Hi! My name is Karen and I'm a Master Gardener with a true passion for producing great plants. I'm excited to participate in this blog and I hope you'll find my input helpful to make your work in the yard and garden easier, more productive, and more FUN! If you love asparagus but have never considered planting it in your garden, give it a try this year. Garden Harvest Supply has three low-maintenance hybrid varieties with one sure to be ideal for your garden size and climate (and as you read about them, you'll also find available the ideal knife for cutting stalks when they're at peak ripeness). If you've never tasted asparagus straight from the garden, you have no idea what you're missing. It's sweet and tender and not anything like the commercially grown varieties. Garden Harvest Supply offers a huge variety of tomato plants and tomato growing accessories to suit every gardener, from beginner to veteran. Tomato plants are a staple for so many home gardeners because they are hearty producers and because, heywho doesn't love that fresh-picked sweet flavor? Anyone who's ever grown tomatoes knows how easy it is to achieve bliss! If I can help you get your garden planned or improved this year, please send your questions and comments my way at firstname.lastname@example.org. Spring is just around the corner~
Archive for February 2008
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The easiest way to avoid having to prune is to always plant your hydrangeas where they can grow au naturale and won’t need pruning, except to clean out dead stems or to deadhead the blossoms as they fade, both of which can be done at any time of the year.But, if you have established hydrangeas, the […]
Partially or fully shaded flower beds present a unique challenge for gardeners. When it comes to shade-loving, colorful annual plants, there are only a few to choose from. However, a little bit of imagination and a little bit of knowledge can combine to create …
The first thing you need for growing herbs in containers is a container. . .as long as it allows for drainage, any container will do! Now that you have your container, here are the 10 herb plants that are the top choices for container grown herbs.
Clematis are loved both for their ability to climb and for the lovely flowers they produce. All you need to enjoy the beauty of clematis is to provide them with a minimum of 6 hours of sun, well-drained soil, and proper support, such as a wall, fence, trellis, rocks, tall shrub or another vine. Once […]
We all know that certain foods taste delicious together, like basil and tomatoes. But did you know that basil and tomatoes grow well….
What’s not to love about ornamental grasses? These easy-to-grow plants bring multiple seasons of movement, sound and color to your gardens and containers. Their dramatic form provides a distinctive look and offers a good contrast for your other landscape plants. Not only are ornamental grasses very adaptable and low-maintenance, they also have very few pest […]