Our mission is 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.
Millions of people young and old, enjoy gardening. It’s educational, rewarding, and therapeutic. First, as the snow flies in January, we begin our gardening season with the creation of a plan for this year’s garden. After that, we sit by the fireside with laptop in hand, as we begin the search for seeds. Start your search today!
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We strive to provide the most in-depth how-to-grow guide sheets and gardening information. While it’s cold snowy outdoors, learn a few tips and techniques for growing better vegetables, flowers, herbs, organics, or a favorite heirloom. Our garden guides will help you to have the very best garden you can grow in 2022.
Composting is a home gardening activity that can and should be practiced all year long. For instance, it starts with making sure the Christmas tree is recycled and not sent to the dump. Winter composting includes diligently collecting kitchen scraps and putting them in your compost heap or composter. Second, look for other compostable discards that otherwise would go into the trash. You’ll be amazed at what you will find.
Were your houseplants forgotten during the holidays? If they were ignored, don’t feel guilty. Mine were, too. Many of us simply forgot to even water them! Give them a boost with some fertilizer, and a drink of water. You can enjoy house plants all winter long.
It’s the oldest and most recognized book in the world, for gardeners and farmers. Produced annually, this book is packed with weather forecasts, gardening information and tips, and much more. The Old Farmer’s Almanac makes for a great gift for fellow gardeners. Of course, you can purchase one on Amazon from our weblink below!
"Sow generously and you will reap generously."
There are many days to celebrate our gardening hobby. Among them:
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