Create Super Soil! Whether its hanging baskets, planter boxes, raised beds, or an Any Age Anywhere Garden Box – the key to successful container growing starts with the soil mix. Use good soil – and you’ll likely get good results.
Even though the snow and cold of winter’s dark days will be upon us soon enough – it doesn’t mean it’s time to forget about your garden. In fact, wintertime is actually the perfect time to plan, prepare and create all kinds of garden projects to
The leaves have begun to fall!!! It’s the time of year when the skyline and ground begin to turn brilliant shades of red, orange and yellow thanks to all of those beautiful leaves. Those falling leaves may be a bit
Mary and I both love to mow. In fact, we have a friendly ongoing competition to see whose “stripes” in the yard look the best. But both of us agree that we never want a great lawn at the expense of having to
We get asked quite often about the best ways to grow a healthy and more productive garden – so as the garden season approaches in full force during the coming weeks here in the Midwest – we thought we would share
It is just about planting time for the garden at the farm. Well, actually, it already is for some of our Heirloom Seeds and Plants like our onions, sugar snap peas, cabbage and potatoes – which all went in the ground this week.
If you have always wanted to garden – but think you can’t because you don’t have access to a rototiller, great soil, or endless hours of extra time or money – don’t despair – it’s still possible! Gardening does not have
It’s not that hard or costly to create a self sustaining garden, really! Contrary to popular belief, gardening does not have to be an expensive venture! Especially when using self-sustaining, organic methods that can keep your soil full of life,
There is nothing quite like a few perfectly placed hanging baskets and potted plants to add a big splash of color to the landscape of your house, garden, patio or porch. When used in combination with the lush “greens” of ornamental
It used to be that if you told someone you were an organic gardener – they looked at you as though you had to be some sort of crazed hippie, separated from the rest of the “normal” world. Thankfully, organic