This is a beautiful formal garden that you don't normally see in demonstration gardens. It's a knot garden. More >> This is a beautiful formal garden that you don't normally see in demonstration gardens. It's a knot garden. More >> It's been a long winter and we're all anxious to enjoy our favorite summer time activities like kayaking and canoeing, but keep in mind the water in Lake Champlain is still a dangerous 38 degrees.More >> Garden expert Charlie Nardozzi has tips on how to handle spots where it seems like nothing will grow.More >> What to plant around your pond or wet areas. More >> Great options for perennial flower borders! More >> It's finally feeling a little bit like spring, but many ski areas are still holding on to a lot of snow.More >> Why wildlife might not be any happier about this extended winter than we are!More >> Interesting succulents for your sunny window!More >> It might be late March, but you'd never know it judging from the conditions on the mountain. In this Slopeside, Nick Borelli takes us on a visit to Pico.More >> Have you ever wanted to create an English cottage garden?More >> This week on Slopeside we're heading to the Granite State, and checking out Cannon Mountain.More >> While some of us are looking forward to spring, diehard skiers aren't willing to give up on winter just yet, especially with the snowy forecast. Nick Borelli takes us to Smuggs.More >> How to plant a hillside herb garden!More >> The calendar might say March, but it sure doesn't feel like it. That means ski conditions are more like mid-winter. This week on Slopeside, Nick Borelli takes us to Jay Peak.More >> Vermont is known for producing Olympic-caliber skiers, some even train on the smaller hills. This week on Slopeside, Nick Borelli takes us to one of these small gems, Cochran's ski area.More >> Tropical plants you can have in your garden!More >> Rain and warmth are in the forecast, but should we be concerned with flooding? Probably not this time around.More >> In 1980, the Winter Olympics were in our own backyard. This week on Slopeside we're taking you somewhere with a long Olympic heritage, Whiteface Mountain.More >> Here's a fun way to check out Vermont. Nick Borelli takes us on a sledding tour.More >> After seemingly endless weeks of waiting, skiers finally got what they were hoping for-- a lot of snow. This week on Slopeside Nick Borelli takes us to Bolton Valley where it's a powder day.More >> Potting sheds are a theme at the Berkshire Botanical Garden!More >> The snow is falling across our region, and for skiers that's a welcome sight. This week in Slopeside, Nick Borelli takes us south, to Mount Snow.More >> A visit to the beautiful Yaddo Gardens in Saratoga!
Evening Planets: Jupiter is at its highest position in the evening sky as darkness falls. The planet is very high up in the South as night falls. The planet dim down a bit but is stillMore >> Pre-Dawn Total Lunar Eclipse!More >> While this winter season has not been characterized by big snowstorms and powder days, skiers are still out there carving up the slopes at the Middlebury College Snow Bowl.More >> A testing ground to see what roses work in our region. Sharon Meyer and Charlie Nardozzi visit the trial garden at the Central Rose Garden in Schenectady, N.Y.More >> There's no getting around it -- Mother Nature has not been kind to winter sports enthusiasts this season -- snowmobilers included.More >> Nick catches up with some skiers and riders who had the day off for Martin Luther King Day at Stowe.More >> Temperatures have been all over the place and we've even seen occasional rainstorms. Nevertheless, some die-hard skiers are still hitting the mountain. This week on Slopeside we're taking you to Stratton.More >> A visit to the spectacular rose garden in Schenectady!More >> Lift ticket prices can be pretty hefty these days. But some skiers got a break at Sugarbush's Mount Ellen. That's where Nick Borelli is taking us this week in Slopeside.More >> Some parts of the area will see quite a bit of snow this week, and this will bode well for area ski resorts. This week on Slopeside, Nick Borelli takes us south to Bromley.More >> Garden expert Charlie Nardozzi shows us how to keep finicky ferns alive.More >> Ideas on fun, indoor gardening project for kids.More >> The cold temperatures have the snow guns going. Ski areas are trying to open up more terrain in time for the holidays. In this Slopeside, Nick Borelli takes us down the trails of Okemo.More >> Here's the latest on the comets!More >> Expert advice on some new and improved suet options to help lure colorful birds to your house.More >> Many of our backyards are more brown than white these days, but it's a different story up on the mountains. Nick Borelli kicks off Slopeside this season-- first stop: Killington.More >> Protect your roses from winter cold!More >> Mary Dichard and her family have been using ski racks for a few years. "Coming home when there's snow on the skis or snowboard, it's better to have it on top of the car rather than inside," she said.SkiMore >> Ski season will be in full swing before too long. Nick Borelli has some tips on the best way to haul your gear to the mountain?More >> Gardening season may be over, but the work isn't done until your tools are safely tucked away for the winter.More >> It's a sign of the season when the snow geese make their annual migration south across the North Country. But in recent years, they have been flocking to a new location, and it's all because of what's being served for dinner.More >> Update on the 3 Dawn Comets: The big news is how Comet ISON is turning into a flop instead of the brilliant showpiece comet. Comet C/2013 R1 (LoveJoy): This comet continues to slowly brighten up. RightMore >> Comet LoveJoy is now the brightest and biggest of the Dawn comets.More >> Berries bring color to your fall landscape!More >> How good is your soil?More >> If you want spring color in your garden, now is the time to get busy.More >> Grow your own fertilizer!More >> You can grow kiwi in Vermont!More >> Have you ever wondered why the White Mountains appear more jagged than the Green Mountains? Or why some of our area is so flat? Nick Borelli spoke with the state geologist to learn the history behind our local landscape.More >> Skies were bright and clear Tuesday morning, after Monday night's rain. The fields and the trees got a drink and the grass is greener than ever. In Rutland County, while the storm brought down some leaves,More >> Sharon Meyer finishes up her fall tour of covered bridges and what's left of the fall foliage.More >> Brian Drourr is a man who appreciates a challenge. Not satisfied with simple scenery, he wants to capture the colors of the Aurora Borealis in the night sky. The first challenge is to be ready when itMore >> Local photographer has flare for night photographs.More >> Ski season is just around the corner, so it's time to tune-up that muscle memory. Nick Borelli shows us a few exercises that will help you get ready to tackle the trails.More >> Believe it or not, there still hasn't been a killing frost in some parts of our region. And garden expert Charlie Nardozzi's plants still look great! Charlie shows us some blooming annuals that won't quitMore >> Sharon Meyer and Charlie Nardozzi hit the garden to show us some annuals that keep on going even after a frost.More >> Sharon Meyer explores the bridges and fall foliage in the Woodstock area.More >> All historic covered bridges have a story to them, but the covered bridge in Danville is special. "It was the economic center of Danville and was extremely important. People came from all over to getMore >> Sharon Meyer's fall foliage tour stops in the covered bridge capital of the Northeast Kingdom.More >> Garden expert Charlie Nardozzi introduces us to some interesting tomato relatives you may want to try in your garden.More >>