The interaction between the flowering species and our own is so ancient that we have only rumor and myth to guide us as we shape the spaces and program the experiences of our gardens.
From adding a vermin-terrorizing terrier to the household to offering up a veritable vole buffet away from the garden, surely … Continue reading Got voles? Tips to deal with a garden’s biggest pest | Daily News-Miner
Master Gardener Chris Woods goes down the list of best bets for shade loving garden staples in Alaska. His recommendations … Continue reading IN THE GARDEN: Shade Loving Perennial Plants for Alaska | The Alaska Star
Container gardening has long been a staple of Alaskan ingenuity. Even gardeners with traditional garden space often utilize containers in … Continue reading IN THE GARDEN: Picking the right pot | The Alaska Star
Several kinds of slugs may be wreaking havoc in your garden. Whether you’re dealing with the small but voracious reticulate … Continue reading Slugs (the mollusc kind) | Juneau Empire
As Alaskans it is easy to feel disconnected from the things that happen outside our community, but a staff member … Continue reading Harvesting Alaska: Using technology to grow rural Alaska | KTVA 11
Corinne Conlon laments the plight of gardener vs. weed in this week’s column for the Juneau Empire. After an empowering … Continue reading Weeds: The nemesis of gardening | Juneau Empire