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.


Gift Ideas for Gardeners

Gift Ideas for Gardeners

Posted on Oct 26, 2017 | by J Kirkpatrick

In my book, it is pretty easy to choose a gardening gift; but maybe that’s because I am a gardener. So to help those who are not gardeners sort through the myriad of gift choices, we thought it might be nice to put together a little gift guide for those who wish to purchase a meaningful gift for a friend or family member that is a gardener, yet know nothing at all about gardening. So here goes….


Do you like Figs?

Do you like Figs?

Posted on Oct 11, 2017 | by K Kerry

Do you like figs? If you're like a lot of us, you may not know. But any true fig aficionado will tell you not to even mention Fig Newtons when answering that question. If you've never eaten a fresh, ripe fig, you've never eaten a fig. And figs are not all the same. Depending on the variety, they may taste of honey, caramel, lemon, or even chocolate, and be sweet, bright and fruity or nutty.


Choosing Plants for your Garden Arch

Choosing Plants for your Garden Arch

Posted on Sep 02, 2017 | by Kerry K

I've heard of growing fruit trees in the home garden in columnar form or as an espalier, but never heard of a fruit tree arch. Simply put, it's an arch designed to support fruit trees, one planted on either side, until they meet at the top. How cool is that?


Using Arches, Gazebos, Pergolas & Rose Pillars in your Landscape

Using Arches, Gazebos, Pergolas & Rose Pillars in your Landscape

Posted on Sep 02, 2017 | by J Kirkpatrick

Garden structures such as garden arches, trellises, gazebos and pergolas separate the exquisite garden from the mundane. To elevate your garden from a collection of plants to a distinctive enclave of tranquility that echoes mood, purpose, absence of time and heightened meaning, consider not only what is planted in it, but how your garden is shaped.


Planting a Window Hayrack

Planting a Window Hayrack

Posted on Aug 08, 2017 | by J Kirkpatrick

The first question often asked is, "What is a hayrack"? Just as the name implies, hayracks were used years ago in English barns to supply hay to farm animals. They were placed up high and the animals could reach up and pull a mouthful of hay to eat between the widely spaced bars.


Transitioning plants from outdoor spaces to indoor spaces

Transitioning plants from outdoor spaces to indoor spaces

Posted on Jul 01, 2017 | by K Kelley

Lately I've had numerous requests for plants that transition well from outside in the summer to inside when the days turn chilly. And why not? If you have the space and the right conditions indoors, there's no sense in tossing out a perfectly healthy plant at the end of the season.





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