June in The Flower Garden

Even in the smallest garden there is plenty to do at this time of year. From transplanting seedlings you have raised in the greenhouse to cutting back early flowering plants to make way for colorful annuals. So before you put on your boots for a day in the garden, read this short reminder of some of the vital jobs to be doing in the flower garden during June.

Vegetable Gardening 101

If you’ve been inspired to try growing your own vegetable garden during the pandemic, here are three steps to follow to get your best harvest.

How to Prep Your Cottage or Cabin for The Season

Fun summer days are just around the corner. But before you can enjoy all the cottage or cabin has to offer, there are some essential tasks that need to be completed. Make the opening process as smooth as possible by checking these steps off the to-do list.

Plants for May

Summer is finally on its way and the garden is beginning to burst with colour. Here are just a few of the plants you might like to choose to make your garden really stand out this month.

Five Spring Fertilizing Tips

Whether you are fertilizing on your own or hiring a lawn care company, pay attention to these five tips for spring fertilizing.

Growing Organic Pumpkins

If you use floating row covers, you can transplant pumpkins to your garden a couple weeks before the last anticipated frost. Growing organic pumpkins is simple... learn how in this post.

Tulip Bulbs Problem – What to Do When Bulbs Sprout Indoors

Have you kept your tulip bulbs indoors and now find they are sprouting? What do you do with them? Will the bulbs actually bloom if you pot them? Read more to find out...

Spring Herbs – Uses for The First Plants of The Season

By March first, most of the U.S. is looking forward to Spring. Here are some of the first plants you can look to and what they do.

Get Your Garden Shed Ready for Spring

Tips on how to you get your garden shed Spring-ready.

Planting Bulbs for Springtime Flowers

Its time to start planning ahead for a dazzling showcase of spring flowers. Plant an assortment of spring blooming bulbs before the first frost such as Lily of the Valley, Daffodils, Tulips, Crocuses, Bearded Irises, and my favorite flower the Hyacinth.

Plant 100 Bulbs in 30 Minutes

Tim’s method is perfect for planting colorful spring beds that add landscape value to your property or for cut flowers.

Healing Power of Lavender

The relaxing, anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving properties of lavender make it ideal for easing both physical and mental menstrual woes.
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