If it seems as though pests and diseases in the Lexington and Louisville landscape have become more problematic, it is more than just anecdotal conjecture. Researchers have docume
There is a traditional tale of a child asking her mother why she always cut the end off of her roasts. The mother replied, “Well, that’s the way my mother always prepared her roasts.” When the
Take a look around Lexington and Louisville landscapes this Spring and you’ll notice plants flowering almost a full month later than normal, and by the end of April several tree
Gracefully flittering on vibrant wings from flower to flower, the Monarch Butterfly is perhaps the most celebrated and iconic of our garden visitors. Nearly everyone has experienced the joy and wo
Late last week the Courier-Journal ran a story about a dispute between a Metro Louisville community and the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet (KYTC). The City of Rolling Fields recently funded a $17,000 street tree planting project along a section...
Can wildlife habitat be successfully reintegrated into urban environments? The Gainesway Pond Water Quality and Environmental Education Project, at the end of Appian Way in Lexington, shows the