Botanical gardens originated from European medieval “physics gardens” where herbs were grown for medicinal use.
Garden columnist Janice Peterson dissects four myths about the legendary Johnny Appleseed.
Among the most popular plants: Floating strawberries. A giant red brain with leaves. And a flower that looks like Sideshow Bob.
Follow these tips to avoid wasting time pulling weeds.
Guest garden columnist Patrea Wilson offers some tips and tricks for growing elephant ears, one of the oldest cultivated crops on Earth.
How do you support your tomatoes? Garden columnist Janice Peterson offers three methods, including one you might not have heard of.
The rash from this poisonous plant often is confused with poison ivy, garden columnist Janice Peterson writes.
Garden columnist Janice Peterson is excited—and on edge—about being on the 2015 Rotary Botanical Gardens Home Garden Tour.
One of Janice Peterson's favorite tasks this time of year is edging her flower and shrub beds. This activity makes your yard look nice—and can make you feel nice, too.
Do you start your own seeds? Do you like saving cash on plants? Did you grow Impatiens last year? If you answered "Yes" to any of those questions, then this column is for you.
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