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Tomato Talk: Preventing Blossom End Rot

Tomato Talk: Preventing Blossom End Rot

Posted by Scott Sharkey on Apr 25th 2022

Every year we are asked about how to get rid of Blossom End Rot. This awful sounding name is describing the symptom of a calcium deficiency in many garden vegetables as they are forming frui … read more
Planting Easter Lillies

Planting Easter Lillies

Posted by Scott Sharkey on Apr 4th 2022

Did you go out and buy an Easter Lily this year? Or maybe you received one as a gift for Easter and wondering what to do with it once the holiday is over. You'll be happy to know that the Easter Lily … read more
Trimming Impatiens

Trimming Impatiens

Posted by Scott Sharkey on Mar 31st 2022

One of the best things that you can do for a healthy, thick display of impatiens is to give them a good cut right away. This can be for potted containers, baskets, hanging pouches, beds or planters. I … read more
The Importance of Good Soil

The Importance of Good Soil

Posted by Scott Sharkey on Mar 7th 2022

This may be the most important gardening article you will read.One of the most important keys to success in your garden is to use the right soil. Unfortunately there are a lot of bad choices read … read more
Moisture Control Soils - A Bad Gimmick

Moisture Control Soils - A Bad Gimmick

Posted by Scott Sharkey on Feb 26th 2022

I'm often asked about the moisture control soils that are readily available at every store in the spring and summer. If you know me, you know that I have a very strong opinion on using a high quality … read more
How to Start Vegetable Seeds at Home

How to Start Vegetable Seeds at Home

Posted by Scott Veriha on Jan 14th 2022

Gardens can be as big, or as small, as you can manage. Meaning that your garden should never be bigger than you have time to take care of it. A small, well taken care of, garden will out produce a … read more
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