Shelburne Bay Park needs garlic mustard eradication, volunteers needed to hand pull invasive plants in May

Resident Fran Cohen, above, among the garlic mustard patch on Allen Hill in Shelburne last year.

Shelburne Bay Park is a wonderful resource for ephemeral spring flowers (such as trillium, hepatica, Carolina spring beauty, trout lily, and columbine), the earliest flowers to appear after a long cold winter. Although short-lived, ephemeral flowers bloom when the leaves Continue reading

Professional horticulturalist makes presentation April 22, Rodney Eason discusses the future of gardening

Rodney Eason, one of America’s top professional horticulturalists, will make a presentation at Faith United Methodist Church on April 22 from 6-8pm in South Burlington. Eason is Director of Horticulture and Plant Curator at the Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens in Continue reading

Master Gardener course scholarship available

The University of Vermont’s (UVM) Extension Master Gardener Program provides the information and tools necessary to “promote successful, safe, and environmentally prudent home horticulture practices through education and community activities,” according the program’s website. Applications for scholarships to attend the Continue reading