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Spring Planting

Spring Planting

So Spring is here & you can't wait till the ground is thawed & you can get your hands in the dirt. Now what to plant? Consider some of these beauties to get your early season gardening fix going. Lilies Lilies are hardy, easy to grow & produce big,...

What is Edible Landscaping?

What is Edible Landscaping?

Edible Landscaping has been making a real resurgence in the last number of years, but what exactly does it all mean? Well it can be as simple or complex as you like, but it boils down to incorporating food producing plants into your residential or business landscapes....

Gardening in the Rain

Gardening in the Rain

So it's raining, but you want to be gardening. What to do now? It's a common problem this time of year for the eager East Coast gardener. But a well tended garden needs more than your blissful engagement on those sunny days! So let's talk about how you quash that...

What are the benefits of mulch?

What are the benefits of mulch?

Mulching is a long established practice in Landscaping design, but why exactly is that? Mulch instantly adds color and a manicured look to your landscape beds, along the foundation of your home, or around trees and shrubs. So it offers a certain aesthetic that many...

How to build good planters

How to build good planters

The basics of a good planter The thrill, the fill & the spill. This is the standard formula when we’re talking about planters. It's a helpful one even for an experienced grower, as it keeps you focused when you head into your local garden center. You can start...

What do you mean Vernalization?

What do you mean Vernalization?

Stratification, Vernalization, Cold Treatment, call it what you like, the premise remains the same. Much like a tulip or garlic bulb, certain seeds have evolved to require a cold period prior to germination for maximum production.  Now you could toss these types of...

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