Grow herbs for alternative medicines, to add fresh flavor to your favorite dishes or to concoct a natural beauty product.
Peruse the highlights of a trip to Denver – nature, culture, food and fun kid activities.
There’s a deep connection between humans and plants. As the summer draws to a close, enjoy the beauty and serenity of a well-tended garden with none of the work.
Here’s the scoop on popular trends in the garden for 2017, according to Garden Design, Country Living, and Sunset magazines.
Get ready for spring with programs on everything from starting seeds to new plants for 2017, to perennials and evergreens presented by Shawnee County Extension Master Gardeners
If you want your yard or garden to pop with color next spring, now is the time to make that happen. It’s time to plant spring flowering bulbs: crocus, hyacinth, snowdrops, tulips, daffodils and more.
It was time for another family reunion and this year we met in Sevierville, Tennessee – birthplace of Dolly Parton. It was a great area to be in with lots to see and do. Read the article to find out more!
Besides visiting with our Green Fair exhibitors and picking up information, there’s a lot of other things going on at the same time. Here are just a few.
Come to the Green Fair, 1-4 p.m. Saturday, April 16. If you’ve been wanting to move toward a greener life, this is a gotta-be-there event for you.
Two new books in the Travel Neighborhood offer looks into very different routes of travel. For the more conventional traveler we have travel by train and for the more adventurous traveler, the Silk Road.
Ready to get growing in the new year? Anyone who has ever tried to grow anything knows it’s not as easy as it looks. Luckily, the Master Gardeners are here to help with tried and true tips and practical advice for everyone from the novice to the old hand. Join us for the first program of 2016, Starting Seeds, Thursday, January 7 here at your library, 7 – 8 pm.
How to follow in the footsteps of your favorite book set in Egypt.