It’s January, Here Is What You Can Still Plant

January 03, 2021

With many of us facing snow and colder temperatures, this is a great time of year to be planning your garden for spring.  If you have a greenhouse, you probably have thought of numerous...
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Transitioning Your Garden From Summer To Fall!

August 30, 2020

As we are nearing the end of August, many of us will see a continuation of summer and others will start getting ready for fall. Either way, there are lots of things to do in your garden. 

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The Art of Deadheading Is Important To Know

August 09, 2020

Deadheading is a phrase you hear a lot when speaking with gardeners, but do you actually know what it really means? Deadheading is not some form of medieval torture. It is simply the removal of...
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Consider These Gifts For Valentine’s Day

February 06, 2020

While Valentine’s Day is probably the most flower focused holiday of the year, the reality is that few flowers are blooming this time of year unless it is from a...
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Tips On Protecting Your Plants In The Winter

January 26, 2020

Frost starts when the temperature drops below 32 degrees Fahrenheit.  When this occurs plants can get damaged.  Frost will generally occur during clear nights where there are few to no...
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The Value Of A Garden Journal

January 04, 2020

As we head into a new year, this is a great time to get your garden organized.  If you don’t use a garden journal, it is something to consider. A gardening journal provides a written...
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