It’s one of Baltimore’s most anticipated springtime events, and it happens on Saturday.
Every week for the last two months, McDaniel College students have been teaming up with Carroll County master gardeners and neighbors near Westminster’s King Park to help transform an eyesore in the park into a thriving wetland.
When chef Jim Hughes tells patrons at his Restaurant 213 that the vegetables and fruits on his menu are fresh, he really does mean fresh. Just outside his restaurant door is his garden, a 10- by 100-foot strip of fruits and vegetables grown in a raised bed next to asphalt and concrete.
Debra Hurley, 41, founded the Little Garden of Eden off Bowmans Farm Road in Frederick as a way to encourage sensible eating and personal growth in members of On Our Own, a statewide support group for people with psychiatric illness.
Horticulturalists from Magnolia Plantation and Gardens in South Carolina are traveling to Washington to take cuttings from rare azaleas at the National Arboretum to share with gardens around the country.
Maryland’s first lady, Katie O’Malley, is opening a backyard vegetable garden at the governor’s house in Annapolis.
Peace on Baltimore streets. That’s what residents of Waverly want as they planted a garden Friday in memory of a young woman shot to death more than two months ago.
It’s a gardening competition worthy of a generous cash prize, but it’s not about the money.
A memorial garden maintained by special education students at Wicomico High is soon to be joined by more extensive landscaping.
Lin Moore may only have a quarter-acre of property on the edge of Westminster, but her love of birds has led her to hang more than a dozen bird feeders in five different stations around her property.