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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...

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...

Top 8 Ways that Cover Crops Improve Soil Health

Jul 25, '22

Cover crops have so many amazing benefits and are an essential part of soil health. Even so, you may be asking yourself, why does it matter to me? Even if you are not a farmer or gardener, understanding that the use of cover crops can make a huge difference in...

Fall Bulbs for Spring Blooms!

Oct 22, '212 comments

Fall is busy, so why not make gardening easy! Plant your bulbs in the fall and let nature do the work. Fall bulbs such as daffodils, tulips, and hyacinths are super easy to plant. Arguably the hardest part of planting them is designing your flower bed and remembering what and where...

Getting to the Root of It

Aug 25, '21

Have you ever thought much about what plants need to grow? Being that plants are alive, they need some of the same things that you do to survive (think Maslow's hierarchy of needs, but plant version). Most notably plants need sun, water, air, stable temperatures and food; among other things....