Garden Hack of the Month: 5 Uses for Honey in the Garden

September 19, 2019

While honey certainly tastes delicious and it has its own medicinal benefits as well, honey has quite a few uses in the garden, too. If you have a jar of honey lying around, consider trying out some of these gardening tricks. Propagation If you’ve had trouble with growing plants from cuttings of your plants, you… Read more >

Garden Hack of the Month: Uses for Pool Noodles

June 19, 2019

As fun as pool noodles are in the pool or the lake, they’re actually quite useful throughout the garden as well. For delicate fruits and veggies like tomatoes or beans, you can use them as a cushy top on the cage for the vines and stems to rest on. Cut the pool noodle to the… Read more >

Garden Hack: Spring Garden Tasks Calendar

March 8, 2019

Now that the snow is gone, the rain is returning, and we’re getting a little bit more sun, your garden is waiting for you! Following these spring garden tasks will have your garden looking great for all the new blooms and foliage to come. March Pruning Best time to prune most plants before they start… Read more >

Garden Hack of the Month: Vertical Gardening

December 14, 2018

Vertical gardening opens more possibilities for adding plants to your space rather than just on the ground level. If you have a smaller outdoor space, this could add much needed planting space that you might not have had otherwise. You can even add vertical gardening options in your house, as well. Fence Planters- You can… Read more >

Garden Hack of the Month: Soil Testing

November 16, 2018

Have you ever had a harder time than normal getting plants to grow in your garden or notice that certain spots help plants flourish more than other places? These results could be due to what’s in your soil. If you’ve had problem areas or you’re just interested in getting your soil tested, you have quite… Read more >