Growing Garlic If you have ever tasted home grown or local farm grown garlic you know it is far superior in flavor to what you can buy in the grocery store. Garlic is an easy crop to grow and planting it in October/early November will ensure you a bountiful harvest next July – which will […]
We’ve heard the term and we’ve heard we are to stay away from GMO’s. But what really is GMO? Just like the terms “organic” and “natural”, the use of the term GMO (Genetically Modified Organism) has been used in the media interchangeably with the term GE (Genetically Engineered); these are not the same. So what […]
As beautiful and popular as hydrangeas are, they cause their share of confusion among gardeners. Not least of all because hydrangeas even have their own language – a set of terms that is uniquely associated with this widely grown genus. Here, we’ve tried to define the words that are often thrown around in conversations about […]
Topsoil is the top layer of the earth’s surface. Topsoil is dark in color and high in organic matter, which makes it very easy to till and fertilize ground for growing plants. It is scraped from the ground and sold in bags or bulk, often called “black dirt”.
Sick of white? Think tropical colors for 2015 Every spring brings the excitement and anticipation of new flower varieties and colors. Below is a sampling of our favorite “newbies” we will be planting for you this year: