Garden Hack of the Month: Eggshell Do’s and Don’ts

January 10, 2018

Since the majority of us consume eggs, whether sunny side up or in cookies and cakes, we all have leftover eggshells. But, if you have a garden, don’t throw them out quite yet! Once they have been rinsed out of any remaining egg, sterilized, and dried, eggshells can be re-purposed and used in many places… Read more >

Woodinville side yard vegetable garden Garden Hack of the Month: Helpful Gardening Apps

December 13, 2017

With freezing temperatures hitting our region the past couple of weeks, many of us have headed indoors instead of being outside (and who can blame us!). While there’s not too much to do in the garden right now, we can start getting ready for spring with these helpful and fun gardening apps. These apps are… Read more >

Before, During, and After Sheet Mulching Garden Hack of the Month: Sheet Mulching

November 15, 2017

Although we’ve seen plenty of rain and wind the past couple of weeks, it’s a good time to think about any changes you’d like to make to your garden before the nice weather returns in Spring and Summer. A big change that many people are starting to make is getting rid of lawn area, as… Read more >

Fall Garden Cleanup

September 20, 2017

When the weather starts to change and the leaves start to fall, many of us want to get out into our gardens to tidy things up before the rain and snow come back in full force. But, even though this list may look daunting, it actually can be done quite quickly without much pruning or… Read more >

Eco-Lawn Low Maintenance Grass Seed Photo Courtesy of Eartheasy How to Maintain a Healthy Lawn Without Chemicals

June 30, 2017

Having a lawn not only provides a place for children and pets to play, but it also helps with storm water runoff by absorbing water, produces oxygen, and creates a nice cooling effect. But, we all know that a lawn takes time, money, and effort to maintain and keep it looking lush and green. According… Read more >