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A wonderful supplier to deal with!

March 31st, 2008

Several years ago, I was fortunate to find Garden Harvest Supply’s website. I immediately ordered tomatoes and eggplants. Following, after placing my order, I had several emails back and forth to establish the delivery date. The company shipped to me earlier than they normally do to the Georgia area. The vegetable plants arrived as promised […]

Bright, colorful containers of wonderful flowers

March 28th, 2008

Spring is finally here! Time to start dreaming of bright, colorful containers of wonderful flowers. We have some of the best annual flowers for containers, but don't limit yourself to annuals. For a shady spot, combine a Heuchera perennial with Calibrachoa and some trailing Ipomoea and a nice spiky Dracaena for a great spotlight to […]

Video coming soon

March 22nd, 2008

Garden Harvest Supply is excited to announce the use of another great tool for you, our customers: ‘How-to' instructional videos. We will provide videos on topics including how to sow a seed, how to transplant plants, and how to use our many products, and we will also be taking requests from you. If there is […]

Need help with cucumber leaf curl problem

March 13th, 2008

I started cucumber seeds in little peat pots on my windowsill. My seeds germinated quickly but now the plants have leaves that are curling. All 3 plants are doing the same thing. Do you know what could be wrong? Thank you, Lynn in Tuscon Answer: Hi, Lynn, Seedlings will need some fertilization for best development. […]

Hey, folks! Here’s a report on how our order with you fared…

March 13th, 2008

The postal service has finally delivered all three boxes. It took 2 days for the small box, 3 days for one large box, and 5 days for the other large box. Overall, not impressive, but that isn’t your fault…The condition of the plants varied somewhat. The plants that did the best were in your large […]

Are herbs easy to grow?

March 10th, 2008

I use many herbs for cooking. In the grocery, they’re so expensive, and then I end up using some and throwing away the rest because they don’t stay fresh long. Everyone tells me they’re easy to grow. So, I’ve decided to buy some herb plants (like oregano, parsley and basil) and I wonder if you […]

Meet our Master Gardener

February 13th, 2008

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 […]

Breaking Ground

January 18th, 2008

January is the time of year when gardeners are reading seed catalogs and dreaming of warmer weather and getting ready to break the ground in their gardens. Here at Garden Harvest Supply we are also doing a bit of ground-breaking as we launch our first blog entry. We are looking forward to creating a purposeful […]