Growing Tomatoes

Tomato.  Ta-MAY-toe.  Ta-MAH-toe. Ta-may-ta.  Mater. Doesn’t matter to me (Amanda) how you say it.  In my humble opinion, tomatoes are one of God’s greatest gifts to mankind.  Whether they are on a salad, sandwiched between two pieces of squishy white bread and a generous slather of mayo, sliced and served solo with salt and pepper, …

Today in Bloom…

Spring has officially sprung and the garden center is looking colorful again. Get inspired by a few of our favorite perennials in bloom right now: Iberis sempervirens – Candytuft This low growing evergreen looks great all year! The leaves are evergreen and it spreads densely but not aggressively. In spring, it’s covered with white flowers. Grow it …

Spring Container Gardens

With all the warm weather we’ve been experiencing, I’m sure you’re aching for spring flowers and color like we are. Finally, it is time to fill our shelves with bright annuals and lush perennials! Whether you have a shady porch, or sunny patio, there are annuals to brighten up your space. Containers are great because …

Garden Chores for March

At last: spring is here! It’s time to turn some attention back to your garden. Hopefully with this recent warm weather, you’ve had the itch to get out already and start weeding your beds. If not now is high time! Besides weeding, here are some other garden chores to focus on this month:   Fertilize …