May 6, 2019

Garden Journals

Garden journals are a great way to keep an ongoing record of what’s happening in your garden throughout the year, and from one year to the […]
December 1, 2018

To-do List for the month of December

Prepare for Cold Weather Make sure your firewood supplies are stocked and be sure to sweep your chimneys before lighting the first fire of the season. […]
September 4, 2018

Storing Fruits and Vegetables

Whether you grow your own fruits and vegetables, or you take part in a local CSA program, it is important to know how to properly store […]
August 14, 2018

Dividing Perennials

Did your perennials underperform last year? Are they looking tired, dead in the center, and not producing bloom? Or are they too overcrowded? The answer to […]
August 2, 2018

How To: Drying Hydrangeas

Nearly everyone loves the colorful blooms of hydrangeas. Whether they’re the bright blue ‘Endless Summer’ variety or the creamy white-to-blush-pink of the ‘PeeGee’ variety, hydrangea flowers […]
July 11, 2018

Plant Spotlight – July

Stewartia pseudocamellia A beautiful, small to medium size deciduous tree, slow-growing to 15-30′ tall and 15’20’ wide. Individual white blooms with a yellow/orange center mid-June through […]
April 21, 2018

Make Cut Flowers Last Longer

Whether you receive a bouquet of roses from a special someone, or cut flowers fresh from your garden, you want them to stay fresh and beautiful […]