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Mild with rain
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Expect rainy weather this evening through tomorrow evening
Despite the calendar flipping to December, snow is not in the works for Philadelphia this week. Mild air and rain will affect the area through Wednesday. more >
Whenever I have a chance and warn readers to plant trumpet vines and other invasive species at their own risk.
As the glorious palette of fall unfolds and fades in the northern parts of the country, can Jack Frost be far behind?
Rather than having leaves carted away by the town, consider using leaves in a compost pile or turning them into valuable mulch.
As soon as you harvest the last of your fall broccoli and radishes, it will be time to say hello, sweet garden, for the winter. Then, you should prepare your garden tools for their winter rest.
From coast to coast and top to bottom, unforgettable foliage displays happen in all sorts of unlikely places. Here's your guide to chasing falling leaves around the country, from now to Thanksgiving.
Want to pinpoint the exact right time to head upstate to take in New York's spectacular fall foliage? There's a map for that.
Aging is particularly hard on gardeners who must bend, lift and stretch to make their beloved green things grow. But you don’t have to give up on gardening when your body no longer cooperates.
Sometimes the loves of our life -- gardens and dogs -- don’t get along. Doggies dig up our rhododendron and azalea, which pay back the petal-eating pooches by sickening them.
Sep 20, 2011; 5:00 AM ET
Why do leaves change from green to beautiful shades of red, orange and yellow in the fall?