Earth Day At Home: Propagate Your Plants In 5 Easy StepsThis Earth Day, bring some green to your space by propagating your plants.
Earth Day At Home: Start Your Own Rooftop CompostNew York City recently suspended its composting program, so now is the time to start your own!
Coronavirus Update: More People Growing 'Victory Gardens' For Food And Stress ReliefDuring times of panic and uncertainty, people like to feel in control of something, and many are seeking that power in food. 
Native Plants At Center Of Long Island's 'Rewilding' MovementA new gardening movement is planting its roots on Long Island. Dozens of families in Port Washington are doing something called "rewilding" to their lawns.
Mother's Day Weekend Perfect For Planting New FlowersLike busy bees, customers weaved through the aisles of flowers at Twin Pond Farm getting ready to make their yards look colorful for the Mother's Day weekend.
With Chill On The Way Tonight, Experts Offer Tips To Save Plants From FrostWhen temperatures drop low, it can seriously damage or kill plants, but there are a few simple steps you can take to prevent it.
Ready, Set, Garden! Experts Say Now Is Prime Time To PlantCBS2’s Cindy Hsu visits Hicks, the oldest and largest nursery on Long Island, for expert advice on how to get the most out of your garden.
Spring Planting Still Couple Weeks AwayHome gardeners are being cautioned to wait until the last killing frost to start planting, but there's prep work that can be done now.
Time To Prepare The Garden For Spring, Experts SayMild temperatures have optimists thinking of spring, but the garden experts say now it is time to think about planting preps.
NYC's Best Gardening Classes To Try This SpringThe education centers, stores, and botanical gardens listed here offer classes in every possible topic related to botany, whether you want to improve your perennials, or learn how to keep your rose bushes from drying out.
Backyard Bouquets: How To Create Beautiful Flower Arrangements At HomeGrabbing a bouquet is just as common as getting the weekly paper -- but you can save money and make your own bouquet straight from the backyard.