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Summer is coming to an end — but that doesn’t mean you should give up and let your garden go […]
Starting a fun new succulent project? Take a tip from Garden Answer and kick things off with Espoma Organic Cactus Mix, which is made specifically for cactuses and succulents.
Over 100 years ago in Athens, Georgia, 12 friends came together to share their plants and cuttings with each other. […]
A rainy week calls for an awesome indoor activity like this one! Remember: Anything that contains something is a potential […]
It’s time for another installment of our Q&A series with the wonderful folks who make Espoma such a great place […]
Have you thought ahead to your fall harvest yet? August is prime time to plant delicious and nutritious vegetables that […]
Watch Laura from Garden Answer plant for Fall! Featured Products:
Fall crops already? That’s right! Join Garden Answer and get some great ideas for food crops in the upcoming season. […]
When planting new trees, don’t forget to add a healthy combination of Espoma Organic Bio-tone and Iron-tone to help them […]
Are your tomato plants growing out of control? Time to tie them up with Bloom and Grow Radio‘s Tying and […]
A little vitamin boost from Bio-tone Plus before amending your soil is key when planting up a fresh tomato path. […]
We’re thrilled to jump back into our Q&A series where we highlight the talented folks who are working hard behind […]
Here at Espoma, our products are only as great as the team behind them. That’s why we’re excited to begin […]
Summer weather brings with it new planting projects. If you love having a fresh bouquet of flowers to keep you […]
With Memorial Day in the rearview, summer is officially here once again — and while we wish that meant nothing […]
Hoya have been popular house plants for decades and with good reason. They are extremely long-lived, have a classic, deep […]
Many people wonder when they’ll find the time for self-care. It turns out that plant parents have been doing it […]
In this fall episode of Garden Answer, Laura is making leaf mulch from her fallen leaves. It’s a free resource […]
houseplant care, potting soil, indoor plants
The brightest part of winter may just be decorating your home for the season. While hot cocoa, holiday lights and […]
Jungle cacti sounds like an oxymoron but in this episode of Plant One on Me, Summer Rayne Oaks talks in-depth […]
Apartments or small spaces are invitations to get creative with décor. There are many different ways you can grow indoor […]