Justin Miller with F&W Lawn Care talks about planting for the fall season.
Scott Mozingo shows us how to grow new plants by using what we already have growing in our gardens.
Scott shows us how to make a homemade remedy for pests.
Scott Mozingo shows us how to utilize this water source in our gardens.
Scott Mozingo points out some new varieties to fill those holes in your yard.
Scott Mozingo shows us the latest innovations in this classic annual.
A tree is a sentimental and long lasting gift for the man in your life this Father's Day.
Scott introduces us to a new line of naturally enhanced vegetables for the garden.
Tropical varieties add a punch of summer color to your patio or landscaping.
Some great inspiration for the green thumb mamas out there!
Add color to your spring garden with a variety of plants.
Our garden expert shows us what new variety are available among this classic plant.
How to be more "green" while planting this season.
Community Supported Agriculture is growing in popularity and benefits both the farmers who produce it and the consumers who use it.
Our garden expert shows us how to dress up our containers for the fall season.
A little planning this fall can lead to a big payoff in the spring. Fall bulbs like Tulips, Crocus, Daffodils and Hyacinth are hitting garden center shelves right now so it's time to get started.
Scott Mozingo shows us how to keep our gardens going well into the Fall.
After the hot weather of July most people finally have some fruits
setting on their plants and some folks have started to harvest. Now is
the time for rewards for our hard work.
People are always looking for bushes that will bloom from spring until fall but unfortunately there aren't many that will do that in Illinois. We have to do a bit more planning to enjoy blooms all season and for summer, Hydrangea fit the bill.
It's something we're starting to hear more about this time of year: Spruce trees. We're starting to see more damage to them.