Timing is everything, especially when it comes to gardening. If you plan your spring plantings around the average last frost date in your region, you’re sure to have an ideal garden season. We’ll help you with reminders about when to plant seeds indoors, and when it’s safe to plant seedlings outdoors, for the healthiest plants possible. Great gardens involve some luck, but you can increase your good luck by following our timing suggestions to optimize your harvest rewards. Watch for our spring updates based on your region on the “last frost dates” map to plan your best garden ever!
Archive for January 2012
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While winterizing your garden (well in advance of winter), you may want to consider planting perennials, shrubs and trees. If you have at least four weeks to the first frost date in your area, the moderate temperatures and adequate moisture of…
Owning a lawn sweeper may seem like a guilty pleasure, at least to the young whipper-snappers out there, but it is money well spent and simply priceless in terms of the wear and tear on your body and the time you save on those clean up chores around the yard. With few moveable parts and […]
Planting fall flower bulbs is an ideal gardening project for the novice and a never-ending source of joy for the more experienced. Planting is easy and pretty much goof-proof, with the outcome so predictable as to allow you to design flowerbeds that your …….
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. Fall is approaching and it’s time to get in an ‘autumn state of mind,’ when it comes to your yard.
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 ….