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March is the month when many of the beautiful spring flowering perennials and shrubs begin to bloom. With Spring just around the corner, it is time to get serious and get the garden ready! The fickle weather of March makes it impossible to set exact dates...

Corn (Zea mays) is truly an American native, cultivated for more than 4,000 years by a variety of civilizations. Sweet corn is the home garden favorite, either white, yellow or bicolor. To me, fresh corn on the cob is the essence of summer (along with...

Repotting and Basic Care for Houseplants – $10 Learn the basic techniques for proper transplanting of your house plants. Let our staff members demonstrate the proper ways to move your plants from one container to another; including picking which pot size to use as well...

What does the term “organic gardening” actually mean today? Webster’s Ninth New Collegiate Dictionary defines “organic” (in terms of gardening) as “the use of food produced with the use of feed or fertilizer of plant or animal origin without employment of chemically formulated fertilizers, growth...

“Bonsai” literally translated means simply “plant in a pot”. Originally in nature, a seed could have fallen into a “pocket” in a stone crevice, some organic material became soil, and a tree was able to grow. Perhaps Bonsai began in this way. The Japanese get...

Many products exist for use in your garden. Here you will find a some tips and advice on common gardening products. Gypsum is a light-colored, finely powdered rocks or pellets containing calcium sulfate. Gypsum improves packed-down and clayey soils for water penetration (drainage) and aeration...

Summer bulbs are now on sale again. It’s time to get reacquainted with Dahlias, Begonias, Lilies and gladiolus. Not all of the bulbs are cold hardy but those that are not can be saved indoors and replanted year after year. As a general rule, plant...

March is the time to care for your existing roses and to plant new ones. The sun is getting stronger and the days are getting longer. The roses are starting to show signs of breaking dormancy. Buds are beginning to swell and some may even...

Apricots are stone fruits  (or drupes), all of which contain a single, hard, woody pit. Originally from China, even though they were long believed to have come from Armenia, hence the Latin name Prunus armeniaca. They were carried through Southwest Asia, reaching Italy around 100...

Successful gardening means you are simply doing it (and hopefully, enjoying it). It has nothing to do with prize-winning plants or abundant harvests. It has nothing to do with the results of your planning, preparation, care and maintenance or the end result. There really is...