NEW YORK (AP) — Colson Whitehead's “Harlem Shuffle,” Honorée Fanonne Jeffers' “The Love Songs of W.E.B. DuBois” and a debut story collection by Anthony Veasna So, a promising writer who died before his book was published, are among this year's nominees for National Book Critics Circle awards.
Something miraculous happens to gardeners at this time of year. I don’t know what triggers it. Perhaps it was the sight of Christmas trees and lights, or the presence of all those poinsettias. Whatever the cause, by January, gardeners have let go of last year’s gardens and start to dream about this year’s effort.
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.
Suñorita won the American Rose Society’s 2022 Award of Excellence, which recognizes new miniature and miniflora rose varieties of superior quality.
Simply Scentsational, an upright grower reaching 6 feet in height with a spread of 5 feet, will make its debut for gardens in spring 2022.
The ideal windowsill herb thrives despite dry air and relatively low light conditions. Rosemary and bay laurel fit the bill.
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The $8 million, privately funded project will add a 24,000-square-foot plant production facility that will include four greenhouses and office and work space.
Grandin Road's bright, oversize fiberglass ornaments look like they plopped off a giant's Christmas tree. Or keep things small: Those handy little solar stick lights that you pop in the ground around a garden or walkway have been given a holiday dress-up with candy cane stripes and a snowy cap, at Lowe's.
The décor for Ryan and Shelby Kieselhorst's wedding included wicker chairs and benches, vintage rugs, houseplants and dried grasses, and candles. They also had several macramé elements.
WAVERLY – Paula Peterson never thought so many people would be interested in watching corn grow.
Augusta Lavender heliotrope is arriving for gardens in spring 2022, and it's a winner.
The variety of paving stones and bricks today make it possible to create a unique border along an ordinary walkway or driveway. The addition of new edging expands its width and creates a custom detail you can extend throughout your landscape. The project involves some serious yard work.