5 tips to make the most of autumn leaves in your garden

October 21, 2014
Photo by Connie Oswald Stofko

by Connie Oswald Stofko Do you know that there are people who essentially throw their leaves away? They rake them out to the curb and wait for someone to haul them away. I find that amazing because those autumn leaves are a valuable commodity for your garden– yet they’re free! Here are five tips...
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Corpse flower updates: Morty’s ‘sibling’ leafed out & is on display; third plant is budding

October 21, 2014
Corpse flower updates: Morty’s ‘sibling’ leafed out & is on display; third plant is budding

by Connie Oswald Stofko Remember Morty the corpse flower that bloomed last summer at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens? Well, it has siblings. In July, the Botanical Gardens purchased three corms (bulbs) of the plant Amorphophallus titanum. The plant is commonly called a corpse flower because, when in bloom, it emits a...
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Garden Walk Buffalo accepting applications for grants; deadline is Feb. 17

October 21, 2014
Garden Walk Buffalo accepting applications for grants; deadline is Feb. 17

Applications for Marvin Lunenfeld Beautification Grants are now available from Garden Walk Buffalo, the largest garden walk in the nation. The grants, named for Marvin Lunenfeld, Garden Walk Buffalo’s founder, have helped fund dozens of garden beautification projects across the West Side of Buffalo for a total of more than $50,000 in the last...
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Tell your gardening friends– It’s free to subscribe to Buffalo-NiagaraGardening.com!

October 21, 2014
Tell your gardening friends– It’s free to subscribe to Buffalo-NiagaraGardening.com!

by Connie Oswald Stofko There are people who have been reading Buffalo-NiagaraGardening.com for years and didn’t know they could subscribe! And it’s free! Yes, you can just visit our website without subscribing, but when you subscribe, you get notified every time new content is posted. That way, you don’t miss a thing! You’ll get...
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