Gardening With Gutner


Gardening With Gutner: Plants That Thrive In Shady Spots

For many of us urban gardeners, the shady areas of our garden are often the most challenging.



Gardening With Gutner: June Showers Bring Unwelcome Sights To Garden

They say April showers bring May flowers…so what do June showers bring?


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Gardening With Gutner: What Is Going On With Impatiens?

The common impatiens that New Englanders have used as a staple in their gardens are in danger!



Gardening With Gutner: What Can You Plant Right Now?

We asked Mark Saidnawey, owner of Pemberton Farms in Cambridge, what we can safely plant at this point in the season.


Flower Arrangements, horticulture

Gardening With Gutner: Planting Fall Bulbs

Sadly another gardening season is coming to a close but one of the last plantings you can do this Fall is to plant one of your favorite spring blooming bulbs for next season’s early color.


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Gardening With Gutner: Terrariums

In today’s Gardening With Gutner, WBZ-TV Gardening Expert Mark Saidnawey from Pemberton Farms gives Todd some tips on starting a terrarium.


(Photo courtesy: Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway-Facebook)

Gardening With Gutner: The Greenway Conservancy

From highways to gardens, downtown Boston has undergone quite a transformation in recent years, thanks to a group called the Greenway Conservancy.


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Gardening With Gutner: Apple Picking Tips

The apple season is well underway and with the warm temperatures that we experienced in March, the season is about 10 days ahead of a ‘normal’ schedule.


The Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston.

Gardening With Gutner: Gardening For Kids

There are so many summer camps to choose from for kids, so we traveled to Boylston, where there is a truly unique program.


Powdery Mildew on squash leaf. (Photo Credit: Mark Saidnawey)

Gardening With Gutner: Summer Garden Fungus

Here are some ways to fix the fungus problem that may be plaguing your garden this summer.