Using Artificial Intelligence To Create A Pollinator Garden

Pollinators are attracted to gardens in a variety of ways. Color and color patterns in a pollinator garden are one of the top drivers of these visitors to your plants. Artist Alexandra Daisy Ginsberg and the Eden Project, Cornwall, UK worked with scientists in the field of artificial intelligence to create an online tool that […]

Spotty fall colors likely in 2022

Experts are predicting that this year the autumn colors in New England are likely to be muted, and in drought- and heat-stricken areas of the south, not last long. >> Click here to read an article from the Associated Press about fall color viewing in your area.

UC Davis fights climate change in the Torture Orchard

“There’s a hive of PhDs at the University of California at Davis who are working to reinvent food production in the Golden State. Researchers have fanned out across the globe collecting rare plant samples; others are grafting Frankenstein trees and stitching together root systems of plums and peaches to create better almond and walnut trees.” […]

2021 Plants of the Year

Congratulations to the 2021 Plants of the Year

It’s time once again to share with you plants that have received an honorable distinction as a ‘plant of the year” as recognized by various gardening, horticulture, and conservation entities. Let’s take a virtual tour of this year’s Plants of the Year, and we hope you’ll discover a winner to grow in your garden or landscape as well.