This colorful and carefully curated garden links Morrisville couple Berry and Dick Hayter to their roots in Zimbabwe and beyond.
Time to (finally!) prep for cooler evenings and look forward to home grown greens, carrots, beans and herbs.
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.
A plant-forward perspective can protect your garden from pests and disease that descend on us in North Carolina summers.
Prepare your plants the summer heat by establishing a new watering schedule, pruning thoughtfully, and experimenting with edible flowers.
May in the garden here in Raleigh is both important and dreamy with spring edibles at their peak and summer crops just beginning.
Find flowers, herbs, vegetables, and trees at these local plants sales — along with craft vendors, food, music, and community.
Early spring is the time to flex your garden muscles as you plan for summer, plant annuals, and shore up your supplies.
Prep for a Raleigh summer, enjoy spring blooms, prune and enjoy this transitional yet peaceful month in the garden
The Sarah P. Duke Gardens brim with the beauty of a new season as thousands of cherry trees, tulips, daffodils, and poppies burst into bloom.
This month, restore your gardening tools, pause and reflect, and add plant life indoors while what’s outside recharges.
Leave the leafs, bury the bulbs, observe, and give thanks as you work in your patch of Peidmont this month.by Hannah Ross | photography from the archives by Juli Leonard Summer lingers late in the Piedmont, but with the deep…
This month, prep for colorful spring bulbs, cool season edibles, re-nourish your soil, and give growing garlic a try. Happy fall!