Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
If you are not squeamish about bugs and have a small vegetable garden you can get by hand-removing unwanted pests.
Cathie Rowand | The Journal Gazette
A couple of my tomato plants have wilted. I am a successful gardener mostly by pure luck so I really don't know why I am having problems.
Jennifer Sorg
The Sorgs now have four eggs in their hanging basket.
Frank Augstein | Associated Press
Frank Augstein | Associated Press
A bumblebee searches for nectar.
Dottie Hackworth
A wave petunia and white osteopermum fill this pot in Dottie Hackworth’s garden in northeast Fort Wayne.
Dottie Hackworth
A bright pink peony is featured in this view of Dottie Hackworth’s garden in northeast Fort Wayne.
Columbine takes center stage in this view of Dottie Hackworth’s garden in northeast Fort Wayne.
Courtesy Dottie Hackworth
Dottie Hackworth's dogwood tree was full of blossoms in northeast Fort Wayne.
Courtesy Dottie Hackworth
Dottie Hackworth's yard in northeast Fort Wayne.
File | The Journal Gazette
Not only do you know the plants are happy in our neck of the woods, the volunteers will tell you how to plant those little darlings at your own home.