Garden Hack of the Month: DIY Tool Cleaner

August 17, 2018

Once you’re done pruning and trimming in your garden, you’ll want to take care of your gardening tools as best as you can. This DIY tool cleaner will help keep the metal parts of your handheld tools clean and sharp and if you have wooden handles, the oil will keep them from drying out and… Read more >

Garden Hack of the Month: Regrowing Vegetable Scraps

July 13, 2018

Once you’ve harvested your veggies, what do you do with all of the scraps? You might compost them or throw them out like most people. But did you know that there are some vegetables that you can regrow instead of having to sow new seeds or buy new starts? Before you throw your next harvest… Read more >

Garden Hack of the Month: Pruning Sedum x ‘Autumn Joy’

June 15, 2018

Autumn Joy Sedum is a great late summer-fall bloomer that benefits from summer pruning to keep it looking its best. Pruning Autumn Joy Sedum in June will result in a shorter height which means the stems will be stronger. They’ll be less likely to flop over, and the growing habit of the plant will be… Read more >

Garden Hack of the Month: Use A Rain Barrel

April 10, 2018

With our rainy spring weather hitting us in full force, many of us are probably in the mindset that we don’t need to worry so much about watering our plants right now. But what happens in the middle of July or August when the summer heat really sets in? While your plants might not need… Read more >

Garden Hack of the Month: Perennial Fruits & Veggies

March 7, 2018

We all love our perennial flowers because we can get them planted and established and then they continue to bloom year after year without a ton of fuss. But what about the fruits and veggies in your garden? We spend a lot of time amending the soil, sowing seeds, watering, keeping pests (and our furry… Read more >