Flowers can help take a garden from good, to great. From nice, to amazing. From fab, to fab-u-lous! They add a visual component that fruits and vegetables just cannot achieve on their own. (Of course, they are still beautiful in their own way). When chosen correctly, many flowers can attract pollinators and other beneficial critters to the garden.



Sometime in late July, many of the vegetables planted in the spring have begun to run their course. Another gardening season has passed. There have been some ups, some downs, and lots of fun. But the fun doesn’t have to stop there! This is where Fall Gardening comes in! You get to try your hand at growing another round of goodies! Read More!


Organic Vegetable Gardening

So what is “organic” vegetable gardening anyway? The definition can be difficult to pin down.
In simple terms, it is an attempt to grow a garden that mimics a natural environment. Read More..


Tomato Gardening Tips


If you ask any experienced gardener, they will probably tell you that tomatoes are among the easiest things you can grow in your garden. Read More..

Easy DIY Potato Tower

Potato Tower

Seeing potato towers all over the internet, we decided we wanted to give it a go. Potato Towers are a good alternative to traditional potato growing methods, specifically for the space saving aspect of them. Read More..


6 Tips For Beginning Gardeners


Planning is one of the most important and possibly the most overlooked aspect of gardening. Proper planning could make for a much easier and more successful growing season. We have narrowed it down to 4 important things…Read More

What is Compost? The Dirt on Compost!


So what is compost? Well as it turns out adding compost into your garden is among the best things that you can do for the plants. There are many benefits to composting, not to mention how easy it really is. Read More..