Looking for a way to revive, rejuvenate, and give new life to your tired, worn out hanging baskets and container plants? As late summer arrives, many hanging baskets and potted plants purchased back in the spring begin to show serious
Do you want a quick and easy, homemade salsa recipe? Well look no further! This is our ‘go to’ recipe when we are looking to prepare fresh salsa in minutes with the ingredients straight from our garden. Don’t worry, if
When it comes to maintaining a productive summer vegetable garden, there are a few simple garden chores that go a long way in helping to keep your plants strong and healthy. Better yet, those chores also just happen to and
When it comes to a simple, productive and extremely low-maintenance way to garden, it’s hard to argue with the success of this year’s 5 gallon bucket planter box experimental garden at the farm! What all started from a simple suggestion
We absolutely love hot & spicy pickles. We eat them on sandwiches, as a quick afternoon snack, and even put them in our Bloody Mary drinks on Saturday morning. However, they are not easy to find at most grocery stores.
Believe it or not, there is a bit of an art to knowing when to pick tomatoes from your tomato plants. And it really does have a big impact on the flavor and nutritional value of your tomatoes, and even
July is here, and the daily routine to find and remove the hornworms attacking our tomato, pepper and potato plants is underway. And are they ever out in full force this year! This has been an exceptionally active year for
I imagine that you are coming here to find out how to can green beans because you have more than you know what to do with. Either your garden is producing beans like crazy, or you found a great deal
Although spring and fall are popular times for splitting and dividing perennials, many perennials can be divided as soon as they finish blooming in the middle of summer. And summer dividing holds big advantages for both you, and your landscape!
Sometimes it’s better to be lucky than good – like accidentally stumbling on to one of the most beautiful, longest blooming perennial plants we’ve ever grown at the farm. And are we ever glad we did! Not only are its