Garden Makeover Contest

After spending the winter watching the garden makeover shows, it’s inspired us to do one in our area (within 50 miles). If you know someone that deserves a little help, post a photo of their garden & why you’re nominating them on our Facebook page. The posting with the most “likes” on June 10th will win their […]

Try Something New This Year!

Here are 3 great plants to try this spring. ..that is if we ever get to Spring! Tomatoberry This tomato plant produces unique, strawberry shaped fruit.  Small 1″ diameter, deep red fruits are thick, juicy and sweet enough to eat right off the vine!  Great for salads and snacks. Indeterminate growth habit Requires Full Sun, […]

Neonicotinoids & Bees

It’s hard enough to say, much less spell, but neonicotinoids have been the talk of the horticulture industry the past year and recently in major newspapers.  If you haven’t heard of them, probably your first thought is what’s the big deal.  Neonicotinoids are a class of neuro-active insecticides that have been developed over the past several decades to kill […]

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