Cheryl McManus used to love gardening. But living near Mendon Ponds Park, deer ate many of her plants, including lush, green hostas that used to grace her front entrance.
Now overgrown with weeds and vinca, McManus is looking to spruce … Read More
The founders of Project Scion are proud to announce that their inaugural project, The Orchard, at the corner of Jay and Child Streets has received the Award for Best Community Enhancement Garden from the City of Rochester. Project Scion is a … Read More
The annual landscape and flower show, which usually draws 15,000 to 20,000 people, continues through Sunday.
Organizers expect higher attendance this year. The Cleveland flower show was delayed until 2010 and the New England Flower Show in Boston canceled because … Read More