Posts Tagged "soil"

Raised Bed Recipe 101

Posted on May 9th, 2021

Thinking about making a raised bed for this season? Well, we’ve got the perfect recipe. A bucket of this, a bag of that, and voila, you have the perfect base to grow the most beautiful veggies. Getting the right recipe for the soil in your raised bed is as delicious as making the perfect stock […]

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Houseplant Potting 101

Posted on February 15th, 2021

With spring just around the corner, now’s the perfect time of year to consider giving your houseplants plants a little refresh. Give them a fresh start this season with some new soil and maybe even a larger container. So, gather up your plants, a bag of potting mix, and let’s get messy! (Your plants will […]

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5 Tips to Plan Ahead

Posted on March 9th, 2020

The ground is starting to thaw, temperatures have started to rise just a bit, and that means it’s time to get outside and dust off your lawn and gardening tools. It’s nice enough out now that we’re encouraging everyone to get outside and start your spring clean up. March might seem early, but I promise […]

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Special Soils for Special Plants

Posted on November 11th, 2019

The seasons have officially changed. With that, it’s time to start thinking about some new homes for all those house plants that have made their home outside for the summer. As you bring each plant in it’s a good time to clean up your plant babies, check their roots and repot if necessary. Depending on […]

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Thanks Dad for the Summer veggies

Posted on October 26th, 2017

(Tucking your veggie garden in for the winter) Thanks to my Dad and his wonderful veggie garden, we had delicious, fresh veggies all summer long.  My daughter and I really miss the fresh tomatoes but we will enjoy his homemade tomato sauce this winter.  To reciprocate, I am bringing home a little goody bag from […]

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Creating A Cozy Retreat

Posted on April 28th, 2017

Small-scale gardening is a hot topic!  Many great books have been written on the subject and growers are developing more and more dwarf trees and compact shrubs to fit those needs.   Baby boomers are “downsizing” and Millennials are moving into their first homes, creating a growing demand for ornamental and edible plants that fit comfortably […]

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