Icy temperatures in the Mid-Atlantic region could bring good news for gardeners.
Spring is almost here and there is no better way to enjoy the beauty of the season than by experiencing the various blooms featured in and around Baltimore. Local gardens, conservatories and arboretums offer an endless variety of plants and flowers for your viewing pleasure. After a long winter, spring flowers are the perfect way to add a little pop of color to your day.
Autumn days may be full of falling leaves and crisp weather, but it is also a time to prep your lawn for winter.
Mukti Raj Gurung’s last memory of his childhood home in Bhutan is a field of rice, ready to be picked. But his family never got to reap the harvest.
More than a dozen gardens in several cities across the United States help refugees grow new roots.
It started in the 1920s thanks to local petroleum executive John W. Sherwood. Now there’s dogwoods, magnolias and of course tulips–thousands of them. Sherwood Gardens is blooming earlier this year thanks to Baltimore’s balmy winter and spring.
Maryland farmers are offering homeowners tips on bay-friendly backyard gardening practices.
A garden in Baltimore’s Cherry Hill neighborhood is one of more than 150 nationwide that are receiving grants to help bring fruits and vegetables to what federal agriculture officials say are “food deserts.”
Spring is here and so is a Baltimore tradition that has been around for a century: Flower Mart.
Taming Mother Nature for mothers. In Baltimore, volunteers are trying to do just that.
Mother Nature is looking her very best throughout Baltimore’s treasured gardens. We have found your cure to spring fever.