Seeds respond to water, available or unavailable light, and temperature. When starting seeds indoors, the environment is the container and soil you sow them in. Making good choices for soil and containers will help you grow a strong plant, able to live a healthy and productive life.
What’s the Difference? Recently, there has been more in the media about organic seeds and GMO free seeds. What is the difference between the two and what should you look for when purchasing your seeds? We hope to clear that up a little bit…
Hot, bold hues and diversified shades of foliage are all the rage. From Tangerine Tango, the new Pantone color of the year, to rich jewel tones galore, make this seasons’ garden space your own tropical paradise. Dramatic foliage plants such as Black Lace™ Elderberry or ‘Black Magic’ Colocasia help create that relaxed island feel. Plant […]
Pruning of trees and shrubs can help them stay within a certain size limit to fit the confines and aesthetics of a garden space. More importantly, pruning encourages fuller plants – thus more foliage for photosynthesis, more blooms to attract pollinators, more fruits for you and any creatures you share them with.
Late winter into early spring is when we crave fresh growth, a bit of color…some sign that spring is really returning!! Swelling buds on Pussy Willow and dainty Snowdrop blooms – which might be overlooked or scoffed at if amongst the lushness of summer plant life – bring excitement, praise and hope! These are soon followed […]