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Planting and Caring for Garden Herbs

Cultivating herbs in a nature-based garden can be both enjoyable and beneficial. Here are 13 tips to help you plant and grow great herbs. By following these nature-based gardening practices, you can create a vibrant and productive herb garden that contributes to the health and biodiversity of your overall garden ecosystem.

Let’s Plant Some Peas!

Let’s Pop Some Pea Seeds into the Garden! Whether it rains or snows, pea plants are one of the stars of spring planting. Like other cool weather crops, peas can be planted in these March and April days of changing weather. Choose between lower bush varieties or the climbing types of peas (check the seed […]


As the winds whirl around the fallen leaves, it’s time to ready our gardens for winter. Before we embark on this task, let’s savor one last fresh autumnal feast: spinach, kale, and collards acquire a sweeter taste with a touch of frost. Additionally, you can continue to harvest root crops like beets, carrots, and parsnips during […]

March Garden Tips!

Now that the weather is starting to get warmer, this is a good time to revisit your garden and start getting your supplies and areas ready for your transplants! Make sure you have enough tools and gloves and clean up any fallen debris and garden messes you have been pushing off all winter! Eliminating hibernating […]

February Garden Tips

February’s tips come from our fabulous garden tech, Jake Torok. Get your supplies ready! Seed starting is just around the corner. Start looking at your seed packets and taking note of which ones need to be started in order to be able to be transplanted outside as soon as their tolerance allows! Peppers, thyme, and […]

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