April 17, 2015

Peas are up so now is the time to enjoy pea shoots-a favorite early garden treat. Tender green tendrils may grab at the trellis to grow, but the shoots are edible and taste a lot like peas. Harvesting a few pea shoots won't harm the vines' growth, but actually encourag...

April 14, 2015

 

Ever feel like your fertilizer program is a little guess work and a little luck?  Well, this seminar is for you!  Join Certified Plant Professional Twila Delaney this Thursday at 5:30 for a talk on fertilizing techniques.  Through extensive soil testing, water and pla...

April 9, 2015

If it is not a sure sign that Spring is officially here, I don't know what is.  Our roses are in and we have the largest selection of roses in the valley!  Remeber, not all roses are created equal.  Our nursery manager hand picks each variety for what thrives in this a...

April 9, 2015

 

 

 Are you award how much we rely on pollinators?  Or that they are endangered?  The non-profit organization Pollinator Partnership is trying to raise awareness of this vital part of our ecosystem and conservation efforts.

 

Most plants depend on pollinators to...

April 1, 2015

 

On Thursday, April 2nd, Jason Delaney and Nate Buchmann will be doing a seminar on lawn and garden irrigation. Their seminar will cover the overview of a complete irrigation system. They will talk about the basics of irrigation systems, how you can maintain them, and...

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