Search / 55 results found Showing: 1-10 of 55
A look back at Ron Kujawski's first Berkshire Garden Journal column in The Berkshire Eagle, which ran on March 31, 1995.
Ron Kujawski writes: "Earlier this year, I resurrected my interest in spiny cacti after seeing some miniature specimens at Ward’s Nursery in Great Barrington. At first, I bought only two, but my interest was piqued. So, I went back and bought three more."
As the fall foliage fades and falls to the ground, some people see the cleanup as an extra chore. Gardeners, however, should recognize the falling leaves for its potential as mulch and compost material.
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.
Just because fall has officially arrived doesn't mean there's nothing to do in the garden! Ron Kujawski has a list of chores for you to complete this weekend before you pause to enjoy the foliage.
Cabbage and broccoli are known as "cut-and-come-again" vegetables, meaning after the first round of harvesting, the center of the plant will continue to produce crops.
The persistence of flowers, on the Autumn Joy, well into fall is just of the physical features that should attract home gardeners.
Labor Day, according to Garden Journal columnist Ron Kujawski, is an ideal time to be harvesting crops and to get a jump start on next year's garden beds.
Garden columnist Ron Kujawski offers tips on how to best use dehydrated vegetables and fruits all year round.
Most veteran gardeners, who are growing tomatoes, will know that the answer in this game of Garden Clue is: hornworm.