More From Green and Growing's Ashley Frasca

Every year, I passionately share citizen science projects with my listeners and each August, Georgians get excited about the Great Georgia Pollinator Census!


Many gardeners have been disappointed about a puny tomato yield this season. This could be in large part due to the prolonged, dry heatwave we experienced back in June.





Everyone says that orchids are simple actually, we just tend to overthink them. Well, I have managed to keep two alive for years but have not been rewarded with even a second flush of flowers.





I’m just a few more good months shy of turning 40. Life moves at the speed of light! But one thing that I have found which slows it down to a nice pace from time to time is gardening.






They are difficult to see, but tiny whitish green worms with orange heads on the undersides of the leaves are likely the culprit! These are the larvae of the Rose Sawfly, and they eat holes in your rose leaves.


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