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How to Grow Achillea Plants

December 3rd, 2012

Following are some tips for how to grow Achillea plants. Common Names: Milfoil, Yarrow, Thousand-Seal, Nosebleed Plant Description: This hardy perennial is easily identified by its spicy chrysanthemum-like smell, feathery grey-green leaves, and mustard-yellow flower heads. But it also comes in a dark, orange-red color. It stands 18 to 36 in. tall and spreads out […]

How To Overwinter Herbs

December 1st, 2012

Overwintering herbs is not difficult, and the benefits are very worthwhile! This article discusses which type of herb plants can be brought inside and provides the tips to keep them growing so you'll enjoy fresh …..

How to Grow Alternanthera Plants

November 29th, 2012

Here are some helpful hints on how to grow Alternanthera plants. Common Names: Calico Plant, Joseph’s Coat, Alligator Weed, Parrot Leaf, Joyweed Description: A tropical and tender perennial, the Calico Plant is treated as an annual and grown for its brightly colored leaves. They come in a wide range of showy shades: red, green, pink, […]

Shop Cyber Monday

November 26th, 2012

Avoid the Rush Avoid the Crush Shop With Us Online Save 15% on Everything in Our Store There is a whole lot to be said about shopping from the comfort of your computer, maybe with a beverage or snack, browsing at your leisure and saving fuel, all while staying within your budget. Say NO to Big […]

How to Grow Abutilon Plants

November 19th, 2012

Here are some easy tips for how to grow your abutilon plants: Given good light and proper care, abutilon rewards its keeper with a steady show of lovely hibiscus-like flowers, available in a wide range of dazzling colors. Does best with temperature between 65 and 75 degrees. Abutilon plants need bright light.  Water thoroughly and […]

Will This Keep My Plants Alive During The Winter?

November 15th, 2012

I have a metal frame left standing on my south deck which is 10′ X 10′. If I wrapped and covered this with thick plastic sheeting, would it keep my plants alive through the winter? Thank you, Cecile. Answer: Well, this will help protect some plants during your winter season, but you will need to […]

Garden Gifts for Him

November 13th, 2012

We know how hard it can be to find the perfect gift for that special guy in your life. If he loves his garden, you can never go wrong with a gift that will make his gardening more enjoyable or that will inspire him to try new things while making his favorite hobby easier. You […]

Time To Be Thankful

November 7th, 2012

This is the time of year when we all take moments to reflect on what we are thankful for. Here at Garden Harvest Supply, YOU, our valued customer, are high on our list. Yes, we all have families and we have myriad things to be thankful for, but you are the reason we all have […]

Preparing Your Fall Garden For Spring

November 5th, 2012

Don't Put Off What You Can Do Today Because Otherwise You'll Have to Do It in the Spring! With the cooler temperatures and crisp, clear air, fall garden chores just don't seem so much like chores. Just think of the…..

Organic Vegetable Seed Sale

October 25th, 2012

 It's Time to Plan Next Season's Vegetable Garden And SAVE 20% NOW! There is just something so satisfying about planting those vegetable seeds and watching them grow. Just think of the satisfaction you will get from watching them sprout and mature, and the resulting gratification from harvesting those homegrown vegetables and fruits for your family's […]