Dig into organic gardening with tips on composting and news about sustainable agriculture.
The Gardeners of America/Men's Garden Clubs of America is looking to grow its membership by appealing to gardeners of 'all types.'
If your plants are not faring well in the heat, get them water, shade and mulch. Now.
A 1-acre plot at the Red Hook Houses, Brooklyn's largest public housing development, has been transformed into an urban farm that will employ local teens and provide hyperlocal food to the community.
Sure, they're attractive, but keep a close eye on these specimens.
The intricacies of soil biodiversity may offer scientists insights into how species — animals and plants — can survive global warming.
Seed companies and garden experts say it's time to start thinking about cooler weather. (Yes, already.)
Swiss director Markus Imhoof's new documentary balances microphotography with compelling storytelling and will debut on June 10.
Designed specifically for vegetation-unfriendly pitched roofs, Roel de Boer's 'New Dutch' roofing tiles are noise-absorbing, rainwater-filtering, energy-saving 'stepping stones for wildlife in the city.'
Dozens of sensitive souls in the U.K. have complained to authorities about an IKEA television advert that depicts vengeful garden gnomes being murdered en masse by a suburban couple.
We've got a battle plan for all of you engaged in the Squirrel Wars.
Find out how advances in technology have helped improve these bags, which are designed to break down in your compost pile.
44 different types of organic herbs and vegetables are growing in the middle of Chicago's busy international airport.
Here's how to keep your young plants from succumbing to this common disease.
Create a habitat that appeals to spiders and they will protect your flowers and vegetables from pests that feed on plants.
Keeping detailed notes about what and where you plant is worth the effort.
Design devotee blogs about cities, innovation, architecture and green building.