By Connor Ryan, HF&G Rhododendron Collections Manager: At Holden Forests and Gardens’ David G. Leach Research Station, one of the many things we do is breed rhododendrons.
By Brian Gibbons, Director of Gardens and Glasshouse at CBG The Horticulture team at the Cleveland Botanical Garden continues to clean up damage from the storm on December 1st. There were some “hangers,” a good way up in the specimen
The month of January, with its freezing temperatures and leaf-less trees, is a time when it’s easy to think of nature as dormant. While this might be true for deciduous trees and hibernating animals, this is far from true for soil organisms.
By Juliana Medeiros, When we consider the major challenges facing humanity today, it is exciting to think that plants can provide a myriad of sustainable solutions. Problems with water quality, our dependence on fossil fuels, food insecurity…
Holden Forest & Gardens will open one of its most popular annual experiences Orchids Forever at the Cleveland Botanical Garden on Saturday, February 13, 2021. The show will run through Sunday, April 11th.
By Alexa Wagner, Doctoral Graduate Student
One of Northeast Ohio’s most charismatic consumer of plants within our forests is the white-tailed deer. Perhaps you’ve even noticed their impacts in your own backyard garden.