We are so excited to announce a brand new addition to the website, an easy to use garden advice and resource page we call the OWG Garden Guide Page. When it comes to any topic on gardening, you name it,
We are often asked if we could only give our one and only absolute best garden tip – what would it be? Up until a few years ago, the answer would often bounce back and forth between three of our
Now that the garden is in, its time to keep it looking great with a few mid-summer vegetable garden tips! So much work goes into spring planting we sometimes forget that once summer arrives, there is still work to do.
Who knew you could grow sweet potatoes in such a small space, and with so much production! We love sweet potatoes. Over the past few years, they have become one of the staples of our diet. They are an incredible
If there is one simple gardening method that can help feed your family consistently, its succession planting. Succession planting is all about sowing the right amount of seed to have plants to feed your family for a specific period of time. As
It’s hard to believe that the first week of June is nearly in the books! But as the temperatures start to warm up, and the garden begins to take off – it means it’s time to start pruning our tomato
Garden season is here! Over the course of the next few weeks, millions upon millions of tomato, pepper, cucumber, zucchini and other vegetable plant varieties will make their way into gardens. Getting your plants off to a great start is a
It’s nearly impossible to believe that in just a few weeks, we will be heading into another planting season at the farm. That is of course if Mother Nature finally starts figuring out that planting a garden actually requires warmer temperatures
If there is one thing that gardeners from around the world all dream about – it’s a weed free garden! Weeds are not only unsightly – but compete with the vegetable plants and flowers in your garden for the valuable minerals, nutrients and
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.