ENCINITAS, Calif. (AP) — The bloom of a giant and stinky Sumatran flower nicknamed the “corpse plant” because it smells like a dead body is drawing huge crowds to a Southern California botanical garden.
“It’s tempting to keep the trays after popping our spring blooms,” says Gordon. “Unless you’re a regular gardener, there’s no reason to keep these trays after transplanting. Clear them out so you don’t have to deal with spiders or other garage critters that will make a home in them.”
Wildlife officials in South Carolina are asking boaters to keep their eyes peeled for an invasive species of jellyfish that can grow to beach ball size and are big enough to damage boats and fishing equipment.
A sunflower maze has been planted near Fukushima. Sunflowers are believed the help soil absorb radiation and were also used following the Cher…
PARIS, Ill. — A seemingly endless field of sunflowers is in bloom in east central Illinois, a golden spectacle that’s drawing families from all co
Fairfield is known for its multitude of outdoor activities.
Last year, REI Co-op acquired the local guide company Arizona Outback Adventures, resulting in a fat portfolio of outdoorsy tours - biking, hiking, kayaking, rafting and more.
LAKE ELSINORE, Calif. — Like Dorothy in the “Wizard of Oz,” the Southern California city of Lake Elsinore is being overwhelmed by the power of…
SALEM, Ore. — The words blasted to cellphones around Oregon’s capital city were ominous: “Civil emergency. prepare for action.” Within half an…
Nothing beats a big wisteria in full bloom to catch the eye in a garden.
Harmful algae blooms have become a top water polluter, fueled by fertilizers washing into lakes, streams and oceans. Here's a look at the algae menace and what's being done: