5 Reasons to Cool Down with Warm Season Vegetables Saves you lots of money. Fun to do with the kids, Gets you outside into the fresh air & sunshine. Provides the best flavor, freshness & nutrition Satisfaction of growing your own food
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For Sweet Results, Feed Acid Loving Plants. Imagine enormous pink rhododendrons, evergreens that are vigorous and deep green without any yellowing, and sweet blueberries fresh from your garden.
Don’t let those cute little faces fool you — pansies are tougher than they look —and unafraid of a little cold weather.
There’s no reason for green thumbs to turn pale at the idea of growing orchids. True, some orchids are demanding, but others, not so much.
Bulbs are so easy to plant, and so worthwhile when they bloom. What are you waiting for? Get inspired by our favorites and get started by following a few simple steps.
Time to bring your plants back indoors for the Winter? Here are few simple tips to ensure a healthy transition. Plus, this is also a good time to think about repotting.
When Summer is coming to an end, help your lawn come back healthier and even more beautiful next spring. It’s easy. Just follow 8 simple steps:
What’s So Great About Hanging Baskets?
Hanging Baskets… Are beautiful!, Last a lot longer than cut flowers, Add visual impact by bringing plants up to eye level, Are moveable and add interest in unexpected places, Can be purchased ready-made if you prefer –just hang ’em., Don’t require digging or weeding
Gardeners can be Choosers – Let your imagination flow with possibilities, but keep a few things in mind. Think about sun, wind and shade requirements and where you’re going to place your plants.
It’s a popular tradition to buy Mom Roses for Mother’s Day. This year, why not consider giving her some roses that will last for years rather than a few days.