Not everything you plant in your garden this spring has to be colorful. Some plants stand out because they are edible. And nothing compares to the fragrance and flavor of fresh herbs. WCCO stepped into a garden center’s Edible House.
Over the weekend, when it wasn’t raining, you may have spent some time in your garden, planting flowers. Or maybe just getting the soil ready for what you will plant. It is a sea of colors at Leitner’s Garden Center in St. Paul, a look that many of us would love to replicate in our yards.
The beautiful displays of color are what brighten our gardens and our spirit. We plant the bulbs in the fall and then wait with anticipation for their debut in the spring.
The long winter has meant frozen lakes, iced-over garden beds and many questions about when we can put the spade to dirt and start planting the garden.
Mix Master John Williams “Jskillz,” put this together just for you today! Happy Spring!
Many of us will open up our wallets to send a token of our love on Valentine’s Day.
Ready to decorate your home for fall? Keep your home cozy and stylish this season.
As the temperatures continue to warm up, a number of viewers have asked WCCO’s Holly Wagner to find out what the “in” flowers are this season. Holly Wagner talked to the garden experts at Bachman’s to get the scoop.
Mother’s Day is this Sunday, and time is running out if you haven’t found something special for your mom. If you still haven’t found that perfect gift for her, Chris Stanford ran down some of the gift-giving Do’s and Don’ts.
Bright, colorful flowers will make your yard pop. In this week’s “What’s in your garden?” segment, WCCO’s Holly Wagner has a few tips on flowers that grow well in spring weather and will last all summer long.
Brightening up the outside of your home may be as easy as changing up your planters or potted plants. Holly Wagner talked to the garden experts at Bachman’s about which flowers do best at this time of year.
A Sheboygan man who police say tried to strangle his wife is facing an additional charge after he was accused of sending some Valentine’s Day flowers to her.
With such a mild winter, you wouldn’t think we’d have to worry about protecting outdoor plants, but our lack of snow could be causing them harm.
The flower industry says flower sales that dipped during the recession have been rebounding this Valentine’s Day.