With the recent snow and single-digit wind chills, most of us have already packed away our gardening gloves. But Lake Effect gardening contributor Melinda Myers says there's still work to be done.
With the changing of the season, temperatures are getting colder and plants are facing fluctuating temperatures.
Amid the lively chaos at the Wisconsin State Fair lies a little oasis with cooler temperatures and greener horizons.
Wisconsin's early settlers didn't plant gardens for decoration - they were their primary food sources.
The imminent Independence Day holiday is another milepost in the annual gardener’s calendar.