Monthly Archives: March 2016

How To Dig & Divide Perennials

One rule of thumb for division is this:  perennials that flower between early spring and mid June are best divided in early fall.  Perennials that flower after mid June are best divided in the spring, giving them an entire season … Continue reading

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day – Have you planted your peas yet?

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Generations of gardeners have sown their peas on Saint Patrick’s Day. Some say its for luck – but the real reason is that peas are a cool season crop and more often than not, the timing … Continue reading

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Starting Seeds Indoors: Jump-Start Your Garden

  Starting seed indoors is easy and enjoyable. While everything may still be looking a little drab outside, you’ve got fresh herb, vegetable, or flower plants popping up on the windowsill. This is a great project to involve your kids … Continue reading

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