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Love Using Jobes Fertilizer Spikes

January 25th, 2013

Hi, Attached are photos of my garden from several past years. The one thing they all have in common is Jobe’s Fertilizer Spikes. I am very happy with the results and will continue to use them. Ray R. GHS: Ray, we’re really glad you shared your photos with us.  Your raised garden beds are extremely […]

How to Grow Actaea Plants

January 20th, 2013

Here are some easy tips on how to grow Actaea plants: This native perennial plant likes average, medium moist soil. It grows best in full shade or brief morning sun. Actaea (ACK-tea-uh or ack-TEA-uh) needs to be kept cool and moist; it likes woods and stream banks. Common Name(s): Black Cohosh, Bugbane, Fairy Candles Propagation: Two […]

Pre-Order Your 2013 Perennial Plants Now!

January 15th, 2013

Dianthus and Sedum and EchinaceaOH MY! Upgrade Your Yard This Season Perennials are the foundation for your decorative landscape. Once planted, your perennial plants will bloom for 3 to 5 years in the Zones where they are hardy; and then, although the original plants may eventually fade, your perennial flower beds will continue to regenerate […]

How to Grow Agastache Plants

January 14th, 2013

Here are some easy tips on how to grow Agastache plants: This perennial plant likes a well-drained alkaline soil. It grows best in full sun. Planting in early fall gives the roots time to set up. Mulch with a loose layer of straw or leaf compost before hard frost to stop roots from heaving. Divide […]

Fresh Strawberries…Worth The Wait!

January 7th, 2013

 Worth the wait…   Patience is a virtue…   Good things come to those who wait…   These mottos fit many circumstances, but they're especially appropriate for the harvest from our Bare-Root Strawberry Plants. Shipped in the spring, at the end of April, planting our bare-root strawberry plants is the easy part. Just choose a […]

2013 Varieties of Annual Plants on Sale!

December 28th, 2012

Happy New Year! from Garden Harvest Supply To Do List: Return that ugly Christmas sweater Have a safe and enjoyable New Year celebration Make your New Year's Resolutionor not Take a deep cleansing breath, relax for a bit, and then…… Preorder your potted annual plants for spring delivery and Save 10%* For a shady corner […]

How to Grow Begonia Plants

December 27th, 2012

Here are some easy tips on how to grow Begonia plants. Begonias grow from fleshy stems called tubers. Fill a starter pot 3/4 full of loose potting soil. Place the tuber in the pot, with the hollow side pointing up. Cover lightly with 1 in. potting soil. Water well; do not let soil dry out. […]

How to Grow Bacopa Plants

December 18th, 2012

Here are some easy tips for how to grow Bacopa plants. This annual plant likes full sun to part shade and acid soil. To grow outdoors in the ground, plant at least 6 in. deep; space Bacopa about 16 in. apart. Mix some peat moss into the soil so ground stays moist. Put 3-4 inches […]

Thanks For Your Help With My Eagle Scout Project

December 17th, 2012

Dear Garden Harvest Supply, I am writing to thank you for your donation towards my Eagle Scout project. The project was completed in August and went extremely well. I could not have done it without your support and the support of numerous other businesses around the community. The project was targeted to improve a park […]

A Springtime to Remember in December

December 4th, 2012

It’s Time to Pre-Order Your 2013 Vegetable Plants  With the single largest inventory of vegetable plants available online, we often have to wonder how we manage to sell out but we do. It could be our fantastically low prices. It could be the superior quality of our vegetable plants. It could be our guarantee that […]