this year.
Experts say the winter is the best time to reap the benefits of house plants, when the days are shorter and we’re cooped up inside.
Colorful leaves are synonymous with fall and a highlight of the season, but when people see leaves changing and dropping in mid-August it’s cause for concern.
Your flowering favorites may be harder to find this spring – not because of blight, but because supply just can’t keep up with demand.
The High Line Park is known for is the beautiful plants – many of them not native to New York City — but apparently, unbeknownst to anyone who unboxed and planted the plants, some of them brought along a new strain of cockroach.
Old Brookville Police and the Nassau County Police Canine Unit responded to a suspicious persons call at the Old Brookville Nurseries on Northern Boulevard.
Parents beware! Your teenager’s next high may not come from a drug purchased on the street, but from one picked in the backyard.
Anyone who has a garden understands the expenses that are involved with making it look good; trees, plants, and shrubs cost thousands of dollars. But according to CBS 2’s Asa Aarons, many homeowners are not prepared for the loss of their gardens.
If you are new to gardening, try these low maintenance vegetables and herbs.
Mother’s Day is this weekend and if you haven’t bought mom that perfect present yet, you still have some time.
In Sparta Township, the steady spring snowfall meant several more inches of snow on grassy surfaces and driveways. This snow system brought about nine inches there.