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Growing Sweet Corn

April 18th, 2009

You’ve heard the expression “You can’t tell a book by its cover.” Well, you also can’t tell sweet corn by its color. That’s because the summertime favorite can be found with kernels that are white, yellow, or both. The sweetness comes from how quickly the corn converts sugars to starches. The slower the process, the […]

Soil Testing 101

April 15th, 2009

If you have problems getting plants to grow and perform as they should in spite of using plenty of fertilizer and lots of tender loving care, something may be wrong with your soil’s pH. You must know the pH of your soil before you know if the plant food you're using contains the right combination […]

WOLF-Garten Tools are Too Cool!

April 14th, 2009

Considering how much technology has changed the way we work inside our homes, it's a wonder that yard and garden tools haven't changed much in a century. That is, until now. WOLF-Garten has revolutionized outdoor toolsand the benefits are huge. These implements are interchangeable, and they're designed to meet every landscaper's and gardener's needs. Here's […]

Herbalicious, Why You Should Grow Your Own Herbs

April 3rd, 2009

Growing your own herb plants is good for your soul, as well as tempting your palate, easing your pocketbook, and beautifying your plantscapes. Fresh herbs are the best way to guarantee your standing as an excellent cook. They add flavor, color, texture and aroma to foods; there's rarely a dish that can't benefit from fresh-snipped […]

How To Use Garden Trellis Netting

March 27th, 2009

Once your garden plants have started sprawling, it's too late to think about supporting them. You need to plan your garden before you plant it. And, any experienced gardener knows that you can't overestimate the ability of vining and trailing plants to grow into every inch of space available to themwhether you intended for them […]

Hand Seeders

March 19th, 2009

Pouring seed out of a seed packet onto your freshly cultivated spring soil isn't the most efficient or effective way to start your garden. Using a cupped hand to hold seeds is just asking for problems. First of all, it's impossible to space the seeds at the recommended distances without the proper tools. And second, […]

The Perfect Microwave Popcorn

March 12th, 2009

If you work in an office or have ever walked into an office after someone has popped microwave popcorn in the break room, you know nothing will set off your taste buds quicker. There is something about that powerful aroma that is irresistible and will have you craving your own bag. Garden Harvest Supply sells […]

From Rubber Tires To Rubber Mulch

March 9th, 2009

Want to make your garden “Green?” Garden Harvest Supply is doing its part to help save the environment by offering rubber mulch mats made from recycled rubber tires. Not only do these mats keep rubber out of landfills, they keep you off your knees pulling up pesky weeds. Save the planet while you save your […]

Pleasing Planters For Every Purpose

March 6th, 2009

Whatever your particular planter needs, Garden Harvest Supply has just the planter for you. Whether you are growing flowers, or vegetables, need planters for patio, deck, or garden, GHS has a wonderful variety from which you can select. Do your plants tend to dry up and turn brittle or do your plants grow weak and […]

Be Supportive of Your Plants

March 4th, 2009

Without adequate support, tomato plants will topple over from their own weight. Tomato plants usually don't survive trailing along the ground, either: the leaves will rot, the bent stems won't nourish the growth, and the fruits will be consumed by animals and insects. Luckily, there are several very cool new ways to support these top-heavy, […]