The Olcott Park Greenhouse in Virginia, flourished in its heyday, supplying bedding plants for elaborate floral displays in the park and around town and hosting huge begonia and chrysanthemum shows that drew thousands.
Spring is just around the corner and for many people, that means it’s time to plant the garden. Growing your own fruits and vegetables is one of the healthiest activities you can do.
The Hibbing Area Age to Age program came to Hibbing last year with the goal of bringing people of all generations together to strengthen our relationships and bring about positive change and growth for our community.
We started gardening when our three sons were quite young (the 1970s), planting flowers and a small vegetable plot. Over time, we became much more serious and established larger and separate gardens.
The Iron Range Partnership for Sustainability, or IRPS, has been working for nearly a decade to promote environmental and economic sustainability on the Iron Range.
The Hibbing Farmers Market has more than 20 vendors who bring items to the market to sell to customers. Vendors bring homegrown garden vegetables and fruits, baked goods and/or hand-crafted items.
When you see images of spritely-colored vegetables falling in slow motion through cascading water, you might wonder where they came from … or where they’re going.
Northern Landscapes, located at 2103 Hwy. 37 (1 mile east of the roundabout) in Hibbing, is a one-stop garden center. It is owned/operated by Peggy Jivery and her daughter, Liz Kolden, who serves as store manager.