One of the easiest and best plants to grow during the fall season is garlic. An integral ingredient of a lot of recipes, growing your own garlic can be fun and ensures you always have the freshest ones to work […]Read More
October always brings an introspective vibe with it. It’s a time when things start to slow down. Animals prepare to hibernate, tree and plants drop their leaves and Mother Nature takes a collective yawn to take a deep nap. During […]Read More
Fall is usually in full swing by October and many gardeners believe in leaving their garden beds alone for the season. This is done in preparation for the winter planting season. However, the moderate weather in October makes it perfect […]Read More
Growing a cactus garden indoors is not very difficult, as long as you have the proper information. But don’t worry – we have you covered!
First and foremost, you must buy healthy plants only. Look for robust plants, and use a […]
The fall season is the perfect time to prepare your garden for the upcoming cold winters. It’s your time to fertilize your garden, get rid of weeds and dead plants, apply a layer of organic compost, and grow cover crops […]Read More
While September marks the start of fall, you still have time to grow some healthy, fast-growing plants! Most of the plants we share below can be harvested before the first snow fall in our southwest area.
Are you already wondering what […]
The winter season is considered a quiet time for gardeners. Due to snowfall, all activity in your garden may stop. But if you don’t want shrubs and weeds to grow in your garden, you should take some precautionary measures to […]Read More
You might think August is too late in the year (or too hot) to plant in your garden. But given that monsoon season often stretches into August, now might be the perfect time to plant.
Plants that are native to the […]
Most people equate planting season with late spring after the last frost. Indeed, that is when you can plant most of your vegetables and garden plants. Planting after the frost protects the plants from freezing, of course, and planting early […]Read More