There’s a lot you can do now to have fewer weed worries next season. WTOP Garden Editor Mike McGrath has a few tips you can follow to make sure your garden is in top shape in the spring.
Just because frost is in the forecast doesn’t mean you need to abandon the garden. Fall is a great time to plan and plant for spring. Here are some tips for gardening in the off season.
You don’t need dirt to have a green thumb. It turns out, you can grow a pretty wild garden in a few cups of gravel. Here’s how.
Summer gardens are flourishing, but so are the populations of pesky weeds and critters that can damage all of your vines and veggies.
Bins of asparagus and delicate greens at the farmers market are beginning to thin out. Now that it’s nearly June, it’s time for summer vegetables.
Removing all the branches from your old tree can leave you with some springy protective mulch that is the perfect covering from spring bulb beds. See more tips from WTOP’s Garden Editor Mike McGrath.
WTOP’s Mike McGrath says that garlic sprouts in the region should be just dandy and that the cold weather won’t affect them at all.
WTOP Garden Editor Mike McGrath lays out the path to successful peas and highlights some upcoming gardening events.
Looking for an antidote for the dark days of winter? The National Capital Orchid Society will come to the rescue.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.