Aug 19, 2013 — Getting an early start on fall clean-up in the perennial beds depends on how much of a neat-freak you are. There's still lots of showy color in the coming weeks. Todd Moe talks with horticulturist Amy Ivy about ways to make room for late-summer color in the flower garden. Go to full article
Late blight on a tomato. Photo: Kirsten Jennings via flickr, some rights reserved.
Plattsburgh, NY, Aug 27, 2012 — Late blight was recently confirmed in a few more upstate counties. Todd Moe talks with Amy Ivy, Executive Director/Horticulture Educator at cooperative extension in Clinton and Essex counties, about tips for dealing with the tomato disease. Amy also has some ideas for late-summer perennial garden maintenance. Go to full article
Leaves on a maple at NCPR's studios in Canton have just begun changing color
Sep 13, 2004 — Fall is on its way and the trees are starting to change color. But doesn't it seem a little early to see autumn's colored foliage? Martha Foley and horticulturist Amy Ivy talk about the first signs of the new season. Go to full article