Posts in the ‘Gardening’ Category

March Garden To-Do!

Thanks to our good friends over at the Purdue University Cooperative Extension Service we’ll be providing you with a monthly to-do list to make sure that you’ve got all of your pansies in a row when it comes to staying on top of all of your gardening needs! If you have any questions, please feel free

Spring Bulbs!

One of the greatest times of year for gardeners is when winter starts to slow down and temperatures start to get a little warmer and those little splashes of yellows and whites start to dress the roadside. The arrival of daffodils can only mean one thing: spring is nigh. Wild bulbs aside, if you’re a

Product Spotlight : Black Gold Organic Potting Soil

With the rise in organic gardening and it being the time of year to be starting your fall crops, we felt it was a good time to feature one of our organic potting soils: Black Gold Organic Potting Soil. Taken straight from their website, a little description: “Made from the finest ingredients and OMRI listed

Trees For Height Restrictions.

With more and more people buying houses in the city there is an upsurge in questions about smaller landscape trees. Trees that are on the smaller size, about 15′ and shorter, are ideal for accenting shrub and perennial choices with more levels, but not completely overshadowing them. Other trees that are between 15 and 25′

Monthly To-Do List: August

Typically in southern Indiana, August is home to the dog days of summer with sweltering heat and even drought-like conditions that can put a lot of stress on your garden(s) if you’re not keeping up with a regular watering schedule. At the same time, August also means that fall and winter are coming and that

Garden Friends and Foes – Part 2

Good morning and welcome to this weeks installment of Garden Friends and Foes! If you’ll remember, last time we talked about the flea beetle and the lady beetle. This week we’ll be discussing two insects that actually have a relationship to each other in the garden: the tomato hornworm (foe) and the braconid wasp (friend). Let’s

Garden Friends and Foes – Part I

We’ve all been there. You wake up, make yourself a cup of coffee and head down to your newly planted garden, excited and anxious to see how much it’s grown over the last 12 hours since the last time you visited. You walk up to your eggplant starts to see if they’ve started pushing out

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