Cornell Cooperative Extension is your local connection to the research, information and expertise of your land-grant university. The Horticulture Program provides research-based ornamental horticulture information for home gardeners and commercial horticulture businesses.
CCE-Monroe County Master Gardener Volunteers welcome you to attend our 21st Annual “Gathering of Gardeners” symposium. We are gathering on September 9th at our NEW location: DoubleTree (by Hilton) Rochester, 1111 Jefferson Rd., Rochester 14623.
Spring Gardening Series in partnership with the City of Rochester Flower City Feeling Good
Horticulturist Walter Nelson will lead a walking tour discussing the trees n Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Sunday, May 21 beginning at 2 PM. Enter the East Division at the traffic light on L
Check out this list from Cornell's Garden Based Learning Program to see what varieties they recommend as being well-suited to NY State gardens for 2017!
This detailed guide will teach you how to have a "climate-friendly" garden. It provides ways to reduce chemical inputs, improve compost, and how to use cover crops to increase soil health.
This 2017 perennial plant of the year offers many butterflies nectar & foliage sustenance for monarchs. Deer resistant this sun loving plant is also drought tolerant
Last updated May 19, 2017