I wasn’t really thinking about a home brew when my relationship with a coffee tree began in the late 1990s.
When lilacs new in the dooryard bloom.
It is as if a botanic bomb dropped and blew up in slow motion with foliage and blossoms.
Tomato seedling agitation. Geranium anti-aging gas. Mysterious lantana mortality. It’s all part of the puzzle of shipping plants.
A former USDA agronomist is sowing diverse rows as director of UDC’s research farm.
Back-to-back warm spells and cold snaps are putting apricot trees through their paces in southern Pennsylvania.