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Getting Your Garden Ready For Winter

Cleaning The Garden In Autumn – Fall cleanup can make spring gardening a treat instead of a chore. Garden clean up can also prevent pests, weed seeds and diseases from overwintering and causing problems when temperatures warm. Cleaning out the garden for winter also allows you to spend more time on the fun aspects of

Thinking of Starting A Compost Pile?

What is Compost? `   Composting is nature’s process of recycling decomposed organic materials into a rich soil known as compost. Anything that was once living will decompose, such as yard waste, plant trimmings, leaves, grass clippings, soil with microbes and wet kitchen scraps (but not fat and meat). Basically, backyard composting is an acceleration

To Mulch or Not to Mulch? And When?

What is Mulch and Why is it Important? Mulch can be anything that covers the soil. It ‘s purpose is to retain moisture and prevent weeds, and help maintain soil temperature. It can be applied at different times of the year depending on the purpose. Towards the beginning of the growing season mulches serve initially

Got Leaves? Make Compost!

Composting is a way of enriching your garden at little or no cost. What to Compost: food scraps, no meat or dairy. Leaves and yard waste no large branches or sticks. Add Ringer Compost Plus All Purpose Compost Maker. For faster results turn your compost every two weeks to aerate your pile and keep in

Now is the time to add compost to your garden beds!!

Bumper Crop – Organic soil builder Organic Soil Amendment super charged with Mycorrhizae Worm Castings Kelp Meal Dehydrated Poultry Manure Helpful Composting Hints Mix in a 1″ layer to your flower and shrub beds. Mix in a 2″ layer to your vegetable garden beds. You can also add a handful of compost into each hole