Dig into organic gardening with tips on composting and news about sustainable agriculture.
From delicate snowdrops to showy allium, here's what to look for during spring's parade of flowering bulbs.
Freshly blossomed almond trees are illuminated by the fiery sunset in Czech Republic.
In Tokyo, a city famous for squeezing green into the most unlikely of places, several railway stations are topped with garden allotments geared toward greenthumbed commuters.
The Boskke Cube is a stylish tabletop planter that, thanks to an integrated reservoir and unique irrigation technology, prevents you from committing murder by overwatering.
A nonprofit is turning the tide by working with the nation's rural farmers to replace opium poppies with this much-coveted 'super food.'
Video: Chris Burley and Ei Ei Khin have an ambitious goal: Grow 1 million wildflowers to help threatened honeybee populations.
This modern patron saint of horticulture leaves behind not only her famous garden designs, but also a significant collection of rare books and manuscripts.
We hate to burst your bubble, but the rumored upside to a harsh winter isn't really true.
Chances are, your neighbor's backyard isn't filled with tilapia. That is, of course, assuming you're not living next to Scott Henley, proprietor of an aquaponics farm in Pasandena.
Video: Last year was the driest in California’s history, and as the state’s drought worsens, farmers are looking at new ways to grow food, including aquaponics.
Video: Scientists at a Starbucks’ farm in Costa Rica are working to engineer a fungus-resistant strain of coffee plant.
From rare orchids to a flower that lives for just a few hours, you won't find these blooms in every bouquet.
You would think that blue is just another color in nature's palette, but when it comes to flowers, it's much more complicated than that.
Tunnel-to-table salad anyone? Growing Underground, a hydroponic agriculture venture hailed as the world's largest subterranean farm, is based in a WWII air raid shelter 100 feet beneath the streets of South London.
You might be surprised to learn how some of your favorite fruits, vegetables and spices are cultivated.
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