Three tips for growing annuals.

Three tips for growing annuals.

Check Out These Great Tips For Growing Annuals 1. Planting and spacing: Plant transplants closely so they fill in quickly. Usually, the tag will say to plant 8 to 12 inches apart, so pick 8 inches for a great show of flowers more quickly. I actually take a ruler into...
June Flower of the Month – Rose

June Flower of the Month – Rose

What’s in a Name: some say the genus name of Rosa is derived from the Celtic rhos or rhod (meaning red) others from a Roman beauty named Rhodanthe History: The most popular story of the rose’s origin centers around a beautiful Roman woman named Rhodanthe, who traveled...
Pansies

Pansies

Pansies are a traditional favorite, beloved for their pretty blooms that brighten cool-weather landscapes. They also work well in window boxes and containers, where you can appreciate the pretty blossoms up close. For best growth and flowers, plant in moist, fertile,...
GARLIC PLANTING IN EARLY SPRING

GARLIC PLANTING IN EARLY SPRING

Why plant garlic? It’s the world of flavors that await in every bulb, of course! Cooked garlic offers several dimensions that come alive depending on how you prepare it, (of course it belongs in so many Italian dishes!) and so many varieties are available in the...

Veggie Planting Guides and Tips

Each person has to decide at what point their garden is ready for certain types of herb and vegetable plants. Creating a planting calendar will help you plan correctly from seed to harvest. Perennial herbs can be planted just about anytime it starts o get warm, but...