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Are you familiar with preparing your lawn and garden for the winter months? Learn about the best techniques for proper lawn and garden care.
North Carolina has a new insect resident, one that poses a unique risk to elm trees.
It's officially summer, and beyond battling the heat, many of us are beating back, cutting down and keeping up with our growing grasses, plants and weeds. Five On Your Side's Keely Arthur shares the top tips and tools to help set you up for a lovely landscape this season and beyond.
The National Capital Poison Center warns the chocolatey scent produced by the mulch can tempt your pets to chew on it.
Meilin Tompkins, Meghan Bragg / WCNC
Summer is right around the corner and even though the season brings a lot of fun, it also brings the need for lawn maintenance. Five On Your Side's Keely Arthur shares the best products to do just that.
Anna Grace, owner of Copperline Plant Company, shares some simple tips and tricks for plant ownership.
Crissy Fishbane, WRAL contributor
Gardening is a great hobby that also has many health benefits, but it's important to be mindful of what plants are in season when you're gardening.
Delaney Eyermann, WRAL multiplatform producer
The Triangle is literally in bloom this time of year! Surrounded by vibrant greens, the work in the garden is just getting started and the seemingly never ending battle of weeding and mowing has only just begun.
By Carl Johnson, Carl Johnson Real Estate, writer for New Homes & Ideas
Twin brothers in Maine are running a lawn care business using 100 percent electric equipment charged with solar energy.
Since he was five years old, Wake County native Tony Avent has been growing plants. Avent was seven years old when he started a greenhouse business, selling houseplants to his neighbors. Now, he owns a 28-acre botanical garden with more than 27,000 different plant species funded by an unparalleled plant nursery.
Maggie Brown, WRAL multiplatform producer
It can be helpful to know the best things to plant and when to do so. These include everything from your vegetable garden to your flowers. Some plants are native to North Carolina, and some need love to flourish and thrive.
Gardening can be frustrating if you don't have the rich soil your plants need. Here is how to enrich poor soil.
It's sometimes difficult and expensive to get our hands on all the vegetables and fruits we enjoy, especially out of season. Fortunately, you can grow your supplies from scratch, and you don't need 100 acres of pristine farmland to do it.
The question: How can you achieve that luscious green yard you've always wanted? The answer: Start by choosing the best grass type for your region.
There are many species, and each needs individual care and attention to thrive. Read on as we discuss how to identify types of grass.
This local guide will provide you with essential lawn care tips and practices.
North Carolina has the perfect climate for planting flowers. Are you planning to make your very own beautiful spring garden? Read more and discover which buds to start planting this season.
A winter garden can provide a place of respite, joy and reward. Though the last of the summer tomatoes might be long gone, there's plenty to grow and enjoy.
CLEMSON, S.C. -- In the distance, beside a brick house in a tidy subdivision, the trees rose above a wooden fence, showing off all that had made the Bradford pear so alluring: They were towering and robust and, in the early spring, had white flowers that turned their limbs into perfect clouds of cotton.
Rick Rojas, New York Times
A retired Bishop from Connecticut was recently in Washington D.C. with the plan to make guns into garden tools. He is the co-founder of "Swords to Plowshares."
Scotts grass seed, turf builder, lawn food, fungicide, spreaders and more are up to 46% off at Amazon right now!
EcoWatch reports that the announcement comes as the company currently faces around 30,000 legal claims that these products are cancer-causing.
Tired of messing with the gas can when it's time to tackle the yard?