Stephanie's granddaughter, Zoe, enjoyed making a simple Bee Hotel
March is time to do some Spring yard work which includes edging and mulching. Stephanie explains how she decided to help this year.
Early March is a wonderful time to check out your local independent garden center. Print out our March Gardening Checklist this Spring.
What is a grave blanket? A good question. Growing up, I never gave graves much thought. Since all the older relatives lived in Germany, there was no cause to visit any graves. Then my grandparents passed away....
Find out when and "How To" divide your Bearded Iris. Most other irises can stay in the same spot for ten years or more without needing division, but bearded irises will decline fairly quickly...
Fall may be a better time to plant perennials than spring. The cooler, rainier weather is more conducive to helping plants establish.
As the cool autumn season begins its descent, you may think that the gardening season is over until next summer. But not so fast… Fall is the perfect time of year for planting cool weather crops!
Behnke’s closed just over a year ago, and I took advantage of that to retire. So, I’ve been home a lot more than I used to be, but then again, so is nearly everyone else.
Wildflowers are one of Mother Nature’s loveliest gifts. American Meadows answers 15 FAQ on growing wildflowers. We hope these answers will help you grow an amazing wildflower garden.
We asked the NGB breeder members to answer the most often asked growing peppers questions we receive. We hope that these answers will bring a delicious pepper season to you.
A Victory Garden 2.0 wouldn’t be complete without a few tomato plants. NGB breeder members answer 15 of the most often asked growing tomatoes questions.
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...