By Scott Dance Cicadas overwhelm tree branches across the Mid-Atlantic once every 17 years, like clockwork. But something — some suspect it’s climate change — could be sounding their alarm clocks four
Because a hand-picked bouquet is the ultimate souvenir. If you had to pick the one thing you loved the most about spring, it would, of course, have to be all the pretty flowers that come with the season.
This looks like a forest, but it's actually just one tree — and it's one of the oldest and largest organisms on Earth
But not all trees follow that formula. Some form what are called clonal groves: swaths of forest connected underground by a single network of roots, with each trunk genetically identical to the others.
Allendale, Northumberland There’s a low hum from bumblebees foraging deep inside the comfrey flowers The day presses down, close and sultry, as I sit cross-legged in front of our three compost bins. There’s
One minute it’s glorious sunshine, the next the heavens open. We should by now be acclimatised to the Great British summer and its highly capricious changes of mood, but sometimes the unpredictable weather
by the editors at Rodale's Organic Life Here's your July gardening guide for North America's USDA Plant Hardiness Zones: 3-10. If you don't know what zone you live in, check the map here to find out. left