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The Best Gifts for Gardeners

Dec 2, '22

Looking for some gift options for the special gardener in your life, but not sure what to get them? You’ve come to the right place! There are a lot of great options out there, but if you are unfamiliar with gardening it can be difficult to know what you are...

How to Force Flower Bulbs Indoors

Nov 4, '22

Forcing flower bulbs indoors for Christmas is a great way to get some fresh color during the dreary months of winter. It is simple to do and can bring lots of joy around the holidays! Some bulbs that are ideal for forcing indoors include hyacinths, paperwhites, and amaryllis. They can...

Garlic Growing Guide

Sep 30, '22

Here in Pennsylvania, our season is reaching its crescendo when most gardeners have more tomatoes and peppers then they know what to do with. This abundance leads many gardeners down the path of preservation; whether that be canning, freezing or dehydrating in order to preserve summers flavors and bounty. In...

Grow your own Saffron!

Sep 16, '222 comments

If you are looking for a beautiful and unique spice to effortlessly grow in your garden saffron crocus might fit the requirements! Saffron crocus are by far the most popular fall blooming crocus. In recent years the price of saffron has increased substantially. This is mainly due to the amount of...

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12 Most FAQs About Cover Crops

Aug 12, '221 comment

What are cover crops? Cover crops are crops that are used to protect and improve the health of soil! They can be used in gardens, cropland, pastures, and lawns to achieve several different soil improvement goals. Protecting the soil from erosion, increasing organic matter, attracting pollinators, aerating the soil, and...