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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...

Preparing Your Garden for Winter

Oct 12, '21

In the fall, the crisp air eventually turns cold and our time to work in the garden comes to a close. Let’s face it, most of us are rather excited to have a break from the work, but to have a successful garden again next year, one last final effort...

Can I save seeds for next year?

Aug 26, '201 comment

  Can I save my seeds for next year? The short answer is “Of course!” but there are a few key things to keep in mind if you plan on saving seeds for the following year. To start, when you are buying seed make sure that everything you buy is...

How to Plant Grass Seed

Jun 10, '201 comment

Basic Information about Grass and Seeds Earlier this spring, I tossed handfuls of leftover grass seed on the bare patches of my suburban lawn and expected to wait a few weeks and have a luxurious lawn that would be the envy of the neighborhood – green, lush, free of weeds....

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Spring Fertilizing Tips

Apr 12, '19

Spring Fertilizer Tips from Laura   Laura walks us through the best ways to fertilize trees, shrubs, perennials in early spring. Always make sure you see some growth on your plants before you give it any fertilizer. When Gardening, always begin with the soil. Organic fertilizer “feeds the soil that feeds...