Wednesday, March 20, 2019
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Find out where all new plant biomass — the leaves, stems and blossoms — originates during springtime.

Boxwood blight has been found in Michigan, in three separate locations: a landscape firm, a homeowner’s yard and in holiday wreaths at a retail store.

Most plants are growing faster, but they have on average more starch, less protein and fewer key vitamins in them.

While some perennials need cut back in the fall, others add to your winter landscape, provide food for birds and shelter beneficial insects.

A team of researchers in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences has found that invasive plants are increasing with natural gas development.

Keeping a watchful eye on your garden throughout the season helps you detect plant problems early, and apply effective solutions before it’s too late.

Learn more about how to choose the right house plant for you.

Although lighting is the most important factor for a healthy herb garden, humidity, temperature, fertilizer, pots, soil and water all play important roles.

Deicing salts can damage landscape plants when excessive amounts accumulate in the soil. The most serious damage typically occurs near major streets.

The garden may look bare and dreary, but winter is nature’s time to rest. Nurture nature with these seven tips to protect plants and enrich soil overwinter.
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