I have been spending a lot of time looking at all the different early vegetable seeds for our Spring garden these past few days. I think I am more of a dreamer than an actual doer.
There simply is nothing like picking a fresh tomato from your garden, and dinner is served. The funny thing is that I actually hated tomatoes and would never eat one till about 4 years ago.
In our last blog, we talked about how to plan your garden, including starting from seed. Now it’s time to think about or begin, planting your garden outdoors. Remember, two very important steps in gardening are...
As the National Garden Bureau celebrates its 100th anniversary (1920-2020), it seems timely to reintroduce the concept of victory gardening with quick and easy steps to plan and grow your own vegetable garden.
Growing culinary herbs is an easy way to participate in the garden-to-table movement, but some herbs are easier to grow than others. See what's worked in our own display herb garden.
Sometimes it's nice to see how something works for someone else before trying it out for yourself. To that end, we have an herb garden in front of our store to show you how certain herbs behave in a real garden setting. Read about what's working and what isn't here.
Growing your own herbs is easy, economical and gives you the freshest ingredients possible. Plus, there are way more plant varieties to choose from than what you could buy at the grocery store, so you can experiment with new flavors!
Peppers are a great way to add fresh flavor and nutrition to your meals. And, with the right know-how, they're easy to grow at home!
Growing your own fresh vegetables is possible even if you have limited space to work with. Use these tips to help maximize your yield!
Four of our most popular herbs for growing also feature heavily in a popular song by Simon and Garfunkle. Ever wonder why? What do the lyrics mean and where did the song come from? Find out here!
March is Women’s History Month, so we thought it appropriate to remember a few women who made strides in the area of horticulture. First up, a woman who was key in developing and commercializing the cultivated blueberry. Click through to read her story.
Get excited for growing your own food! There are so many ways to add fruit and vegetables to your landscape, even if that landscape is itty bitty. Read on to learn more about your edible plant options.