Unique Plants for Summer Containers

Unique Plants for Summer Containers

Posted on Apr 23, 2019 | by Kerry Kelley

Depending on your location, you may be just arranging some cool weather annuals in your spring containers, or you may be already looking toward changing those out for a permanent summer planting. Either way, once you know you're frost free it will be time to trot off to the nursery and decide what will fill your racks and baskets this year. We'd like to suggest something different for those of you bored with the same old, same old. So if you're feeling just a little adventurous, read on!


Vegetable Gardening - in small or large spaces

Vegetable Gardening - in small or large spaces

Posted on Mar 20, 2019 | by J Kirkpatrick

Start planning now for spring... For those who enjoy home grown vegetables, now is the time to start. Even if you live in an apartment or condo there are wonderful options.  Creating a garden is a lot easier than you think. With a little careful planning you can enjoy an easy-care garden that provides you with armloads of delicious homegrown vegetables from spring till fall - regardless of your space.


Terrariums - open or closed?

Terrariums - open or closed?

Posted on Aug 30, 2018 | by J Kirkpatrick

The true meaning of terrarium is a closed environment – a few small plants growing in a transparent sealed container – its own little ecosystem. Water inside the terrarium is constantly recycled. When moisture from the air condenses on the glass walls of the terrarium, it is then returned to the soil and absorbed by the plants’ roots.


Bees - more than just the honey bee

Bees - more than just the honey bee

Posted on Apr 28, 2018 | by J Kirkpatrick

Bees – we have all heard “save the bees” and while it is concerning, most do not delve deeper into the issue. And once you do, it – like many issues we face these days – seems overwhelming and not something we can actually do something about.


Deep Watering . . . what is that?

Deep Watering . . . what is that?

Posted on Mar 01, 2018 | by J Kirkpatrick

It sounds simple enough. Deep watering simply means completely drenching a plant's root system to ensure a more than adequate supply of water. Generally speaking, to deep water a plant, the water must soak at least eight inches or more beneath the soil's surface.


Planning an Outdoor Wedding

Planning an Outdoor Wedding

Posted on Jan 16, 2018 | by J Kirkpatrick

An outdoor wedding is a dream for many couples, and there are a variety of locations to consider - scenic landmarks, historic estates, parks, the beach, or even your own backyard. Getting married outside in the sunshine, surrounded by the beauty of nature and your friends and family, makes for a lovely celebration. But an outdoor wedding takes planning, forethought and attention to details. Although you cannot control the weather, you can work around it. Here are some tips for planning a successful outdoor wedding.


Holiday Gift Plants - Hooray or Oh, No!

Holiday Gift Plants - Hooray or Oh, No!

Posted on Dec 08, 2017 | by Kerry K

Oh, boy.  Someone just brought you something in a shiny foil wrapper with a big bow.  It's so very pretty......now.  Well, you'll just look at the directions.........which it doesn't have.  What now?  Never fear.  Many holiday plants aren't really meant to stay alive for long, anyway.  Some are surprisingly easy to care for.  And then there are a few that are simple to care for and can grace your home with cheerful holiday blooms year after year.  Here's my list from best to worst, based on flower power, ease of care, and potential longevity.





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