Posts Tagged "planting"
For as long as I can remember, there was a thin line between winter weather and spring weather. A question often asked is, “what’ll happen to my bulbs that have popped?” Good question. Most spring bulbs, with the exception of tulips, are very hardy and very reliable. Most come from mountain climates where the weather […]Read More
It’s time to start your seeds. Most seeds should be started about 6 weeks before our last frost day. In the gardening world, we like to use Mother’s Day as the last frost date. For cold weather crops like peas, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, spinach, and kale you can sow them outside now. We have a […]Read More
What is a Freshtival? Well, to us it’s a weekend full of fun, food and planting. It’s how we celebrate our community and the arrival of Spring. Live music, great food and fun for the whole family. Just like years past our favorite food trucks will be here all weekend long. Van Wilgen’s greenhouse will be alive […]Read More