Shape Up Your Garden By Pruning Your Perennials

August 15, 2020

When it comes to pruning perennials, most gardeners complete this task in the spring or fall. Did you know the late summer is also a good time to give your perennials a trim?  The heat of the...
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Protecting Your Garden During The Rainy Season

January 04, 2020

Rain is wonderful for our gardens but when it is heavy and includes strong winds than it can be quite harmful. Having too much rain can actually be detrimental to our gardens.  If you live in...
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DIY: Grow An Avocado Tree

May 27, 2018

When I was a kid I remember my sister, who is now my business partner, taking the pit of an avocado, putting several toothpicks in it and suspending it in a cup of water. I thought she was crazy...
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Trimming Lilacs

May 16, 2018

One of the most common questions I get from passersby each spring is “why are your Lilacs so full of flowers and mine aren’t”? This question typically has a very simple answer...
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DIY-Growing Mushrooms At Home

November 25, 2017

Mushrooms are neither a vegetable nor a fruit but are actually a fungus. Once you get past this fact they’re actually a very healthy addition to your diet. They are fat-free, low in calories,...
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DIY: Frost Damage Prevention

September 16, 2017

Nothing can be more frustrating than an early frost in the fall or spring. Just when you think you haven’t anything to worry about Mother Nature throws you a curveball. Frost injures your...
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DIY: Build Your Own Cold Frame

August 19, 2017

A cold frame is a useful tool that every gardener can benefit from. It can be used to jump-start your garden in the spring and to extend your harvest season in the fall. This enclosure helps to...
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