Garden

  • A Haven in The Hideout

    A Haven in The Hideout

    March 3, 2017 No Comment

    If you name it, I probably have it,” says Cathy Long. Her Hamlin, PA property, which measures just under an acre, features beautiful flowers, lush foliage and medicinal herbs. Cathy ...

  • A Northern Garden with Southern Roots!

    A Northern Garden with Southern Roots!

    March 3, 2017 No Comment

    Growing up in New Orleans, Jim Vandevender was surrounded by gardens. His mother and grandmother both cultivated gardens oftheir own, and helped to nurture his love of gardening. Every year Jim was ...

  • “Yard Art” in Lake Ariel

    March 1, 2017 No Comment

    Building landscapes and waterfalls isn’t just a hobby for Carrie Martini; it’s a way of life. For 19 years, Carrie has operated “Yard Art,” a business specializing in ponds and ...

  • How Does Your Garden Center Grow?

    How Does Your Garden Center Grow?

    August 5, 2016 No Comment

    Living in Northeast PA comes with its own set of gardening challenges. Plants shrivel up under the humid sun, then freeze during a cold snap. Deer devour the prettiest blossoms ...

  • The Greenhouse Project’s Plant to Plate Program

    The Greenhouse Project’s Plant to Plate Program

    May 4, 2016 No Comment

    Early Education of Healthy Habits The Greenhouse Project, a local non-profit organization dedicated to education of disease prevention through dietary choices and active living, is partnering with Harvest Catering and ...

  • The Waverly Community House Gets a Little “Greener

    The Waverly Community House Gets a Little “Greener”

    April 3, 2016 No Comment

    The Home and Garden Show at the Waverly Community (“Comm”) House has always promoted things that make our community green– like planting or landscaping. But this year, the show will ...

  • A Garden with a History

    A Garden with a History

    March 8, 2016 No Comment

    The glistening waters of Posten Pond and rolling hills of the old Bedford family farm frame the scene of Kate Hayes and Fred Nye’s beautiful garden in Sutton Hills, Shavertown. ...

  • Tranquility in Trucksville

    Tranquility in Trucksville

    March 1, 2016 No Comment

    Rick and Marlene Knappman’s free flowing garden creates a lavish and picturesque scene that is truly at one with nature. The tranquil garden was inspired by Marlene’s 20 years as ...

  • The Magic of Nature and Second Chances

    The Magic of Nature and Second Chances

    August 31, 2015 No Comment

    North Scranton native, Robert Savage is proud of the picturesque garden he’s cultivated for years. Robert grows magnificent flowers such as Hydrangea Pinna Coladas, purple Clematis and orange Trumpet Trees. ...

  • Dear Readers

    Dear Readers

    June 1, 2015 No Comment

    Our backyard is not perfectly manicured. More often than not it needs to be mowed, has weeds poking up all over and serves as a home to birds, rabbits and ...