In his latest "Gardening for Life," Jose German shares tips to keep summer plants happy and healthy. Mulch, water and feed, he says!
Clean, water, trim, seed, and enjoy! Tidy up your garden beds now for a beautiful summer, writes Jose German in the latest 'Gardening for Life.'
In honor of Arbor Day, on Friday, April 26 (2-5 p.m.) and Saturday, April 27 (10-1 p.m.), Montclairites can receive free native-to-New-Jersey trees.
History and heritage: An archival picture by Mitchell Kelly shows three people enjoying the Presby Memorial Iris Gardens circa 1945.
Spring is here, but the last frost date is on May 5. In the meantime, here's your gardening to-do list, writes Jose German in "Gardening for Life."
Children and adults are invited to participate in nature and conservation activities during March at the Essex County Environmental Center. There are three sections of “Little Explorers Spring Nature Program,” a child-caregiver class uses...
Growing your own vegetables can improve your health, writes Jose German in the latest "Gardening for Life." Here are some tips.
The Montclair Department of Health and Human Services, HOMECorp, and Montclair Community Farms are offering ways to community garden and public workshops in Montclair.All public workshops sponsored by the New Jersey Healthy Communities Network...
Jose German is a New Jersey environmental activist, Essex County certified master gardener and Montclair resident. He is the founder of the Northeast Earth Coalition (neearth.org), a nonprofit environmental organization.By JOSE GERMAN For Montclair Local“There...
The summer is over and the start of fall is bringing cooler weather. Jose German offers a list of steps to help your garden hibernate.