Seen At 11: Struggling To Get Through The Cold Weather? Experts Say Get A PlantExperts 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.
Are Changing Leaves A Sign Of An Early Fall?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.
Flowers, Plants May Be In Short Supply At Nurseries This SpringYour flowering favorites may be harder to find this spring – not because of blight, but because supply just can’t keep up with demand.
Non-Native Species Of Roaches Found Among High Line PlantsThe 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.
Cops Bust Suspected Grow Farm In Nassau CountyOld Brookville Police and the Nassau County Police Canine Unit responded to a suspicious persons call at the Old Brookville Nurseries on Northern Boulevard.
Seen At 11: Teens Now Getting High On Hallucinogenic FlowersParents beware! Your teenager's next high may not come from a drug purchased on the street, but from one picked in the backyard.
Ask Asa: Preparing For The Loss Of Your GardenAnyone 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.
5 Edible Items To Grow On Your New York Rooftop This SummerIf you are new to gardening, try these low maintenance vegetables and herbs.