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Berkshire Botanical Garden’s Holiday Marketplace, a 32-year tradition featuring the Gallery of Wreaths, is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 3 and 4. Tickets are available for the Gallery of Wreaths preview party on Friday, Dec. 2.
The Berkshire Botanical Garden will offer its eighth annual Rooted in Place Ecological Gardening Symposium in person at Lenox Memorial Middle and High School and online on Sunday, Nov. 13.
The common attitude toward bees (one I shared until that conversation) is suggested by the popular expression “hive mind,” a disparaging way of describing a kind of group consciousness that does not permit any individual thinking. In fact, of the estimated 3,600 species of bees native to North America, 90 percent are “solitary.”
Take a moment to view some of the amazing art found in small galleries around the Berkshires.
When Alicia Houk's first child was born eight years ago, she couldn’t devote as much time to gardening, and she found native plants, species adapted to her landscape and climate, less demanding than food crops.
The first hard freeze arrived in the Berkshires, putting an end to the growing season for most vegetables. But you can extend the growing season for select plants with a hoop house or grow tunnel.
Thousands of visitors flock to the Berkshire Botanical Garden in Stockbridge for the 87th annual Harvest Festival.
The go-to guru of bulb growing in North America makes a strong case for the role that "Dutch" bulbs, like daffodils, can play in a sustainable and chemical-free garden.
Now in its 87th year, the long-running Berkshire Botanical Garden Harvest Festival returns on Oct. 8 and 9 for two days filled with festive family fun.
Thomas Christopher writes: "Environmentally concerned gardeners (of which I count myself one) have been calling for a long time for the elimination of lawns." He goes on to offer up some ideas on how, if you insist on keeping a lawn, to make it more environmentally friendly.