Do you love having fresh organic radishes in your salad?
Are you ready to get out into your garden this year?
Spring is officially tomorrow and it is just about time to start planting cold-tolerant vegetables. Radishes are the perfect cold-tolerant vegetable to plant this season because they mature in as little as 3 weeks.
Would you like to know where to get started in your yard this spring?
Warmer temperatures are right around the corner and spring is only a few days away. If you haven’t started planning your spring gardening agenda, now is the time. Today, we would like to share with you some great tips on what to do in your yard this month.
Are you looking for an easy to grow flower that will come back year after year?
Would you love the add that “something special” to your garden this spring?
One of our favorite perennials to grow is the Veronica, commonly known as the Veronica Speedwell. While there are over 500 different species of veronicas that come in a variety of types and sizes, the Veronica Speedwell is an attractive perennial with long tubular spikes. Its beautiful flowers come in a variety of colors including pinks, blues, purples and whites. They also add that extra something special to landscaping.
We have often said that perennials are a gardener’s bread and butter. Perennials are loved by all because they are plants and flowers that return year after year. Usually when a plant has been labeled a perennial you can expect it to come back at least 2 years after planting it.
March has come in roaring like a lion and it finally is starting to look like spring it is on its way. This has been on cold and snowy winter for many areas in the U.S. Even our neighbors in the southwestern part of the country have felt the sting of this difficult winter.
As we turned our clocks forward this past weekend, we are also looking forward to spring and starting our gardening.
Would you like to learn how to grow cauliflower organically?
It is almost time to start planting our cold season crops like cauliflower. While growing most of the cold season crops is fairly easy, cauliflower is a bit more temperamental. Today, we would like to share with you why and how to fix it.
Would you love to grow your own tomatoes this year?
Welcome back to our Beginner Gardening Wednesday series. This series is designed to offer tips and tricks to all gardening levels.
For this Beginner Gardening Wednesday, we turn our attention to staking tomato plants. Growing tomatoes is a great first step if you are new to gardening. They are fairly easy to grow and offer a rewarding harvest. Who doesn’t love a BLT sandwich made with garden fresh tomatoes?
Wondering what you can already be doing in your yard right now?
While it looks more like February, March is finally here. There are only 17 days until the first day of spring! Today, we would like to share what all Pacific Northwesterners can be doing this month in your yards and gardens.
Winds undulate while snowflakes accumulate! So cold it’s hard to believe we’ll be relieved but Spring has sunshine up her sleeve. And tho we’re wary, we know snow is temporary!
~ 2008 Old Farmer’s Almanac
Great news! There are only 23 days left until spring. March 20th is the first day of spring and I know I’m counting the days. Like the quote above, sunshine is coming along with the season of growing.
For some parts of the country, gardeners will already be able to get out and start planting. Even here in Southeast Michigan, by the end of April, we will be able to get out into the garden and start preparing.