Cary, NC — If you’ve heard the phrase “My Tree, Our Tree” around town, it refers to a Town of Cary program that offers free, native trees to Cary residents who will take them home and plant them.
Note: Participation in this program is limited to Cary citizens.
Cary, NC — Whether you’ve discovered a green thumb during the pandemic or have been a lifetime horticulturalist, there’s always something that can be done to improve or add to your garden each month. Read more
Cary, NC — It may not feel like it yet, but tomorrow is the beginning of the fall season and that means you should start thinking about how the coming weather changes will affect your lawn.
Cary, NC – As you likely noticed, Cary has seen heavy rainfall this spring, which can cause problems for your garden. So for the next storm and future ones, here are some tips on how to help your garden after it rains.
Cary, NC — June 6-12, 2021 is National Garden Week, and to help you take part in it, we’ve put together some great tips for preparing your gardens and keeping them cool this summer.
Cary, NC — With the warm temperatures and nice breeze, today made for a great trip to a local garden. The Anne B Kratzer Educational Gardens are nestled between the Page-Walker Arts & History Center and Cary Town Hall.
Cary, NC — Since 1958, the Cary Garden Club has promoted the love of gardening with a heart for community service and engagement.
Cary, NC — Good Hope Farm has been in production for over 100 years in northwest Cary, located at the center of what’s known as Carpenter Village.
Cary, NC — With developments cropping up all around Cary, many trees inevitably get chopped.