A century and a half of gardening pioneers in Montclair (Gardening for Life)
Montclair has a gardening tradition dating to the early days of its incorporation in 1868.
Getting your thumb to go green (Gardening for Life)
If you are one those people who say, “Every plant I touch dies,” stop blaming yourself!
The growing season is here, so get going (Gardening for Life)
Gardening has become more important than ever. Few activities have been better for managing the stress and depression caused by this crisis.
Lets plant the seeds of the future (Gardening for Life)
When this crisis is over, let’s cherish the beauty of “normal," Jose German says.
Gardening for Life: Finishing up the season
Leave the leaves, and reflect on your garden, and plans, as the fall season goes into winter, writes Jose German in "Gardening for Life."
Gardening for life: nature and gardens heal
Though COVID-19 transformed the world and our lives, it has also brought new appreciation of the value of nature, writes Jose German.
Suspect seeds arrive in Montclair
Montclairians have been receiving supicious seeds in boxes marked jewelry, from China.
Gardening for life: enjoying lazy summer days
During high summer, grab a book and enjoy the garden's shade, color, birds and insects. Gardening is calming, writes Jose German.
Gardening for life: home-growing a national park
Making a a “Homegrown National Park” can create space for nature far greater than the total area of all our national parks, writes Jose German.
Gardening for life: vegetable and flower gardens make exceptional spring
Gardens can help with the traumatic stress of the pandemic. Plant vegetable and flower gardens for a beautiful spring, writes Jose German.