Plattsburgh, NY, Jul 02, 2012 — Wildflowers are putting on their midsummer show. Roadsides are especially lovely this time of year, with black-eyed susans mixing in among the day lilies and queen anne's lace. But some should come with a big sign "do not touch" around their stems. Cornell Cooperative Extension horticulturist Amy Ivy has a short list of noxious plants. She tells Martha Foley that tops on the list just now is wild parsnip.
Nov 03, 2008 — Most of the leaves are off the trees, but there's still yard work this fall. Martha Foley and horticulturist Amy Ivy have some tips for dealing with vines - Virginia Creeper, grape and bittersweet. Go to full article