Not that it’s bad or anything, but I’ve hit all these signs of garden addiction. What are your 10 Signs of Compulsive Gardening?
1. Buy a house based solely on the suitability of the yard for gardening.
2. Remove winter mulch on the first 60-degree day, even when you know there’s another 6 to 8 weeks before […]
My yard is full of orange-red, sticky, heavy, wet clay. I know I’m not alone. What to do?
The answer, actually, is easy:
Add lots and lots and LOTS of organic material such as compost.
I know. That’s not the answer I wanted, either. But it makes sense: The more oxygen and nutrients your soil contains, the […]
How can I get my wisteria to flower? Early spring is the perfect time to encourage new blooms, even if you have to wait one more year.
Most of us in the northern tier of states still have a couple of weeks left before we slip on our garden boots for good, never to return to a chair until next November.
So there’s still time to read some of the top-selling garden books at Amazon.com, where I’m seeing a real trend here. Let’s […]
Not enough space? Not enough time? Go to pot! Yes, I do mean you should plant your veggies and fruits in large containers.
Ruby & Emerald Duet Lettuce from Renee's Garden Seeds
I started what turned out to be a lively discussion with other horticulture geeks on LinkedIn about what edibles to grow in containers.
March 16th, 2009 | Tags: BHG.com, Cactus Jungle, Cathy Wilkinson Barash, container fruits, container vegetables, edibles, Hap Hollibaugh, Justin Hancock, LinkedIn, Renee's Garden Seeds, Ruby & Emerald Duet lettuce, Shirley Bovshow, Virginia Hodgson | Category: garden |
I realized this week (like I didn’t know it already?) that I know a lot of really cool, wonderful, knowledgeable people in the horticulture world. So, let’s dig in for this occasional feature I’m going to call “That One Thing, That One Plant.”
Today’s guest is Peggy Anne Montgomery, horticulturist for Bailey Nurseries.