I’m proud to be writing for The Green Voice, it’s the newsletter for Pittsburgh Earth Day, where every day is Earth Day. Here’s everything I’ve written for them.
Tried and true plants along with new introductions.
Winter Adventures in Gardening: Happy Accidents, Houseplant Tips and More.
Peace, Wellness, Plants, and a Sense of Community at Angora Gardens.
Local inventor introduces Plant Traps.
Tired of varmints, he built a cage around his garden!
Try microgreens for winter, windowsill gardening.
Easy to grow, unique houseplants.
Last minute gifts for gardeners.
Growing Together Aquaponics helps students with disabilities.
These plants have great winter interest. Extend the season by adding these plants to the landscape.
Love Your Leaves! Don’t rake them, they are a valuable resource in the garden.
Saving seeds from the garden is easy, fun and saves money too.
Our love for trees, how to plant the cherish them.
Get the garden ready for winter.
Learn to compost from PRC.
My favorite deer resistant shrubs.
How to grow garlic by planting in the fall.
Planting bulbs now will provide spring beauty.
Everything you need to know about growing figs in the north.
Plant now for a great fall/winter garden.
This Marine suffers with PTSD and uses the garden as a therapeutic tool.
The Pittsburgh Botanic Garden is growing rapidly. The Garden of Five Senses is the latest area to open, but there’s much more to see and innovative plans for the future.
A lost summer due to COVID? Not for gardeners.
This 89 year-old gardener still works every day and has created a landscape filled with unique plants.
These perennials are tough, beautiful and will come back season after season.
Outsmarting invasive plants with the Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania.
Dealing with bad bugs organically.
Watering is art at Phipps. The story of a wonderful fountain and how it was made.
Ralph Brock was the first African American forester.
Summer planting leads to fall harvest.
101 year-old woman gets the gift of a tomato plant to help her through the pandemic.
Garden club volunteers to plant garden for convent.
The Perennial Project is helping revitalize Brownsville.
10 Easy to grow perennials that will thrive for years.
A children’s garden without children, planted with hope.
These plants attract pollinators. You help them and they will help you.
Pick the first tomato and healthiest too.
Grandmother’s daffodils transplanted to become treasured family heirlooms.
Finding seeds during a pandemic, gardening is huge this season.
Crafting cocktails with the Backyard Forager.