Are you looking for some tips that will help turn your thumb green?
Welcome back to Beginner Gardening Wednesday. This is a great series if you are new to gardening. Every Wednesday, we share some tricks of the trade to help turn your thumb a little greener. Today, we are sharing tips you don’t want to miss if you looking to plant a garden.
Are you looking to get your hands dirty this month?
Are you unsure what you should be doing to prepare your landscape for winter?
Today, we wanted to share with you some gardening to-dos for the month of September. Last year, we published an article called September Gardening Tips and Tricks. Today’s article is going to be an expansion on that one, because fall is right around the corner and there is so much to do. In that article, we shared about the importance of fertilizing your lawn and what trees and plants are perfect to plant. As I’m sure you guessed that there are more tips.
Would you like to plant trees and shrubs this fall?
It was such a pleasure to sink one’s hands into the warm earth, to feel at one’s fingertips the possibilities of the new season.” – Kate Morton
Gardening is one of those rare things that bring a feeling of something new every time. It reminds you that so many wonderful things are possible. This coming month is no different. September is perfect time to plant trees and shrubs.
It didn’t occur to me that… that gardening, like music, could demand practice, patience, a willingness to make mistakes.” – Amy Stewart
Sometimes when gardening like in life, things do not always go the way we planned. That is why we at Rootwell Products Inc. want to help by offering information about gardening so that you know what to do when things don’t go the way you planned. In light of that, today we are sharing about how to prevent the peaches in your garden from getting diseases.
As summer is coming to an end, are you already thinking about next spring’s garden?
Flowers always make people better, happier, and more helpful: they are sunshine, food and medicine to the soul. – Luther Burbank
Luther Burbank was an American botanist who lived during the turn of the 20th century and development over 800 varieties of plants. He was a man who loved gardening and his quote seems suited for today as we are sharing about flowering bulbs for your spring bulbs.
Can you believe it is already time to start thinking about spring bulb planting? Today, we are sharing 3 of our favorite flowering bulbs
Are you looking to add a little something extra to your landscape for next spring?
Would you like to an easy to grow tree that is worth growing?
Welcome to another Beginner Gardener Wednesday. We are running a series that is targeted towards our greener thumb community. Every Wednesday, we provide tips and tricks that make gardening easy. Whether you have been gardening your whole life or you’ve just started, this series is for you. Today, we will be taking a closer look the crabapple tree.
Can you believe that we are already talking about planting a fall garden? This summer has flown by. Schools all over the nation are starting and trees in northern zones are ready to turn color. Today, we wanted to share with you about getting started on your fall garden.
Many vegetables like broccoli grow better in the cold making fall vegetable gardens a great idea. To know when you want to plant you fall garden, you need to know when your areas first frost is likely to be.
Are you looking to add something extra healthy to your garden this fall?
Do you love a good broccoli salad?
Recently, one of our friends has introduced me to broccoli salad. While the salad is not completely healthy with the added sugar, my whole family is now eating this green vegetable, willingly. Today, I want to share with you about why we should be growing broccoli in our gardens.
Today in the mid-west, it has been a pleasant rainy day perfect for the tomatoes I’m waiting to harvest. It is also the perfect day to share 4 simple steps to planting watermelon.
Watermelon is the all-American summer fruit. In high school, I was on the cross country team and when we would go on long runs on hot summer days our coach would always have watermelon waiting for us. I remember it being such a refreshing treat.
Let’s take a look at how to plant watermelon in 4 simple steps.