Gardening in 2017: New Plant Varieties

February 8, 2017

Story and photos provided by Cheryl Boyer In my world, it’s the season for winter trade shows and education sessions. Many industries wind down a bit in the cold parts of the year, particularly those […]

Planning for Perennials in a Fabulous Fall

November 10, 2016

Story by Dr. Cheryl Boyer Fall leaf drop has been slow and gentle this year. Scattering red, orange, and golden leaves flutter to the ground everywhere I go. Idyllic, really. I can’t remember having such […]

What’s in a Name?

July 21, 2016

by Dr. Cheryl Boyer I recently received a kind email from an Extension Master Gardener noting an unfortunate typo on a publication about shrubs that I authored a few years ago. On one page, I […]

Plant Something!

June 16, 2016

Story by Dr. Cheryl Boyer, photos by Jefferson Bryant It’s not too late to get some plants in the ground or in a container. I’ve found myself scrambling to do my own gardening this year. […]

Wishes for Spring Granted Early

April 1, 2016

by Dr. Cheryl Boyer Despite my ardent protestations, many plants are breaking dormancy early. Really early. They refuse to listen to my warnings. In fact, when I first sat down to write this article, I […]