Looking back, it’s astonishing how much was accomplished.
The author, a professor at Cornell, has studied wild honeybees over many years in a nearby forest. His discoveries include lessons that beekeepers can apply to their hives.
The tiny fly larvae known as leafminers can do a lot of damage, but you can head them off if you’re quick.
Frustrated at having to cancel my summer vacation, I turned to a garden book by a British writer and wound up with an earthworm experiment.
Fremont's only community garden has a rich past as the former site of the historical California Nursery Co., and it remains open to the community for planter rentals.
A recent essay from Brain Pickings brings in observations from John Muir, Walt Whitman and the late and beloved neurologist and author Oliver Sacks.