Elvis Costello kept his voice "in trim" by performing in his garden.
In Lee Reich's final gardening column for the AP, he offers his tips to make your garden prettier, more productive and more enjoyable to maintain.
A new look at Hydrangea Harmony of Colors may be just what your garden needs in 2022. These photos show how the flowers add beauty to the landscape.
Over 40 large-scale sculptures created by local, national and international artists make up the Tucson Jewish Community Center's sculpture garden.
Turning your own lawn into a pollinator or “bee” lawn can help restore the kinds of natural habitat no longer available to pollinators.
With so many plant options out there, it can be intimidating to choose the right one for your home, especially if you’re inexperienced.
OPINION: Our latest contributor laments the loss of camaraderie found in earlier generations of Americans. "We will move forward only when we realize that what is good for each of us must also be good for all Americans."
Researchers harvest and weigh basil at gardens outside Biosphere 2. The gardens are part of an experiment on new crops and growing techniques …
The Pima County Cooperative Extension celebrated the retirement of one of their longtime staff members Thursday morning, Aug. 20, 2020.
Opinion: "Growing more food has been on my bucket list for over a decade. Instead of being paralyzed by COVID-19, I’ve dived into daily gardening, which I aspire to become a life-long habit," writes Tucsonan Lisa Shipek.
Work continues on the Pit Stop in the back of Desert Survivors Nursery as customers browse various plants during the garden's spring sale.
On the hottest days of summer, you might avoid your patio or backyard in favor of air conditioning—but outside could be the coolest place to be. This outdoor misting system from Garden Land can be set up in minutes to keep your backyard cool all summer.
Spring is officially here, and while it may still feel a bit chilly, now is the time to start planting your garden. With just a bit of work, you’ll be able to enjoy a blossoming flower patch or even some homegrown vegetables. Read on to find useful gardening tools and pretty planters — your spring garden awaits!
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