Category: Gardening

Indoor Gardening to Pass Time During Coronavirus “Quarantine”

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 »

Test Your Soil and Get Growing

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 »

Pushing Plastic out of your Garden

As gardeners (new or seasoned) we feel proud of the fact that we are contributing to nature with our gardens and landscapes. Something we might not be so proud of though is the amount of plastic that can be used while taking care of your garden. From plastic pots and tools to labels and disposable… Read more »

Perks of Growing your own Produce

The perks of growing your own garden and watching it flourish can be one of the most satisfying things to see. The feeling of accomplishment of not having to rely on other resources to be able to grow something tasty is a great thing. But, the benefits of growing your own garden don’t just stop… Read more »

Gravel Gardening

As a gardening or landscaping enthusiast, you must know how wonderful it is to see your plants grow and flourish. But, it takes a lot of hard work to get there. That hard work involves finding the proper plants, getting quality soil, weeding, and all of the watering to make sure your garden grows. Well,… Read more »

Stop Mosquitoes from BUGGING you!

The weather is warming up, the sun is setting later, the grass is greener, and unfortunately the mosquitoes are swarming! It’s difficult to enjoy the warm weather and your backyard when you are constantly swatting at bugs and mosquitoes. It’s time to give your arms a rest. There are many different ways to deter pesky… Read more »

Bring Your Tulips to Full Bloom!

April showers bring May…tulips? The answer is yes! But only if you prepare your garden for them! The best time to plant tulip bulbs is in the fall when the soil temperature drops down to around 55 degrees, ensuring that they have plenty of time to fertilize. Adding a layer of mulch to protect the… Read more »