January 26, 2019

Are you feeling some spring fever?  Thinking about starting some seeds indoors to get a jump on this growing season?  There are many important tools for starting seeds indoors, including heat mats, humidity domes, and grow lights.  We are going to focus this week on th...

June 5, 2016

 Have you been using the same soil in your garden for a few years and are now noticing a decline in production?  Wanting to make your current soil more fertile?  How about saving money by reusing your soil from last year?  Delaney's is excited to offer you the Green Gr...

March 2, 2016

 Come join our propagation expert, Laura, for our FREE seed starting seminar, Saturday, March 26 at 10 AM.  This will be the first seminar in our 2016 seminar series.  All levels welcome, from beginner, experienced with questions to those who are just curious whether t...

July 27, 2015

Gardeners know that their gardening efforts will reap the most rewards with perennial plants. In nature, perennials flower and produce seed, and then that seed is dispersed usually in summer or fall, germinating either in the fall or the following spring. Below are fou...

July 9, 2015

It's hot, it's summer, you want to be out playing, but are you remembering to pay attention to your plants?  As spring passes, it becomes harder to give your plants the attention that they need to continue looking their best, but it is especially important now to give...

May 1, 2015

 

Did you know that all fertilizers are not created equal?  In fact, some of the most known fertilizers, such as Miracle Grow, are produced in China and very unreliable.  At Delaney's, we use Jack's Classic, which is made in the USA and of much higher quality.  Ever won...

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...

March 30, 2015

Edible Peas!

 

It's pea planting time! There are three types of edible peas, and Delaney’s has them all! Shelling Peas (Green Arrow, and Progress #9,) are grown for the fat, sweet peas that form in inedible pods. Snow Peas (Oregon Sugar Pod II conventional and organic) a...

March 4, 2015

Our Spring Seminar Series is going to begin next week, March 12.  Every Thursday through the Spring season, one of our professionals will host a seminar to help you in your garden.  We have some great topics lined up for this season, from DIY irrigation to starting a v...

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