Weeding, fertilizing and water -- chores that come along with gardening. But WDBJ7 talks to the Roanoke Council of Garden Clubs, Inc. for ways to make it all a lot easier.
No matter the season, there are always some plants that bloom well -- and others that keep the deer, mosquitoes and pests away.
Apartment living can sometimes mean expensive rent, and not very much space. But there are ways to grow your own garden and save money.
From the busy moms to avid gardeners, there are many ways anyone can spruce up their lawns this summer.
Gardens can make your lawn look great. But research shows that kind of yard work can make you feel great, too.
Years after fire destroyed an apartment building, a new project is taking root in Roanoke.
It may be too late in the season to even be worried about this, but the garden has been invaded!
Big thanks to Theresa Gawthrop, Barbara Vinal, Anna Hudson and Laura Reilly for their suggestions to my last post about the mystery plant. Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like any of the guesses were correct.
If you are a fan of picking up fresh tomatoes at a local farmers market, you may find higher prices and less selection late this summer and early fall.
If you travel Route 122 near Moneta, you've probably seen it, a living landmark of sorts by the side of the road. And it won't be around a whole lot longer.
For the last several weeks, the garden has been producing a lot of zucchinis. While nothing else is ready to pick just yet, there are several new additions to the garden.
It's been a tough summer to be a farmer. Especially if your crop is grapes.
There is a mystery plant growing the WDBJ7 Hometown Garden. No one at the station can seem to figure out what it is.
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