The biggest focus this month is, “When can I DO something?” If you have been asking yourself this question, the answer is a LOT! March is the month to really get started
How many times have you read that on a plant tag you are considering buying? The most popular tune of organic gardening is “add more compost”.
The closest thing I can find to a directory on getting local manure is CraigsList. I am sure if you look hard enough you can find a location or farmer in your area that will happily supply you with enough…
Worm castings are one of the few available resources today that offer numerous proven benefits while offering no bad side effects. Not like pesticides and fertilizers with special hazardous handling advice, worm castings promote plants and root development without the…
Kacper is just singing our song! Got this from him in the mail today… “You must see this because if you don’t have great soil, all the other “tricks” I can teach you really won’t mean a thing. It’s really…
Composting is really not a big deal. Anyone can do it, and everyone should do it. Allow me to break it down for you and give you suggestions on how to start your own compost pile and reap the benefits.
Whether you’re one person with a little garden or a large landscape company, a topsoil screen can make you more efficient Topsoil screens come in a variety of configurations, from small, individual screens to huge motorized pieces of equipment
The foundation of any garden, be it organic, container, square foot â€“ whatever, is itâ€™s soil but how many of us actually understand how these soils develop into the different types we have in our garden â€“ mine is almost solid clay It is my frequent mutter that you could take a spade of soil and dump it straight onto the Potterâ€™s Wheel
So often you hear “It is all my parents fault” occasionally I even hear m mother taking the blame for my occasionally caustic personality thought I’m fairly certain I’ve never blamed her for my questionable vocabulary and sharp tongue Not that she is shy by any means just a little more diplomatic.
Newly evolved “superworms” that feast on toxic waste could help cleanse polluted
industrial land, a new study says.
Here it is fall and the garden is ready to snooze. Hold it, there is more work to be completed. Some mulching and some pruning.
If you are serious about your beloved garden then you will be serious about your local garden supply center You want to be sure that your garden center supplies quality plants and garden tools