Monthly Archives: January 2012
There are many gardening magazines available in the market. There are old stand-bys that we all know, but there are many garden magazines out there with great garden ideas and information that you may… Continue reading
Building a raised bed vegetable garden is similar to growing plants in containers but on a much larger scale. In a raised bed the plants are contained (useful when growing creeping varieties like mint and strawberries) while still allowing the roots to penetrate into the ground. Planting a raised bed garden not only gives your lawn… Continue reading
Have you been to the MN Landscape Arboretum? This informational video made by the arboretum walks you through the many different areas and gardens available for you to explore. They offer annual and perennial gardens, Japanese gardens, waterfall gardens, and many more. The arboretum is open 363 days a year, with trails for snowshoeing and skiing in the winter.
Some… Continue reading
Organic gardening has been growing in popularity over the past few years, especially with more consumers turning to gardening their own produce over purchasing them from the grocery store.
Organically grown produce, and even flowers, are more vibrantly colored, healthier and definitely more flavorful than those grown with chemical-based gardening aides.
If you are new to the… Continue reading