Our Mission: To provide the finest quality home gardening tips, growing
information, trivia and garden resources, from seed starting to growing,
harvesting, storing and eating the flowers, fruits, herbs, and vegetables
of our gardening labor.
The Gardener's Network is the perfect place for you and your plants, the
perfect source for how to grow just about any garden plant!
It's almost time to start indoor transplants. This is an exciting
time. Winter may not be over, but we can get our hands back into some dirt,
as we give an indoor start to some of our favorites flowers and vegetables.
The 2017 Garden Seed Search is
on! Browse our seed catalog by the fireside, or surf online. We've got
you covered with over 500 varieties to choose from, at the lowest prices
anywhere..... online or in stores.
A Garden Encyclopedia We strive to provide the most in-depth how to
grow guide sheets and gardening information. While it's cold and snowy outdoors,
learn a few tips and techniques for growing better vegetables, flowers, herbs,
organics, or a favorite heirloom. Our fact sheets will help you to have the
best garden you can grow.
Greenhouse Dreamin' Every gardener dreams of a greenhouse in their
back yard. Winter is the perfect time to dream those dreams. Why settle with
just dreaming? There's a greenhouse for just about every budget.
Enjoy the lowest prices anywhere, for greenhouses and raised garden beds.
Gardening Tips for February
newest category offers you gardening tips each month. Grab a garden tip or
two for February. See February
Indoor Gardening Avid gardeners just can't keep their hands out of
the dirt. That's where houseplants offer fun and enjoyment, and sometimes
a challenge. Give them a boost with some fertilizer, and a little water.
Then, you can enjoy them all winter long.
Feed the Birds! Mid to late winter is tough on birds. Their natural
food sources continue to dwindle. Your backyard feeder is often vital to
their survival. If you do not have a bird feeder, what are you waiting for!?
Gardening and bird watching goes hand in hand.
Thought for the Day: The early bird might get the worm, but the second
mouse gets the cheese.
Arborvitae on a Deer's Winter
Menu - When food gets scarce, deer turn to Arborvitae, and Cypress shrubs
for survival. They are easily deterred, by long-lasting pest netting.
On the Light Side:
10 Signs You've Gone over the Garden's Edge- How avid a gardener
Holidays - A reason to celebrate!
Make your own rich, organic compost. Join organic gardening and "Go Green".
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