We have put together a collection of 15 great gift ideas for the mom on your list who likes to garden. From candles with plantable packaging, to personalized gardening tools, to Roo and Joey aprons, we have you covered.
Are you falling in love with your new role as a plant parent and wondering how you can grow this role and possibly take it outdoors? It can be intimidating to think about starting to grow plants and maybe even vegetables outdoors, but you can do this! You are a proud...
Are you a new plant parent and have plans that will take you out of town? Here are some simple tips that will keep your plants happy while you are away.Gather your house plants (if possible) and make sure they are in a place that gives them plenty of sunshine...
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We have found 12 gifts under $50 that will be sure to please. From the newest Garden to Table cookbook to a darling coffee mug to remind her how much you love her all year long, we’ve covered the bases and can’t wait to share them with you.
Often, the end of the Summer season doesn’t bring a huge wave of motivation to get in the
garden and grow, but these simple measures can alleviate hardship later and bring a harvest
So grab your favorite garlic variety from your local garden center or grocery store and start planting the cloves. It is an easy way to enjoy garden to table goodness and keep the vampires away. ????
have you heard of Gjetost? If not, you are not alone. We were a little skeptical at first, but oh goodness, when paired with a granny smith or pink lady, it had us coming back for more!
I have found that this one thing can help you start off the year with a disease free rose bed. Also, never place diseased rose leaves in your compost bin. They should be removed all together from your gardens space.
We have collected 10 interesting facts about dahlias ranging from who is credited with their discovery to why you may not have ever seen a blue dahlia. These facts and more can be found in our post “10 Interesting Facts About Dahlias That May Surprise You.”
Begin with a container. Salad greens have tender root systems and will flourish in a raised container. Use a container made of natural materials such as untreated wood, steel, or clay. Be sure there is a drainage hole and that the container is at least 6 inches in height. The best news? Lettuce plants grow super fast and can be harvested over and over again. It really is the most wonderful way to begin gardening.
Getting kids in the garden early in life has so many benefits for their immune systems and their mental health. This goes for adults too! Starting healthier lifestyle habits at a young age has proven to carry through life as the person grows. It’s so much easier to start something from the beginning than to try and change your ways years later.
A large part of our vegetable garden is planned for an abundant crop of tomatoes. The tomatoes in our garden are grown for the enjoyment of summer eating and snacking, but there’s also a much bigger plan.