Leave it to Henry David Thoreau to find stirring strength in putrid plants.
Don’t blame Norway. The invasion of the Norway maple tree on U.S. soil is definitely not the fault of the Norwegians.
Aristotle must have felt wealthy in when he saw a profusion of bright daffodils. “Yellow colored objects,” he said, “appear to be gold.”
Some of our evergreens are struggling. Notice the yellow, brown or red leaves on normally green plants, and the dead-looking limbs on the trees and...
The object of my affection today is the softshell clam, Mya arenaria. With the onset of warmer weather, shellfishing is back on many agendas.
Why should we give a tinker's damn for broad tinker's weed?
It's the beginning of April, but I still couldn’t be happier to welcome the Fair Maiden of February, also known as snowdrops.
It seems that the drudgery of winter has been a common lament throughout history, and one that continues today.
It is the aloe plants that soar and thrive. They make me feel like I have a green thumb and have become my verdant companions.