Cynthia Domenghini



Fruit trees protected from freezing temperatures at The Gardens at Texas A&M. A cold protection plan should include covers for sensitive trees and plants. (Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Laura McKenzie)

Tips on protecting gardens during storm season

  • By K-State Research and Extension news service
Broken tree limb from storm damage laying on a lawn (Photo: iStock - Dcwcreations)

Managing storm damaged trees

  • By Maddy Rohr │ Kansas State University Research and Extension
Salad plantation in a square garden at springtime, and some tomato plantation and flowers. (Photo: iStock - NCAImages)

Maximize garden space by growing vertically

Lawn closeup (K-State Research and Extension)

Lawn maintenance should start now

  • By Maddy Rohr │ Kansas State University Research and Extension
Installing weed control fabric material and bark mulch in a residential garden to control weed spreading (Photo: iStock - brebca)

Colored plastic mulches may provide boost to garden crops

Monarch butterfly. (Photo courtesy of Monarch Butterfly and Pollinators Conservation Fund.)

Gardening for butterflies

Home lawn choked with dandelions

Managing a weed invasion in the home lawn

  • By Maddy Rohr │ Kansas State University Research and Extension
Some homeowners may choose to save on their watering bill by waiting a couple weeks later to seed cool-season grasses this year, says Kansas State University horticulture expert Ward Upham. (Photo courtesy of K-State Research and Extension.)

Lawn calendar for cool-season grasses