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Do you grow hostas? Even if you don’t know them by name, you’ll likely recognize their neat, rounded form in the garden. Hardy in zones 3-8, they’re popular as a reliable, easy maintenance choice.
There is no fruit as versatile as a tomato fresh from the vine. Canning the surplus further expands its versatility to hearty winter dishes, sauces, soups and juice.
The Burlington Garden Club hosts Matt Kaminsky, farmer, arborist, cidermaker and writer from Hadley, Mass., who works at Preservation Orchard as a grower and producer for Carr’s Ciderhouse and co-manages Meadowfed Lamb, on Thursday, Sept. 30, 1 p.m., Faith United Methodist Church, 899 Dorset…
Are you interested in trying some new recipes from around the world? Have you looked at an Indian, Thai or Japanese recipe and not known where to find the ingredients?
Gardeners interested in learning what they can do to improve their soil can join “Creating a Biodiverse Garden for Ecological Resilience,” a free Zoom webinar on May 20 through the University of Vermont Extension.
Put out the welcome mat for bees, butterflies and other pollinators this summer by planting nectar- and pollen-rich flowers in your vegetable or flower garden.
Several activities are planned in Vermont for Emerald Ash Borer Awareness Week, May 15-22, to help increase public understanding of an invasive forest pest that has destroyed millions of acres of ash trees in the country.
In our altered modern landscape, the idea of an old growth forest is captivating; we picture primal, untouched wilderness, massive trees and forests full of life.
Years ago, I had heated discussions with some hydroponic growers in Vermont who grew so-called “perfect” looking lettuce and tomatoes in sand, gravel, or liquid, with added nutrients, but without soil.
(NewsUSA) - One challenge that all busy parents face is how to keep a baby or toddler away from problem areas in the home. This month is Baby Safety Month, and is an important reminder to parents to look for potentially unsafe areas in the home, while identifying smart solutions to protect t…
When a new automaker produces its first car for a paying customer, it's understandable that the company's founder and CEO would be proud enough to Tweet about it. But for Rivian leader RJ Scaringe, a simple Tweet was not enough. That's why he got behind the wheel and drove the first retail u…
(BPT) - The kitchen is famously the go-to room of the house where family and friends gather to spend time together, so it should be a space that you enjoy hanging out in. If your kitchen’s décor is starting to look a little tired, you can always freshen things up by adding modern and functio…