Horticulture, Horticulture, Outdoors

Now is the time to plant spring-flowering bulbs  

Planning ahead this fall can result in a colorful spring landscape of tulips, daffodils, crocus and more, said Kansas State University horticulture expert Cynthia Domenghini.   Domenghini said spring-flowering bulbs can be planted from now through October, giving bulbs time t... Read More

Farmer woman holding wooden box full of fresh raw vegetables (Photo: iStock - Milan Krasula)

Encourage children’s love for gardening

Pumpkins come in many different colors in addition to orange, and they are found in a variety of shapes and sizes. (Photo courtesy of National Garden Bureau Inc.)

Keeping your pumpkins longer

  • By Kelsey Hatesohl │ Kansas State University Research and Extension
Green Tree in white ceramic pots on the wooden table. (Photo: iStock - Nirunya Juntoomma)

Moving cold-sensitive plants indoors  

Mowing the grass (Photo: iStock - stoncelli)

What to do now to ensure a green lawn in the Spring

Just like other trees, pine trees experience leaf drop in the fall. (U of A System Division of Agriculture photo.)

Pines drop their leaves in fall too

A specimen of common smoketree with its smoky panicles. (Photo courtesy of Michele Warmund.)
Lawn (Journal stock photo)
Kansas State University horticulture expert Cynthia Domenghini urges gardeners not to bury peonies too deep, which increases the chance that they may not flower. (Photo courtesy of Kansas State University Research and Extension.)

Increase bloom production of peonies