Toledo Botanical Garden volunteer Elsa Nadler transplants ironweed seedlings into a growing medium at the garden. Ironweed, a majestic plant native of the Oak Openings region, sports purple flowers and is a welcome stop for hummingbirds and
It will take a few months to be warm enough to plant, but you can plan now.
Don’t tug on branches to pull them free; you never know what you are going to pull down.
We have truly had a wacky late winter, and it has confused some of your early-blooming plants.
Toledo Grows conducts swap meet at Scott High School.
Samples from seed collections around the world added to repository.
Event scheduled for Saturday at Scott High School.
Did you notice your iris poking out of the mulch? I have a patch of crocus that thinks it is almost spring and is starting to sprout. This wacky winter weather has really tricked these winter-hardy perennials into thinking it is time to wake up. But
So the darn groundhog saw his shadow and if you believe him, folklore says there are six more weeks of winter. I say, bring it on! We are going to embrace winter and plow through it like proud Midwesterners, right? OK, I heard a few groans out
If you haven’t started your own seeds, it can be a fun project to do with the kids. I always use that as an excuse to get my gardening tools out early and start thinking about spring sunshine and warm breezes. Sister Rita Wienken is the