Mississippi Landscapes features a wealth of design, planning, and management articles and resources to help you develop your landscape—whether it’s for a residential backyard or to grow a downtown community.
Practical actions that can reduce lead in drinking water are highlights of a recently concluded multistate project.
The last few weeks have been hot and humid, and many of my gardening friends are ready for fall's cooler temperatures.
Mississippi State University Extension Service experts are hosting a Smart Landscapes program Aug. 4 to help homeowners develop thriving and ecologically friendly landscapes.
With Mississippi's legendary summer heat, everyone wants some shade trees in the home landscape. But with shade comes a unique challenge: what plants thrive with less sunlight? (Photo by Gary Bachman)
PICAYUNE, Miss. -- Pollinators are important to flowering plants and the food supply, but dwindling numbers of some of these creatures, including monarch butterflies and bees, have captured the public’s attention.
Many people want to help. But what can homeowners do to support these important pollinators?
Jennifer Buchanan, senior curator at the Mississippi State University Crosby Arboretum in Picayune, shared her top three tips for creating a pollinator-friendly garden.