Last updated: January 10, 2017
One of our goals at Rootwell Products, Inc. is to provide you with gardening tips to help you be successful at gardening. Once a year, we publish a roundup of the most popular gardening articles from the previous year. We love to see what our visitors are reading. This lets us know what strikes a chord with our readers and how we can do more of it. We appreciate you!
Last updated: January 4, 2017
Have you ever noticed a fancy birdhouse and thought about building one yourself? I have such great memories of watching birds at my grandfather’s kitchen window, sitting at his breakfast table. He always kept a birdfeeder or two right by the window. A constant stream of finches and hummingbirds made for a happy morning quite often. However, what I didn’t learn until later was that some of those birds made the fruit and vegetables in his nearby garden grow bigger and healthier.
Last updated: December 21, 2016
Do you miss gardening in the depth of winter? I know I do, and winter has barely gotten started. If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably been dreaming of having a greenhouse on your property for years, even when you knew very little about how to build one or what you’d grow in it. I just love the look and feel of walking into a nice greenhouse – especially when the weather outside is cool or downright cold. There’s something so invigorating about all those living plants around you in the warm, humid air.
If you’re wondering about the best reasons to build a greenhouse, look no further!
Last updated: December 13, 2016
I don’t know about you, but I like to see where my Christmas tree is growing and cut it down myself every year. I love to watch children wander around the land where the trees are all growing and speculate about which tree will look best nestled in the corner of our home decked with lights and special ornaments.
At home, I especially love that first whiff of pine when we’ve brought in our bit of the outdoors. It’s even better with a cup of hot cocoa, some Christmas music playing in the background, and snow falling outside the window.
Last updated: December 6, 2016
If you are an avid gardener, or an avid cook, you may know that the secret to creating the most flavorful dishes lies in fresh ingredients. You know that salad tastes best when it was growing in the dirt half an hour ago and sun-ripened tomatoes have no store-bought match for taste and consistency.
Last updated: November 30, 2016
Many of us spend the warm months outside, enjoying the beauty of nature and putting our hands in the dirt. When winter months come, those of us in cold climates long for green things to see, smell, and feel. This is a list of trees that can be grown indoors for those long months when the sight of a green tree is scarce.
Last updated: November 28, 2016
Winter is definitely coming. For many people in the United States, the leaves have already dropped from the trees and snow has made it’s presence. While the approaching holidays are a great distraction from the passing of fall, it can still be disheartening for many people who love all things green and warm. If you are feeling the winter blues coming on, we have your cure – visit your local indoor conservatory.
Last updated: November 15, 2016
Can you imagine life without the extravagance of a refrigerator? It is so nice to be able to keep cold so many of our favorite and essential foods. It is hard to believe that for centuries people functioned fine without this modern day luxury.
One time tested way that those before refrigerators survived daily life was by using a root cellar. A root cellar was an essential part of everyday homes. Not only are these cellars great for storing your favorite produce, they have many different purposes that can help you feel like to you face any storm or zombie apocalypse that comes your way.
Last updated: November 8, 2016
Tulips are among the most favorite flower in America. Their mid spring appearance added by their bright colors are a sight for sore eyes after a long hard winter.
Last updated: November 1, 2016
During this amazing beautiful fall season there is a lot that can be done around the yard. While the spring season is a typical time to plan your garden, the fall can prove to not just be a good time, but a better than the spring season for planting.