Take it easy in summer’s hottest month — use your freezer to preserve tomatoes and plant a few things the get you through the rest of the season.
University Park plant enthusiast Milos Novak draws on his experience growing up in socialist Czechoslovakia to tend his artful bonsai.
A plant-forward perspective can protect your garden from pests and disease that descend on us in North Carolina summers.
On a trip to the see the sunflowers at Dorothea Dix Park, this writer learns she’s missed the peak — but finds something just as beautiful.
On a plot off Capital Boulevard, the volunteers at the Open Door Clinic have a small farm that provides healthy produce for their patients.
Raleigh couple Gray and Debbie Reed steward the historic Beaufort home with period furnishings and paint colors.
Prepare your plants the summer heat by establishing a new watering schedule, pruning thoughtfully, and experimenting with edible flowers.
Color, texture and nods to the coast combine in this family’s playful home designed with Miretta Interiors.
This Triangle horticulturist is changing the way suburban homeowners grow fruits and vegetables with her unique approach to gardening.
Just like the plants in his garden, this writer finds we’re always learning and growing, dreaming and scheming.
Mud dauber wasps are non-aggressive insects that are unlikely to sting — and expert architects that build intricate nests
May in the garden here in Raleigh is both important and dreamy with spring edibles at their peak and summer crops just beginning.
Carolista Baum stood in front of a bulldozer to protect a dune her children loved to explore. It’s now N.C.’s most-visited state park.
Scarlet and Summer Tanagers are lesser-known species than the Northern Cardinal, but just as brilliant.