January is the time of year when gardeners are reading seed catalogs and dreaming of warmer weather… and getting ready to break the ground in their gardens. Here at Garden Harvest Supply we are also doing a bit of ground-breaking as we launch our first blog entry. We are looking forward to creating a purposeful blog that is worthy of your time—where our experts and Master Gardeners share their tips, and visitors can post questions, provide helpful suggestions, or offer insights about our products. We look forward to your comments, and we join you in the anticipation of the first signs of spring! Garden Harvest Supply
Archive for January 2008
More from the Blog:
Fall’s the Ideal Time to Fertilize Your Lawn and we’ll make it easy for you… Fall is the ideal time to inspect your lawn, to strengthen it before winter sets in, to correct any problems you prefer not to put off until spring, and to ascertain its need for feed. Summertime may have seen you […]
Fall-Planted Bulbs For Sale: We’ve got ’em! Customers have been asking us to carry flower bulbs, and we’ve been listening. Starting today, you can order flowering bulbs from Garden Harvest Supply. Unlike other bulb suppliers, there is no minimum order—you can…
One of the most beneficial rising stars in the world of cover crops is the radish. We aren’t talking about the garden variety, globe-shaped radishes; we’re talking about the open-pollinated, large-rooted, daikon-type radishes. These radishes have beneficial results extending into the spring planting ….
I just wanted to say thanks for everything! I planted the cilantro seeds and they are growing like crazy! The rosemary and the English thyme have overcome transplant shock and they, too, are growing like crazy! I want to thank you for the attention and service, and for getting me started on a great herb garden. […]
You will receive potted plants with well-established root systems You can harvest strawberries next spring and summer You will know your strawberries are chemical and pathogen-free ….
The story of the Monarch Butterfly, unfortunately, is turning out to be a sad one. Due to habitat loss and the widespread use of insecticides and herbicides, that orange and black butterfly that used to be literally everywhere, is now hard to find. Do you realize some children have never …..