Latest from Mark's Garden
There may be more to those roses than meets the eye – each color the romantic flower comes in, has a special meaning.
Gardens can be great training grounds for fitness buffs.
Hanging baskets may be small, but they can really make a garden pop, or add just the right burst of color to an otherwise drab area.
Summer bulbs take over when the ephemeral bulbs of spring pass on.
An estimated 54 million lawns are cut -- every week during the spring and summer.
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Other Gardening News
I have no doubt that my friend Jessie's daughters will be gardeners. Why? Because Jessie's plot in the community food garden is exemplary.
John Matarese shows what you can do if citronella candles aren't getting the job done.
For anyone who has accidentally stepped on an insect and faced the vexing question, "Should I kill it and put it out of its misery?," there is one answer better than the others.
The Latest Food News
Is sweet corn on your menu this Memorial day? Why not try grilling or roasting it? Let's Dish host Chris Koetke says charring the husk adds wonderful layers of flavor. Here is his twist on the summer favorite.
After nearly 21 years in business, a longtime restaurant in downtown Cleveland will close its doors this summer.
The California auto market seems to operate at two levels: green and luxurious.
Ford Motor Company and SunPower Corporation have teamed up to offer a rooftop solar system for Focus Electric Owners.