The Rochester Garden & Flower Club annual tour is July 21 and features some stunning showcases of local gardens.
Flowers aren’t the only beautiful option for your pots and garden. Edible plants, including many vegetables, are becoming mainstays in the modern landscape.
This quick and easy DIY is a cute way to display some punchy plant color without shelling out big bucks for large flower planters.
Consuming only locally grown food is a way to inject money into the local economy, support small farmers and reduce the pollution associated with shipping foods from such far flung places.
The farming community is paying more attention to the soil, and for good reason. Healthier soil creates healthier (and more nutritious) crops.
Even if you don’t have a green thumb, you can enjoy fresh local produce all summer long by joining a CSA program.
Learn more about composting and local organizations partnering to help each area youth and create compost.