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Growing Fresh Summer Corn
Eating fresh sweet corn is one of the greatest delights of summer. See how easy it is to grow your own. Watch Video
Garden Ready Grafted Tomato Plants
Grafting is a natural method that allows heirlooms the benefits of a hybrid while maintaining the true essence of the heirloom fruit. Read article
Tomatoes- Staking and Caging
Support your tomato plants for maximum growth and yields. Watch Video
"We, the Flowers. . ."
"So, humankind, please grow us, pick us and use us for your rituals of life. Ensure that your descendents celebrate their lives with our beauty and meaning." Read article
The Mint Family
All in the (Mint) Family Read article
The Aster Family
All in the (Aster) Family Read article
Organic Pest Control

Your heart falls right out of your chest. Holes, tiny or not so tiny, have been chewed in the leaves of your beloved and pampered plants. Tiny seedlings have been cut off at the base of the stem. Immediately, pictures of the probable culprits pop to mind. They are images of hinged-legged, creepy-crawlers and slimy worm-like menaces with oversized, plant chewing jaws. "It's on," you think. How COULD they?

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Planting ID Tags
See how easy it is to mark your rows and plants using actual seed packets. Watch Video
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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • "You started seeds early, tenderly cared for the seedlings, set them out into the garden, feverishly nurtured them, and now that the bounty of the harvest is beginning…you’re going on vacation! Don’t fret, share the bounty!
    Ask neighbors to harvest and enjoy your produce while you are away and to pull any weeds they might see. Everyone loves fresh fruits and vegetables and this is a great way to keep the garden fresh, clean and producing. It is also a great way to be a good neighbor. Leaving the garden untended for a prolonged period reduces production and is an open invitation to pests and disease."