Warm Weather's Impact on Gardening
Storm Team4 Meteorologist Amelia Draper explains how the warmer weather may impact home gardens.
Native Plants Are Resilient and Cost-Effective for Gardens
On this Science 4 Everyone, Storm Team4’s Ryan Miller shares the benefits of incorporating native plants around your home.
Gardening Tips for the Spring
News4’s Erika Gonzalez shows tips to get your front lawns and gardens ready for the spring and warm weather.
Once a Landscaper's Favorite, Many States Are Now Banning the Callery Pear
The Callery pear’s flowers stank, its branches flew off in the wind, and it had a nasty habit of spreading to where it wasn’t wanted. Now it’s being banned in some states as an invasive species.
Tips to Get Your Garden Ready for the Summer
Dominique Charles, owner of Plots and Pans, shows how to get rid of pests and grow at-home produce this summer.
This SoCal Man Quit His Job to Become a Plant Street Vendor. Here's How.
One of the recurring memories Jesse Aleman has of his 22-year career as a concrete finisher is when he was pouring concrete on a road in California. “Every time we’re digging a hole, ‘sucks to be you!” The Moreno Valley, Calif., man is referring to what drivers would shout as they passed him and his fellow orange vests on...
Why This Man Left His Job as a Concrete Pourer to Sell Plants
Jesse Aleman’s job as a concrete pourer was affecting his mental health. So he made a big change: He quit his job and started selling plants from a street cart. And he achieved viral TikTok fame in the process.
What Do Street Vending, Brunch, and House Plants Have in Common?
Street vending, brunch, and house plants have more in common than you may think. In this episode of “Connect the Dots,” Fernando Hurtado ends up on #PlantTok, meets a street vendor selling plants, and learns about why some black plastic can’t be recycled.
News 4 Your Sunday: Gardening
News4’s Pat Lawson Muse spoke with City Blossoms Executive Director Rafael Woldeab and U.S. Botanic Garden Senior Education Specialist Lee Coykendall.