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Plant Just One Seed This Spring

Have you heard about the new space-saving seed that grows tomatoes, potatoes, cucumbers and even radishes all on one plant?  I have not either.  Actually there is a plant that grows tomatoes and potatoes, but we will leave that for another time. Instead I...

Sad-looking plants? Try this

The azalea that is paler than the others, the hydrangea that just doesn’t seem to be growing or a dogwood that barely blooms; we all have that one plant that just isn’t happy.  Like an unmotivated 15 year old teenager, sometimes they just need a kick in the butt....

It’s Okay to Fail

“Thanks for allowing me to fail over and over”, followed by a peck on the cheek. That was my wife’s greeting to me this morning while eating breakfast. An idea she had for a dessert for the garden club didn’t turn out as planned the night before.   Why is it we...

Scavenger Hunt

Scavenger Hunt  Write in the names  By office (in front and beside the office) Find a Lover from the South   You can play me in a band   Annual Area Black shade cloth area across the drive from the office Find three annuals with a food in their...

Who doesn’t love fresh, juicy strawberries?

Have you thought about growing your own?   Strawberries are pretty easy to grow, but do require some soil preparation and attention during the growing season.   Start by locating a sunny spot in the yard where your patch will receive at least 8 hrs of...

Is Your Garden Complete?

Ignoring the fact that our gardens are never finished, I was heading in a different direction with this question.   Quite often we base our plant selections on visual appeal. Sometimes we are drawn to a fragrance, and for many of us it stops here. If this...

A Welcoming Focal Point at Your Front door

For various reasons many of us don't get as excited about planting our front annual beds each year.  Problem is this can leave our landscape lacking in color or interest.     Patio trees make a wonderful focal point, and with some imagination can...

5 Tips to Reduce Our Gardening Chores

1. Proper pruning leads to less pruning. Shearing your plants actually promotes an abundance of new growth. Prune judiciously removing entire branches from within the plant, or cutting branches back to where another branch originates. This type of pruning will not...

David Austin passes leaving an incredible legacy

"Every day I marvel at my good fortune to have been able to make a life out of breeding roses. My greatest satisfaction is to see the pleasure my roses give to gardeners and rose lovers worldwide." Even as a child growing up on a farm in England, David Austin had a...

Gardening success starts with this easy test

Why should we have our soil tested? To know if our soil has nutrient deficiencies To know if the ph level is within range. If it’s not then can’t take up nutrients Help diagnose plant or lawn problems, Need a complete picture as possible when determining what is going...

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