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Jan 9 2017
With a mission to bring organic solutions to homeowners, BioFlora® has taken the all-natural ingredients found in their agricultural products and made them available to home gardeners.
Lawn & Garden Article
Dec 7 2016
Communing with soil microbes is the order of the day. We know a fraction of what these tiny animals do to aid in plant growth. All plant growth, be it single cell algae or the mighty sequoias or saguaro cacti basking in the desert sun, relies on millions of microorganism for survival.
Lawn & Garden Article
Nov 17 2016
Home gardeners guide to valuable tips & tricks for lively barerooted plants.
Lawn & Garden Article
Nov 15 2016
Annual flowers need your attention when it comes to soil preparation. Choosing the correct fertilizer is the first step, learn more...
Lawn & Garden Article
Nov 15 2016
Proper fertilization of your shade trees is vital for their overall health. Think about it this way…
Lawn & Garden Article
Nov 15 2016
Tropical plant fertilization can vary, however, it will always need the proper nutrients to live up to its full potential.
Lawn & Garden Article
Nov 15 2016
Let’s consider two ideas for garden plant frost protection that are neither mechanical, nor traditional.
Lawn & Garden Article
Nov 15 2016
The word “evergreen” usually evokes images of evergreen types such as pine, fir, spruce, junipers, arborvitae, cedar, and the ever popular yew. Learn how to nourish your evergreen...
Lawn & Garden Article
Nov 9 2016
One rutabaga, two rutabaga, three rutabaga, four, please tell me I will not have to eat, one rutabaga more! As a cabbage/turnip cross and being nutritious and easy to grow and usually high yielding, I, for one, would need to be threatened with a jab in the eye with the dull end of a sharp stick, before eating a rutabaga or turnip. But, I digress.
Lawn & Garden Article
Nov 3 2016
As you peruse the airport gift shop, you become aware of tiny plaintive voices calling out, “Help me”, “Help me”! And, there they are, exotic cacti, boxed and waiting to be purchased and shipped to Uncle Fudd (I had one) in Maine or Aunt Etoile (I had one) in Kansas.