Start this spring to renovate or improve your weather-worn lawn. Remember that water is critical to get newly seeded and sodded lawns to survive. So be prepared to help nature along with the recovery effort
Join the millions of seasoned gardeners who already know the satisfaction of picking a perfect tomato at its peak, serving up salads from greens just grown right outside the back door, or harvesting home-grown peppers and specialty herbs never even seen at the grocery store
Earlier last month I found out about the City of Chicago's "Chicago Green Office Challenge," designed to engage the City of Chicago's business community and encourage them to consider what they could do to operate in a more environmentally conscious
"Gardens by the Bay" is one of the latest tourism attraction in Singapore that has won the world over with its state-of-the-art conservatory facilities which houses plant species from every continent of the world.
Singapore's famous Botanic Garden houses the most beatiful and exotic plants and greenery found in South East Asia which British Royal Couple Prince visited few months ago. This article talks about how the garden began and its transformation.
The Atlanta-based Movement for Marijuana Legalization officially launches its legalization campaign in Atlanta: M4ML begins a fact-based discussion about marijuana policy reform and regulation tailored for the South
There’s still time for a second season of gardening. Many of us think of vegetable gardens as something to be started in spring for a summer harvest—truly savvy gardeners know that mid to end of summer is a great time to plant cool weather crops for fall harvest
If you are looking for a great place to grab a bite to eat, complete with warm atmosphere and eco-conscious practices, look no further than Uncommon Ground, with it’s two Chicago locations: 1401 W. Devon Avenue (Edgewater) and 3800 N. Clark St. ...
I’ve had several questions about Christmas trees lately. There are basically three choices for Christmas trees – 1) artificial, 2) cut and 3) living trees for planting outdoors after the holidays. There are pros and cons of each choice