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 on how to grow just about any plant!
The Sap is flowing ....! It's Maple syrup time up north. The sweet
sap is now flowing, and it's time to harvest and to savor the sweet juices
of the maple tree. All about Maple Syrup.
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.
Exciting Times! The annual seed search is well underway. It is indeed
an exciting time for gardeners. As the snow flies outside our windows, we
sit by the fireside and dream of beautiful flowers in full bloom, and a bountiful
garden filled with our favorite veggies. You may be surprised to learn that
gardeners begin their annual seed search on Christmas day, as online garden
stores see a big uptick on this day. As we progress through the month of
January, more and more gardeners seek out and buy their favorite seeds, along
with something new to experiment with, to test and expand our gardening skills.
So, what are you waiting for!? Start your search today.
Important Note on Your Seed Search...
Many of you begin your seed search every year right here from our
site. Some of you may have missed our big announcement in November. After
20 years in the business, we have closed our garden store. It has been a
great experience with many wonderful, long term customers. We now move on
to retirement, so we can spend more time with our favorite hobby....
gardening! And, we will continue to grow the depth and quality of
The Gardener's Network, and our other content sites.
Types of Seeds: The majority of us buy regular garden seeds.
But, there are also Heirloom seeds, Organics seeds, GMO or Non-GMO, and even
Survivor seeds. Should you care? Some of us do, some us us don't. Confused!?
Let us remove the confusion for you.
Indoor Plant Starts - Starting seeds indoors to transplant later,
is one of the early joys of gardening. Why let the garden stores have all
the fun, when you can start your own seedlings!? It's time to review the
basics of seed starting, and seedling care. As a rule of thumb, most indoor
planting starts should be planted six to eight weeks before the last frost
in your area.
Top Ten Gardening Tips for March
newest category offers you gardening tips each month. Grab a garden tip to
use this month. See March Garden
Organic gardening is healthy and growing. Perhaps one of the reasons
you grow your own herbs and vegetables is to produce healthier food for you
and your family. Even if you're not an organic gardening purist, there are
a lot of easy to use organic gardening tips to make the food you eat even
healthier for you!
Today's Deep Thought:
"Sow generously, and you will reap
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