Growing a green yard without using a heap of chemicals and still keeping it green and weed free is a challenge. Here are a few tips to help you keep your yard green and natural at the same time!
Blueberries are sometimes a quiet fruit. These little gems can be packed full of gentle sweetness, or they can feature a boisterous sweet-tart taste that makes you pucker your lips and smile. If you love blueberries, you’re not alone. They rank up there with my all time favorite fruits.
Bronze fennel has become popular far beyond the licorice flavor the herb brings to dishes cooked in the kitchen. It is found in many flower garden styles and potted combinations. Spending $2 or $3 for a pot of herbs has developed into an inexpensive strategy for adding variety to a mixed plant combination. Gardeners use […]
We used to compost mango seeds, pineapple tops, and even celery roots but just imagine the possibilities if you rescue cuttings or seeds that otherwise would go in the compost or garbage….yes exactly it’s free food! I cannot wait to share the success we have had with rooting or taking cuttings off of plants.
Invasive plants are the first to come to mind, but there are others that just don’t play well with others and will actually keep your vegetables from producing as they should. Learn to identify these garden bullies.
A lot of effort can go into planning our your dream garden. Despite all of your efforts, mother nature can throw you a curve ball. Be as prepared as you can be by first starting with the freeze dates in your area. Found out how!