gardening

WHO KNEW? GARDENING IS A HEALTHY HABIT!

Weed, Baby, Weed! (Or Plant, for That Matter) Gardening is a healthy habit! It burns calories, it works your muscles, and it increases your harvest. And while it’s good to dig in the dirt, the aftereffects can be a pain. That’s why it’s important to condition your core, and position yourself correctly so the right

RANDOM THOUGHTS ON GARDENING

You probably know someone (maybe even yourself) who has said, “Gardening is too hard. There is so much to learn. I just know if I plant something, I’ll kill it.” Well, of course you will. Everyone who has ever gardened since Adam and Eve has killed a plant. This is called learning. It’s how we

ARE YOU MAKING THESE ROOKIE MISTAKES IN YOUR VEGETABLE GARDEN? Part I

Even the best vegetable gardeners can make rookie mistakes. Here are 4 no-no’s to avoid. Look for more mistakes in the next article.

6 Amazing Facts About Earthworms

Introduction A garden without earthworms is simply amiss! Earthworms help to aerate your soil, break down essential nutrients, and improve water retention. Earthworms can grow up to 14-18″ in length in North America and can live for up to 8 years, though 2-3 years is much more likely as they support a large variety of

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