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 >

Garden Hack of the Month: Garden Tool Storage

October 22, 2018

After a full spring and summer of gardening, garden tools can get misplaced or heaped into a disorganized pile. The next time you need to find a tool you’ll feel like one of those people in an infomercial struggling to find what you need. These garden tool storage hacks will keep your space organized and… Read more >

How to Care for Peonies in the Fall

October 4, 2018

Peonies offer some of the best fragrant flowers in the garden and for flower arrangements. These tips will get your herbaceous peonies ready for fall and winter so they can have the best start in the spring. Once the foliage starts to turn yellow and die back, use clean pruners to remove all of the… Read more >

5 Ideas for Dog-Friendly Gardens

September 19, 2018

Whether you have a big or small dog, creating a space where you and your pets can spend time outside is important. These 5 ideas (along with these tips) will keep you and your dogs happy and safe while you both enjoy your garden. Plant Choices Choosing the right plants that will not only look… Read more >

Fall Garden Tasks

September 17, 2018

The weather is cooling down, the rain has come back, and the leaves are falling. Before the temperatures start getting too cold, it’s a good idea to take a look at what upcoming tasks you can tackle in the garden. Following these simple fall gardening tasks, will have your garden looking clean and tidy all… Read more >