Garden Hack of the Month: Winter Garden Tasks

December 9, 2019

Although things in the garden tend to slow down in the winter, there are a couple of tasks you can keep up on throughout the winter months to prepare for a beautiful spring soon to come. December – January                                                                                   Lawn   Stay off your lawn as much as possible when frozen or extremely wet… Read more >

Deer Resistant Gardens (Interview + Book Giveaway!)

October 25, 2019

If you’ve ever had a garden, whether ornamental or edible, you’ve probably seen a deer or 2 or 5 come through your garden and chomp away at plants. This can be incredibly frustrating especially knowing how expensive plants are and how much work you put into helping your garden grow and thrive. We talked with… Read more >

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 >

What is Dry Farming?

June 12, 2019

Dry farming, also known as dryland farming, is a type of farming where crops are grown without supplemental irrigation (some often refer to dry farming as farms that don’t use municipal water, as well). Dry farming techniques have been used for years and can be implemented at both large and small scales. In dry farming,… Read more >