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Spring Veggies

Let’s share some tricks and tips for a successful cool temperature spring vegetable season. Cool season vegetables…

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Gardening for Pollinators

Congratulations for supporting pollinators!  Even if you don’t have acreage, you can start with a grouping of…

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Seed Starting 101

WHEN should I sow seeds? When you’re starting seeds indoors, timing is everything. The goal is to…

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Cover Up!

What’s low and no mow? Groundcovers! This term encompasses a wide range of low-growing plants that do…

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Fantastic Fronds & Friends

Some folks think only of the ubiquitous sword fern when ferns are recommended by us greenies here…

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Pollinator Pals

Pollinators are necessary not only for fertilizing flowers for fruits and nuts production, but are also needed…

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Protecting Your Garden from Critters

1.   Plant what they don’t like. In general, deer and rabbits don’t like plants that have strong…

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Natives & Nativars

Native gardening is becoming increasingly popular in conventional and organic gardening. The two main reasons generally cited…

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Stars of Spring: Sweet Peas

Sweet Peas offer a range of colorful, fragrant, and floriferous vines perfect for bridging the gap between…

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Carefree Camellias

We often hear from customers that the hardest time of year for garden interest are the dark…

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