There are several plants you can incorporate into your lawn and garden to keep those pesky mosquitos and other insects away. Gnats, biting flies, and ants can ruin your outdoor activities! Mosquitos are especially important to prevent as much as possible because they can carry serious diseases such as West Nile, Eastern Equine Encephalitis and… Read more »
Spring is a time of growth and rebirth. It is important to prepare your garden early as well as maintain it throughout the season to ensure continual beauty. Here are some tips to get your garden ready for spring! Pull all weeds. Whether they are weeds from last year or new ones that have sprouted… Read more »
With so many people and families hunkering down because of the Coronavirus, we felt it might be a good idea to talk about indoor planting and preparing for your outdoor garden. Here are a few ideas and some things to remember for next winter so you can grow fresh herbs and some vegetables yourself! Indoor… Read more »
First, and foremost, the soil in your vegetable garden MATTERS! Testing your soil can make the difference between a great vegetable harvest from your garden or another dud this summer. Now, if you buy your soil from us, you’re already getting soil tested for all the right nutrients needed. You may be mixing soils, though…. Read more »
It’s really not that difficult to have an organic vegetable garden and only involves some basic steps.
Now that we are settling indoors for that long winter nap, it’s time to take a hard look at your landscaping needs for the next outdoor season. If you start to build a plan now on changes you want to see with the landscaping in your outdoor spaces, you’ll be way ahead come April. Here… Read more »
It’s almost like we skipped Fall and jumped right into Winter this year. Halloween certainly wasn’t the nicest! Right now, we have a few calm days before the real cold hits and if you haven’t taken care of your garden and prepped it for next year, we are here to help a few tips! Clean… Read more »