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Annuals Tour #1
Take a garden tour and see favorite annual plants in a garden setting. In this video- Zinnia, Angelonia, Marigold, Petunia, Celosia and Vinca. Watch Video
Burpee Concentrated Seed Starting Mix
Just add water and it quickly expands to an amazing 8 quarts of quality growing medium for seed starting and containers. Watch Video
Chef Ian Knauer Recipe - Green Beans with Greens
Chef Ian of the Farm Cooking School in Stockton New Jersey Prepares Green Beans with Green Goddness Herb Sauce.  Watch Video
Chef Ian Knauer Recipe - Fresh Summer Tomatoes with Pasta
 Chef Ian of the Farm Cooking School in Stockton New Jersey Prepares Fresh Summer Tomatoes with Pasta. Watch Video
All About Blueberries
Every home gardener can grow delicious blueberries. Watch how easy it is.  Watch Video
Growing Coneflowers
See how easy it is to grow colorful Echinacea, commonly called Coneflowers.  Watch Video
Container Vegetables - Cucumbers
Grow cucumbers in containers on your deck, porch or patio!  Watch Video
Container Vegetables - Bush Beans
Grow bush beans in containers on our deck, porch or patio!  Watch Video
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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • Many novice gardeners make the mistake of sowing long carrots in a heavy clay soil resulting in forked, malformed roots. The trick to growing carrots is selecting varieties best suited for your garden’s particular soil conditions. The long, slender carrots require a soil so deep, smooth, and friable that only a lucky few can grow them successfully year after year.

    Unless you’ve prepared a soil that’s light, loose, and free of all obstructions, select shorter varieties of carrots like ‘Nantes Half Long’, ‘Sweet Treat Hybrid’, ‘Sweet Sunshine’, and ‘Red Cored Chantenay’. If your soil is extremely heavy, try ‘Short ‘n Sweet’, which can grow in just about any soil. These are the best carrots for the patio garden as they can be planted in window boxes or any container at least six inches deep.