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The sun’s shining more. It’s getting warmer. And one thing’s for sure: Wet, dry, windy or hot, Nevadans will be gardening.
The sun’s shining more.
Enjoy this gardening show from last month, then listen LIVE at 9 a.m.
The world feels chaotic right now but a lot of the usual stress relievers like li
During quarantine and stay at home orders, many people turned to gardening to cope with boredom.
If you’re worried about food in light of the pandemic, you're probably getting ready to seed your garden. But what to plant? And how about those overgrown trees?
Research is coming out about the importance of planting trees to combat climate change. Trees absorb and store carbon dioxide.
Want the freshest fruit for making pies? (Or for anything?) This is the place
Sunday was bitterly cold in Las Vegas -- at least by Southern Nevada standards.
By mid-week, it’s going to be in the low-80s in Reno as a high temperature; and in Las Vegas, it’ll be in the mid-90s.
Southern Nevada got its first taste of monsoon rain this week, a welcome relief from the extreme heat of late.
It might have also been a welcome relief for the gardens and landscaping.
It just rained but does that mean it’s time to put the tomatoes in? Or should you have done that already?
The winter solstice has passed but we’re still in the middle of winter here in the valley.
The summer heat is upon us. And this summer, Nevada has seen record high temperatures. How is your garden faring through the brutal summer heat?
Yes, it’s Election Day.
And we’re giving you a break. Enough political. We’re going to talk gardening.